This was my very first liquid eyeliner, and for baby-step liquid eyeliner, I'd say it was good. However, I have oily skin and this product usually flaked and crumbled within an hour of applying it. It was also a very liquidy formula and sometimes got INTO my eye if I wasn't careful. But there were some days that the eyeliner stayed on fine, so it was a really iffy product. It was dirt cheap so if you're looking for a liquid eyeliner for occasional use, you might want to look into this.
I ablosutely love this liquid liner!! I had L'Oreal Line Intensifique, and had bought this liner for my mom, cause she had a special occasion, and the price was right. Well, I tried it out on myself and fell in love with it. I gave my old liquid liner to my mom. The brush applicator is amazing, cause it is so fine, that one you have developed the technique to apply a fine line, it looks perfect!! I totally recomend this to everyone who has a steady hand. Plus...this stuff stays on all day!!! Awesome product for an awesome price!!
YUck!~! Leaked right into my eyes seconds after I applied it! That was not fun! The little brush is very hard to deal with, and very hard to make a straight line. and after all of that, it flaked right off! Not reccomended!
Surprisingly, this is the liquid eyeliner that I use everyday! It can seem a little watery at times, but I just add a little more and it's perfect. It's even better when I apply it over an eyeshadow base, such as MAC untitled paint because it goes glides on perfectly and doesn't look watery at all. I've been using liquid liners for years and the packaging is ideal for me too. Plus, the price is great too! Less than $3 Canadian, which is great since I usually lose my eyeliners or I replace them every 2-3 months. I'm always glad whenever i'm able to save a few dollars here and there. Will repurchase again and again.
Terrible! I bought this because it's cheap and I only use liquid liners occasionally. But it sucks! Before this I had some from MAC which was awesome. Not that I expected this cheapy brand to be MAC, but I never knew there could be such a difference with liquid liners!! This NYC stuff has the thinnest applicator brush imaginable, which makes it so hard to apply. I started using the MAC applicator with this stuff, which helped, but it's still so runny that it goes on like watery paint. And then, if that's not bad enough, it crumbles. If you touch it at all after it dries, it starts to flake off, and even if you don't touch it, after a short period of time, it just crumbles off on its own. Awful stuff, not even suitable for occasional evening use, which is what I bought it for. They need to go back to the drawing board with this one!
The eye liner was so thin and runny that I had to re-apply it twice in one sitting. It's okay for making fake beauty marks though.
I used this to practice applying liquid eyeliner (since it's soo cheap!) but I would never use it as an everyday thing. After about 15 minutes, it started to flake around my eyes and chips started getting in my contacts---so irritating! It left a crusty residue on my lids and chips would fall each time I blinked. I totally do not recommend this product, unless like me, you're using it to practice and don't want to waste your "practicing" time with higher quality liner.
NYC does not test on animals, at least thats what my packaging says. I hate thier liquid liner though. The brush is tiny and its hard to apply. Also I noticed it got in my eyes a lot when I tried to apply it, and it ran down the back of my sinuses and int o my mouth...eww it tastes horrible!!!
Sucks! Just found out off of Peta's website that MYC tests on animals so no more contributing to that BS. Still trying to find out if Wet N Wild does, but more likely. These cosmetics lines maybe inexpensive, but is it really worth the health and life of innocent animals? HARDLY!
This is my first purchase of liquid eyeliner and I love it! This is pretty good quality for the price. It is truly black, and stays on the whole day without flaking or smudging. The applicator is user friendly and the formula is thin and easy to apply. For under $2 this is a steal, IMO - of course, I really don't have anything to compare it to:)