This eyeliner really stays put. You have to use some type of oil based product to even try to get this off your eyes. It really does not come off. But it is reallly hard to apply the brush is so flimsy, i have to put my brush in the tube to get the product and use the brush to apply the product on my eyes. I would probably not buy again.
I really like this liner because it stays on forever. But it lasts almost to a fault because when you try and wash it off, you have to really scrub it and all the scrubbing made the corners of my eyes really dry and painful. Also the formula is pretty thick and it builds up on the brush and around the opening of the tube, which makes it hard to get the right amount on the brush. Overall, the long lasting formula trumps all and i would probably buy it again for that.
this one definetely lives up to its name.it "really" lasts.i used to draw my eyebrows during last summer holiday.swimming,diving,sea,pools,shower,terribly hot weather...it still stays on perfectly.however the product is too thick and requires some professionality in eyeliner using couse once you make a false move,it will ruin your entire eye make up.if you are looking for the meaning of lasting,go for it
This is longest lasting waterproof liquid liner, does not budge on my oily lids. Brush is flimsy and has runny formula so be careful when applying but love that it's super intense black and dries fast.
Like everyone else mentioned in their reviews, the lasting power of this is phenomenal but the brush is horrendous. The formula is fantastic seeing as that my oily lids don't do a thing to it but once again the brush...it's so flimsy and it tends to run through my lashes, which leads to a ton of clumping. And no matter how much I try to brush it out, it just won't come off my lashes.
My perfect, perfect, perfect eyeliner would consist of this formula with L'oreal's Lineur Intense applicator.
My dream come true. Finally a liner that makes me look perfect all day. It does not come off even on the corners, which have been a problem with everything else. I must admit that controlling the brush was a bit of a challenge at first but I did learn it quite a quickly and you could easily buy your own brush too. In some mornings I use another brush if I cant afford to mess up, but honestly you get a pretty neat thin line with the brush thats built in to product too. I know I am looking darn good when people ask me what eye liner I am using and where they can get it. I think this is really a product thats truly HG because anything I have ever used before comes even close. You need a waterproof oil based remover. I use the cheap Garnier bi-phase one and I have had no problems getting it off. I do not really understand the complains people have it is so hard to get off. It comes off easily with any oily makeup remover. EDIT: I have had this one 4 months now and I found out I am gonna need to toss this now because it does not go on as smoothly anymore and it skips too much. I just dont get that glamorous look anymore. I think I am not going to purchase this but MAC gel liner in blitz & Glitz for softer look.
This is the longest lasting eyeliner I have ever used. I have really oily skin and eye make up tends to crease, but not a chance with this stuff. I use gel eyeliner on an everyday basis, but this is awesome for special occasions where crying or sweating might be an issue. I don't love the brush and if you keep it too long, the formula will get sticky. You really have to practice putting this stuff on, because if you mess up, you're going to need a really strong eye make up remover to get it off.
I have been on the search for a good liquid liner for awhile and gave this a try. I'm a seasoned pro at applying liquid liner but this was a little tricky, its thick and sticky, it clumped into my eyelashes which I just dabbed off with my fingers. After washing my hands 5 times it finally came off, but if you smudge or mess it up when applying it on your eyelid, forget about easily fixing it. I will give it this, if you get it on right, it will stay of FOREVER, you can wash all your makeup off and this will still be there. I had to use an eyemakeup remover 3 times to get this off adn my eyes were red and irritated afterward. I think i'd only use it again for special occations where I know I'd need it to last all day and night. Or maybe when swimming, haha.
I bought this product after hearing rave reviews about it's staying power. I've had trouble with other black eyeliners because of my asian monolids, with most fading to grey or ending up under my eye in a few hours. However liquidlast stayed put for hours and did not fade at all. Although I like the staying power, it was really annoying when it smudged onto my contact lenses- after it got onto my lenses I had to throw them away as the liner is so waterproof that it was impossible to get off. This product takes ages to dry and a thin neatly drawn line turns into a thick black mess when I blink. Another problem is that it tends to start cracking after more than a few hours. I suggest patting a black eyeshadow like Mac Carbon on top and/or using an eye primer.
The brush is absolute crap, it is impossible to create the perfect line because the bristles are not tapered and extremely short.
After a couple months of using this, the liquid dried out and became too thick to use. Definitely not worth the NZ$40 I spent on it as it could only be used a few times.
Overall, I would recommend this to people who are experts with liquid eyeliner and do not have monolids or wear contacts. I would suggest this for a night out, not for everyday use.
Tip: I found it quite difficult to get off, and ended up rubbing my eyes raw with my regular makeup remover but I found soaking a cotton ball with baby oil before cleansing gets it off easily.
This product has two plus points. One is that it is VERY resilient, making it great for swimming and sports. The second is that it's a highly pigmented, very deep black.
But it's just too much of a pain for every day use. The product is very, very thick and gloopy, and the brush is really thin and flimsy...a combination that makes it a total b1tch to apply. It's hard to avoid getting jagged edges when drawing a line.
Removing it is a bit of a faff, as you need something oil-based - this stuff will not come off with water or normal makeup remover wipes. Baby oil will do the trick, but I don't really like adding an extra step to my cleansing routine, or putting oil on my eyes.
So it's a pain to put on and a pain to take off, which means that, apart from the odd occasion where I need my makeup to be waterproof, I'll be using my Urban Decay eyeliner instead.