This was my very first liquid eyeliner and I still like keeping a bottle of it. If you're new to liquid eyeliner usage, it can be a bit awkward, but once you get used to it this stuff's really quick and easy to put on and the wand is comfortable to use. The applicator wand's a good length and the brush is nice and firm while still being soft. You can get really nice cat eyes with this stuff as well as draw other designs. In my experiences, it stays on a good while too. I've gone clubbing with this stuff and while my eyeshadow was faded in the morning, the lines I drew with this eyeliner looked great still. If you're on a budget this liquid eyeliner's great to have.
I've been wearing eyeliner for 3 decades, and this liner is an incredible deal. I don't know how long it will last, but given the (low) price, a week would still make it cheaper than anything else I've purchased and worn. Frankly, it 'feels' like it has enough product in the short shaft to last a while. I normally like a felt tip liner, which I see as a vast improvement over a brush, and this is no exception. The tip loads up nicely, unlike many liners which have too much product or are as dry as a desert (Sephora and Revlon, I'm looking at you) and require too much effort for my routine. This line goes on thinly, opaquely and exactly where I want it. I have spent the last 6 hours in the dust, moving, and my eggplant liner is just as in place as it was when I put it on. When I 1st bought it, I put a line on my wrist and ran the faucet over it. It didn't run, it didn't smudge and I wondered if it was inadvertently water-resistant (which I would have like). When it was wet and I touched it, it came right off. That means it can get a little wet and not run all over your face. I don't understand the critical opinions expressed by other except to think that there is perhaps an (understandable for the price) quality control issue? I'll report back after I've bought more than the 2 I have now (eggplant and black), & used it through all the seasons.
I really like this liquid eyeliner, it is very pigmented, and I find the applicator quite easy to use. I am very new to using liquid eyeliners so finding one that has an applicator that isn't overly flimsy or way too stiff is a challenge. This one has a decent applicator, it didn't leave dreadful smudges on my lids and even if it did, it wipes away easily while its still wet. The lasting power is average, it doesn't flake away, but I could see it easily fading throughout the day. Still, I like it alot and would repurchase :).
I bought this in charcoal blue and the color is pretty nice. A very good mixture of dark gray, with a hint of navy blue. The blue was not overpowering at all, very wearable for an everyday look. It could also mesh well with so many different shadow shades.
The liquid is a good consistency. Didn't drip, wasn't runny while applying or after. Dried quickly and didn't budge.
down side is that the applicator pretty much sucks. It's a pretty awkward shape. Much thicker than any liquid eyeliner brush I'd ever seen, extremely firm and it made the process of applying very unpleasant.
It's very hard to control the thickness and I had to make the line much more thick than I had wanted due to me having no other real choice. Didn't look bad but it would be nice to have more control over the product.
I suppose I'll have to work around the brush but it's worth it for this liner.
I'm going to try other shades as well.
This is one of my favorite liquid eye liners and use it on a daily basis, however when you first purchase the liner, (I have discovered myself), the tip of the liner can be pretty sharp and therefore it does not apply the color on too well. The trick to getting the color on precise and evenly is to use the tip of the liner and write or smuge it on a paper until the tip gets soft. Once that is done, it applies on great and doesnt poke your eyelid as does. That's just my tip for this liner. ;)
This is not a waterproof liner so it would smuge if you get it wet, but other than that if you don't mess with it, it will stay perectly in place. And of course you have to wait at least 30 sec or so after applying for it to dry. I've used this on all skin types and it compliments well with each individual. I've only tried and am interested in the pure black one. If you are looking for a liner worth the buck, I'd go with this one!
This eyeliner looks better than any eyeliner I've ever used, but it STINGS when I put it on! I have to sit and bare the pain until it dries. Yeowza!! Beauty really IS pain.
This is the only good liquid liner I've ever used. And it's beyond good. I use it in black, but I've also tried it in purple, which is beautiful too. It's really not that smudgey, guys. And the applicator is PERFECT. I always get the most perfect line with this. Great buy.
This was the first liquid eyeliner I ever purchased. Pigmentation is great for the price, and stayed on for most of the day. I'm not a big fan of its thin-handled point tip applicator though- I think pen liquid eyeliners are better to work with now. Regardless, this has got to be one of the better point tip liners from the others I have tried.
I take back my previous review. I don't know what I was thinking. This is a good eye liner. Although you shouldn't wear it on its own. I'd advise using this only if you are also wearing a powder eye shadow. It needs something dry as a base to stay on but otherwise it is a good eye liner. I like the applicator.
The price is reasonable. The packaging is so cute. It is very pigmented eyeliner. The brush is precise. This eyeliner is easy to use. It lasts a long time. It doesn't smudge. It is easy to do cat eye with this eyeliner. It doesn't irritate eyes. Very good quality eyeliner. It is sold at Sally Beauty Supply and online.