I LOVE this liner. Reviewers are correct, colors other than black are not very pigmented, I have the brown-black and it is really a thin brown. But the black is excellent for tightlining. (I don't mean rimming inside the lashline, by tightlining I mean dotting/dashing right at the base, between the lashes.) Perfect for this, and yes it is matte, but I want my tightline to look like thicker darker lashes, not like "EYELINER". If you dot and dash this right at the base, it looks very natural and it stays in place all day. Just doesn't smear like every other pencil liner. More convenient than cake or gel eyeliner that needs to be applied with a brush, much more natural and longwearing than pencils. A steal at 8 bucks. Now I'm afraid they'll discontinue it, like they did with the superb Colorstay 3 day lash tine, which really did color your lashes for 3 days, I'd stock up, but I am afraid the felt tip liners will dry out. Please keep making this Revlon, for those of use who want a natural looking liner that stays in place.
BTW, I like ELF's felt tip, but like Pixie's it dried out in a couple of days, because the cap would not stay on. The Revlon clicks shut in a clear, satisfying way, so I'm pretty sure this one will last.
Don't really understand the negative reviews, perhaps the other reviewers were unhappy with other colors, or were applying in a different way. Just perfect for true tightlining. For that, and if you can use a soft black, literally HG.
This is an okay eyeliner. I like the packaging because it looks like a pen. This eyeliner doesn't smudge. It dries fast. It's easy to put on this eyeliner because it is in a pen form. When I put this over eyeshadow, some of the eyeshadow gets on the liquid eye pen. This eyeliner stays on eyes for a long time, but the color gets lighter after many hours. It doesn't irritate eyes. It is quite matte, doesn't seem much liquidy. This doesn't get the eyes lined the way I want it to. I can't make a thin line in my eyes with this one because the tip of this eyeliner is not small but a medium sized tip. When I wear this it doesn't look like I am wearing liquid eyeliner.
Bought this liner at CVS with a bonus navy Colorstay eyeliner pencil, I think it was $6 bucks for both!! Great deal...NOT. I should have stuck with MILANI ...this stuff came out well enough, but like other reviewers i found it bleeding all over my eyelid and difficult to correct without removing all eye makeup and starting over. Also, it sis not STAY..it smeared and even somehow ended up under my eyes. Will not purchase again. Revlon needs to rethink their entire cosmetics line..The only product i find still worth purchasing is lipstick.
This is amazingly easy to apply. The whole pen idea is very bright, but this will fade on your skin as easy as a Magic Marker would. I still use, just because of how smoothly it applies, but it isn't very trustworthy. The color will fade from black to gray in an hour and it probably isn't good to use in the summer when it's humid and you sweat. Still indecisive whether I will repurchase or not.
I had the elf pen but it dried up in a week. I loved the pen aspect of it, so I went looking for a better quality one. This didn't disappoint. It's insanely easy to apply and wears well. It does tend to smudge a bit toward the end of the day, but I haven't found an eyeliner yet that doesn't. I've also had it for over a month and it shows no signs of drying out yet......
Ok, I'm late to try the felt tip eyeliner...But, I actually like this product. I got brown & black colors. I usually use pencil liner, but decided to try liquid felt tip on upper lids. I like how it doesn't set quick & you can wipe & correct. It washed off easily, not irritating to my eyes with contacts in. continued >>
When I first got this, I could not for the life of me get the stuff to come out. I had so much trouble getting it to line my water line. It was pretty good on my lid, but considering I rarely wear eyeliner up there, this product really is a waste to me.
I have oily eyelids, and every single "waterproof/smudgeproof" liner I've tried transfers onto my lower lid within 2 hours, so frustrating. This one works pretty well for me in that regard: no transfer, though it is weakly pigmented as everyone says. It slides my lashline after 6-8 hours; fortunately that just creates a nice thin tightline, which I like. I also find that the pen tip allows a lot of control with minimal skipping. I can place neat little dots within my lash line, which I can't with other products. It gets a lot of points with me just for not transferring so I will continue to use for daytime; just wish it had more pigment!
I bought this eyeliner pen on a whim at Rite Aid because I wanted to try out the new felt tip pen style, but when I got home to try it out I was super disappointed to find that the color did not stay as Revlon's name says it does. The formula is not like other eyeliner pens where it applies smoothly and evenly. When you apply this, it's literally like writing or drawing with a black marker on a glossy surface. The color bleeds and runs on your lid leaving parts of your skin showing. The formula even smells like a marker. Definitely will not repurchase.
I had wanted an eyeliner like this for a long time and was happy to discover one by accident at Ulta. For the first second after I put this on I marveled at how easy the application was...but the second afterwards I was horried to watch the liner bleed across my eyelid. I thought maybe I had pressed too hard and applied too much liner, but when I drew a light line across my wrist the same thing happened. I think Revlon is onto something with the felt tip because it was so easy to draw a line. But they need to go back to the drawing board with the formula for the liquid liner because it so way too runny. Needless to say, this is not a keeper.