I love this eyeliner. I'd never used liquid liner before--at least not properly--but now I'm in love. I mostly have monolids, so to make sure I don't smudge it the way I used to, I let it dry first.
It lasts all day, although I do prime with too-faced shadow insurance beforehand. I tend to use thin lines, but if I feel like it, I can just as easily make them thick. It's also easy to wipe off with olive oil at the end of the day :)
Simple and fast and lovely! Doesn't hurt to try it.
I've used this liner for years, I was always come back to it. The felt tip applicator is easy to use, especially for cat-eye looks. Its easy to layer for that deep, intense black liner look. To avoid flaking I set it with a black eyeshadow on top.
Eh....I'd probably love it if I weren't looking for a cruelty free liquid liner. I like the formula...it's tough to get it to look super black, I usually have to trace over it a couple times.
This is generally the eyeliner I use the most, even though it's not perfect. The packaging is very nice, whether you get the black tube with gold lettering or the solid gold tube. The felt-tip applicator is also nice, and you can use it to create very precise lines. Although I sometimes use other liners, if I ever need to do intricate eyeliner work this is the liner I use.
It goes on smoothly most of the time, although I've gotten individual tubes where the applicator seemed a little more rough. The product itself is a great consistency and is very pigmented, especially the Carbon Black. The lasting power is on par with most liquid liners; It'll stay put throughout the day (even in the Florida humidity) as long as you don't get wet. Getting wet makes it into a flaky mess, so this isn't something to wear to a water park or anything like that. It also tends to get flaky after too many hours. If I apply it first thing in the morning, it will have started to flake by late night. That's not usually a problem but it is noteworthy.
All in all the liner is very easy to use and looks good once applied. I'm deducting one lippy just because it seems that some individual packages come with rough applicators or more runny product than others, but generally it's well worth the price and can be counted on to create very precise lines.
I had to review this product because I need to reveal this product for what it truly is! A total waste of money. I REALLY wanted to like this product. I heard that the applicator was so easy to work with and allowed you to create thick and thin lines with no effort. Even watching people use it on youtube made me want to purchase it. I finally decided to buy this product and I am utterly disappointed! My main problem with this eyeliner is the lasting power. It flakes SO badly! Aren't liquid liners supposed to be long lasting? They are supposed to have a stronger pigmentation than gel/creme/pencil liners and not budge throughout the day! That is the benefit of working with liquid eyeliners. This product is a total fail! The pigmentation is horrible. It isn't nearly as black as a liquid eyeliner should be. It kind of has the same pigmentation as one layer of the MAC fluidline in blacktrack. But at least with the fluidline you can darken it up with another layer. If you try to put on another layer with lineur intense, it starts to get gritty and it isn't a smooth application anymore. There's all these little black chunks on your eyeliner! My standards were set high by the Revlon Colorstay liquid eyeliner. GREAT pigmentation and formulation; however, I just wish they had the applicator of the lineur intense.
this product is amazing .
the eyeliner i got was in brown .
the packaging just completely caught my eye .
it came in a long gold tube that looks like it cost more than it actually is. when i first opened the tube, i saw that it had small golden flecks of glitter.
im usually a big fan of glitter liquid eyeliner becuase it really makes any eyecolor pop and just adds a great party look or any day out.
the brush glides on my eye like velvet. im very clumsy with making a straight line and i usually have to fix it but with this brush, it really just went over with no problem.
the only bad thing about this product is that it takes more than a normal amount of time to dry and if you dont wait long enough for it to dry, it may just come right offf.
other than that, the product is amazing <3
i would definatly recommend to my freinds ! continued >>
I've used the Loreal Lineur Intense liquid eyeliner with the brush tip for years. It was the only liner that lasted on my oily lids and didn't end up looking smudged and me looking like a raccoon. Recently though I thought I had an infection on my eyelids since I started getting red and swollen at the lash line and the skin on my lids started peeling and cracked in a couple spots. After a prescription from the md for antiobiotics, I used the medicine for a week 'til the skin on my lids healed and then tried my liner once again. I started getting the same bad reaction at the base of my lids, so I knew it was my eyeliner. I cannot understand why suddenly I developed a reaction to a product that I've used for years and years without a problem. All I can come up with is that the formula must've been changed, and after researching a bit online, I've found I'm not the only person who has had this problem. Which really upsets me because I don't use any other makeup on my eyes but liquid liner because of my excessively oily lids. Now I have to switch to something else, and I hate to think I have to go through the process of trial and error to find another product that works with my skin type. Very upsetting.
This is my go-to eyeliner. It's been my absolute favorite for years now. The felt aplicator is so easy to use and this product lasts all day. I prefer the felt aplicator to the brush one that L'Oreal has because you have more control of the application.
I don't get it! This product has such mixed reviews! My applicator is felt-tip and color is black. I seriously cannot use this, and I don't understand how anyone else can. I read the negative reviews and they say exactly what I experience with this product. Can't help but to wonder if we all just got a bad batch? The felt tip is rigid, skippy/draggy, awkward, the formula is runny and pigment is thin. I try to go over a second time to deposit color/complete the dotted line it draws, but the stiffness of the applicator scratches off my first layer! And then I can peel it off with my finger! I just don't know how to make this work. Sure, with that applicator, you can make some really precise lines, but you could also do that with a toothpick. The felt tip does not make application easy in this case. I know how to use liquid e/l, no matter what kind of applicator it is. But I can't use this for the life of me, and am surprised it is supposed to be so user-friendly to beginners.
I own the felt tip pen variety of this product in Black and Earthen Rock Brown. I absolutely love this product. It's my first experience with liquid liner (I'm not too good with brush liners) and I like it because its easy to use and all it takes is a basic steady hand to create a nice cat-eye. Does fade a bit after a few hrs but that's alright, it holds up through the day and at night for when I need it. Lasts a decent amount of time and its reasonably priced with frequent bogof sales and coupons. Would definitely buy again and again!