this eyeliner is AMAZING. i used to to Bobbi Brown cream liner, but i found : it was too expensive, it would dry fairly quickly, and it was hard to apply with precision using any sort of brush (that just might be me failing, though). this liner is smooth, REALLY easy to handle, and had great precision. i can finally do all this winged liner that i wasn't able to do with BB. plus, it's RIDICULOUSLY affordable. the only downside is that smudges just a tad over time. but just a tad =)
This is a very good liquid eyeliner. It goes on very easily and has a thin applicator which I enjoy. The product dries relatively quickly which I need in the morning. I have this in dark brown, I believe, and I want to get the black for sure along with all the other colors.
I have WnW Mega Liquid Eyeliner in four shades Black, Dark Brown, Brown and Plum. What can I say about these except they are stunning. The colors are rich and vibrant. I adore the applicator tip is a bonus for me, it's like a very precise nail polish wand. It smudges a teensy bit in the inner corner of my eyes but then I have super oily Asian eyelids. I will buy this again and again.
This is one of the best liners that I have every tried... It stays put and the color black is the darkest black that I have ever tried. The application is easy with the very nice brush that accompanies this jewel. In comparison with MAC gel liner, this lasts longer; the color is more vivid; and it is easier to apply. Last but not least, the price makes this an affordable staple for me-
I have this in black, and blue. And let me tell you the black is SO BLACK. I previously used almay and that stuff looked grey compared to this. I love the brush and it allows you to vary thickness, I always do a cat eye with this and it works great
After it dries, this eyeliner stays put and lasts me all day. But it's not waterproof so it's easy to fix mistakes with a damp q-tip. Great eyeliner and a great value!
This is such a wonderful liquid liner! I love how thin the applicator is so it's great for precision. It also has great staying power. It's not waterproof so don't get it near water or sweat. But as long as you face is nice and dry it stays nice and vibrant throughout the day. I war it for 10 hours straight and it didn't even smudge. And you definitely can't get a better deal for the price. It's only$4!
I've really flipped on this product. I didn't like it at first because I thought the brush was too flimsy and that it smudged like crazy. But now that I've gotten better at using the thin brush I don't know if I'll ever use another liner. The very thin brush, which can be difficult to control, can make the thinnest line possible. This is a great, subtle way to include liquid liner into everyday routine; when applied carefully it can make thinner lines than the sharpest pencil liner, and I'm a big fan of that. I get a lot of compliments and questions as to how I get my eyeliner so thin and precise, and I when I tell them I use a Wet n Wild liner they really can't believe me. I have this one in black and the color is the richest black I've ever gotten from a liquid liner, even more pigmented than the Revlon Blackest Black liquid liner, which used to be my favorite. All it takes is one sweep to get the black that would take a two or three layers with other liners.
The smudge factor came about because I would miss and always get eyeliner on my eyelashes, and when that happens you will get raccoon eyes in about 10 min or so. But now that I've gotten better at using the brush and avoid getting liquid eyeliner on my eyelashes, this lasts from all day and can last through anything short of a jump in the pool. I would suggest using a felt tip liquid eyeliner if you want a thicker line, or you'll have to layer a bit. But this is great for a more natural look, and I love that effect when your eyes are closed and the liner is undetectable, but when you open them it's kind of like 'bam!' I don't know how to explain that too well, but this is the only liner I'll use everyday and even if this was at an HE price, I would still spend more to buy it. But I'll keep that quiet, I don't want WnW getting any ideas...
I did a swatch of my 3 black WnW eyeliners on the back of my hand: this liquid liner, WnW creme liner, and WnW H2O pencil liner. A few minutes after application (3 minutes, maybe), I patted each, and the creme liner and liquid liner were only moderately dry. An hour later, I washed my hand with water. This one melted off first (it really did "melt" off), followed by the creme and then the pencil. It makes a nice line (bold, very black), but I don't like how it can't withstand even a drop of water. I know this isn't waterproof, but it would be nice to have a little more staying power.
O/T: The creme liner showed up as a gentle black (but definitely black) and the H2O liner showed up as gray.
very watery and sensitive with oily lids.
a prime example of YMMV... for me the formula was nothing special. it did not spread thickly (leaving a few sheer spots that I had to go over again). It tingled a bit, but nothing that needed the eyeliner to be washed off immediately. It didn't do so well vs. my very very oily lids and smudged almost immediately. it seemed to not dry at all.
the brush came all jacked up. part of the bristles were all curled up at a 110º angle and I couldn't seem to fix it. it's a flimsier brush that can create a thick or thin line (with a little practice). this style brush just isn't for me as I prefer stiffer brushes..
however, the price is excellent and I see no reason for someone on the e/l hunt to check this out. I am clearly in the minority of the "dislikes" :)