I really like the staying power and color of this liner. The brush is easy to apply with and I can make as thin or bold of a line that I want. Love this :) will be repurchasing!
I bought this liner because I heard so many great things about it from many reliable sources. I was worried I wouldn't be able to find it because I heard it was getting harder to find, but I had no problem finding it at my local Walgreens for half off.
My first impression was that it didn't glide as easy as I expected it to, but the color was rich and black and when I worked with it the result was very nice. I got used to the felt tip and it became easier to apply even in a hurry. The only gripe I have about this is the longevity of the wear. It becomes clumpy looking over time as though it is about to flake off in chunks, although it has not flaked on me yet. I think it may depend on what you wear underneath that affects how this looks. It seems to wear better without shadow just a over a MAC paint pot. I'm still searching for the perfect liquid liner but this is something I will use in the meantime. I really like Maybelline Ultra Liner and Maybelline gel eyeliner (the one in a pot) used with an angled eyeliner brush. This would be better if the black stayed as intense as it is after application and if it didn't look dry and clumpy.
I like the packaging, and I know it's basically the same as the Lancome Artliner version. Liquid liner tends to have a shine or a sheen once dry, and this does that. If you want ultra carbon black without a sheen, then you have to use a gel or cream liner. Gels preferably. Inglot and Make Up For Ever make the best, but MAC and Bobbi Brown are more affordable. I've tried just about every liquid liner in the drugstore. Revlon Colorstay has the classic pot/pen form with an extra firm tip, but this one has a long and thin sponge-like tip which bends to your eye. Keep a very light touch with it and you'll get the line you want. It is carbon black, but it also tends to flake more than any liner I've used. The pigment also fades and you can literally rub this off with your finger and some water. It's nowhere near waterproof. I've barely used it because of that reason. If they have come up with a waterproof version then it would be a great liner. Right now it's just average.
I just bought this product b/c everyone was raving about it online but i was really disappointed. I picked it up at Walgreens for around $8.. (should of gotten it at Walmart for 7 -___-) anyways i really didn't like the felt tip... it was too wobbly and controlling it wasn't easy at all... i guess i could of just snipped the end to get it to my preference... but for 8 bucks i was hoping i wouldn't have to fix it on my own.. it really wasn't a one time application either i'd have to fiddle with the pen for the tip to get some more liquid and then glide it on again.... it went on smooth but didn't last that well... i noticed that i'd flake by the end of the day... which is pretty fail... i dunno what's worse... raccoon eyes or speckled streaky ones... all in all i would not buy this product again... :/... very disappointed...
Fantastic liquid liner that doesnt flake or smear. Really easy to apply and great quality, especially for the price. Im super picky with cosmetics and have tried tons of different products for personal and professional use. This liner is part of my everyday beauty products. I probably have been using it for about 7 years. It lasts a really long time I use it everyday and only buy it about once every 6 months.
This product is... okay. I liked it but it doesn't last as long as other eyeliners I have used. I used the product up but I would not repurchase.
I have a feeling they re-formulated this product. When I first began collecting makeup this was the first liner i bought, I loved it do much I purchased it again, but honestly I no longer see the amazingness in this product. It may be because I've tried different liners but I'm pretty sure this used to stay on my lids all day, but not anymore. When I wear this I put a pencil liner underneath, but ends of smearing. I don't recomend this product. The only pro is the easiness of applying the product and intensity of the black.
I LOVE this.
I don't know about other people, but this doesn't fade for me. Lasts all day for me; I even played a few volleyball games and ran 3.2 kilometres and it didn't go anywhere!
I'm on my second packaging of this and it is just amazing. Really easy to hold, easy to put on and really easy to wash off when you need to.
Also pretty cheap compared to other ones so that's a big plus.
Liquid e/l is my fave for its intensity. One of my fave YouTube MA adores this so I thought why not?
Price: ~$10 CDN
Pkg: thin felt tip applicator
Colour: matte black
I love that the felt tip is fine and draws super-thin line.
I have very oily lids and this holds up all day. But smudges a bit on lower lash liner after a few hrs
So yeah, I'd rec this to anyone<3
Btw it's pronounced lean-uhr en-tense cuz c'est francais. It just irks me when people say it wrong on YouTube
Lolz. So I've worn this for a week now and it's absolute BEST! This wears beautifully w/o smudging, flaking, or fading. Seriously, u can nap w/this on and it still looks the same
I have a love/hate relationship with that product. I love the felt tip. It's so smooth and malleable, you can trace perfectly with it. This was also my first liquid eyeliner and even though I was a beginner, my lines were still perfect. I also love that it's a longer pointier felt tip than most eyeliners, so you cant really get some liner wherever you want.
So the love stops here... I don't like the color of this product. It's really a shimmery black and I prefer matte eyeliners. Also it's reaaaally flaky. Crazy flaky. I had to put eyeliner several times (4-5x) a day just to make sure the line didn't disappear or looked like I hadn't removed my makeup from the day before. I tend to have a lot of flaking problems with drugstore mascaras or eyeliners, so I guess I'm going to have to stick to the higher end stuff. If you have a problem with flaking with cheaper products as well, you're probably not going to like this eyeliner. Also, I did use it with an eye primer base (tried two different brands just to make sure).
My verdict? If you're a beginner and you're scared of the whole application process with liquid eyeliners I would definitely recommend this one for practice. It's cheap (7.99$CAD on sale) and it gives ok results. If you're prone to flaking or are looking for a really matte look, don't bother buying.