This gel eyeliner is a GOD SEND. Sooo creamy and easy to work with plus is such an intense black that only makes the eyes standout even more. Plus a great investment, I have had mine since Oct 2011 and is still only half used and still creamy. Will last you a long time, if cap is secured after each use.
I love gel liner! Much more forgiving that liquid and a lot smoother than a pencil!
One of the best gel liners out there for me. It lasts all day on my super oily lids.
Very pigmented and is a nice consistency to work with.
Honestly, no complaints about this.
I only bought this gel liner once.I didnt like it.Its not even a really dark black(which I expect it) its a really soft black once you applied it.It dries up really quickly and irritates your eyes.Then it starts to crack up.Yikes! Im not buying this again.Im sticking to my wet n wild mega eyes gel cream liner. I think its much better despite the price but the eyeliner its really good.So yeah I wasnt satisfied with this product.
Best eyeliner ever, great consistency, super water/crease proof. and the price is pretty fair cmpared to other brands or eyeliner pencils.A small jar can run for a year at least.
Great gel eyeliner, but not necessarily better than any of the cheaper gel eyeliners I've bought. I'm yet to see something that sets it apart from the other ones, except it's price. Good product though.
The formula is great, it glides on really well and has good staying power. Very smooth. The only thing I noticed about this eyeliner is that it isn't as black as I would like it to be. It's not as dark black as other gel liners I've tried.
I tried this liner on a whim (like most things I purchase) and I was very happy. It stays on all day (longest I've worn it was 12+ hours) and does not smudge or move. At first I thought it was pricey, but then I realized that the little pot lasts twice as long as one Revlon or Maybelline eyeliner (MAC Fluidline Eye-liner $15, drugstore Eye-Liner ~$8-9) so the price is no longer an issue. Now I'm going to try the other colors.
I'd been using one of MACs liquid liner pens on and off for the past year or so...not completely satisfied with it but not really knowing why. At my friends house I tried this liner and found out why. The brush lets you be so much more in control then a pen does and it also lets you play with the thickness of the line more! I may be the only one, but I just love applying my eyeliner with a brush! It makes me feel so feminine :) This does stay on through out the day and I love the little pot it comes in. I do recommend washing your brush after every use though (I just do it with water...not so inconvenient) because you'll have a pretty grungy make up case if you don't.
Blacktrack is amazing for the first couple months... it's creamy, smooth, applies with ease, and is deeply pigmented, and then a sad sad day comes -- the day you try to put on your eyeliner and then it flakes into your eye, becomes impossible to work with, and looks like total crap. The key to success is just accepting that this day will come and just get a new one when it does. Mine usually lasts about 6 months. I read that if you scoop out a little bit and put it into a sample container and just use that one you can extend the life of the gel liner... It dries out because of the air exposure everytime you open it, so that makes pretty good sense. I prefer the sonia kashuk bent liner brush or the MAC 210. Awesome product -- while it lasts :)
EDIT: I couldn't live with throwing away so much product, so I took a q-tip and scraped off the top layer -- a pretty thick one -- and under it was nice, creamy liner. So try this before you buy a new one.