I love the color selection, but I guess I'm not into "waterproof" pencils. Once the pencil sets, it's nearly impossible to blend, even if I do so hurriedly. With all colors, I have to trace my lips lightly or I else I draw an overly pigmented line. It's too much of a hassle for me. Also, I like brushes at the end of my lip liners, but I guess there's no need when a line is nearly budge-proof. I prefer my regular, retractable EL lip pencils. I like somewhat long-wearing pencils, but I like to blend and control at my leisure.
I wish I were more impressed with these. Everyone likes different qualities in lipliners, and these just don't have what I like, namely, opacity, depth, and precision. I splurged based on reviews here and bought about 7 colors, ranging from light to dark. The colors themselves are nice, especially 14C, which is a fuchsia with enough brown in it that it doesn't look cartoony on the lips. However, they all apply in a sketchy, almost-sheer kind of way that reminds me of chiffon layered over the skin. Nice if you're looking for that kind of thing, but frustrating when you want to define the cupid's bow and find yourself drawing over the same section of lip again and again just to build up some thickness and contrast between the lip and the surrounding skin. What depth they have wears off quickly, so the "lasting" quality comes in the form of a kind of stain left on the lips. I like some thickness to my liners, and these apply thinly. Also, they dry the heck out of my lips. Between that and the stain quality, they end up leaving my lips looking thin and flat. Not saying they're not HG material for someone else, they definitely didn't do it for me.
Quality is good but even after the recent new color release, lighter/more natural colors are still needed. I tried very much to get them to work- particularly 14C and 2C but both were ultimately too bright. (To be fair, I'm quite pale.) 1C is on the right track, but was too brown. If they introduce a lighter peachy-pink or just neutral light pink, they'd have me.
These liners are amazing. I was on the hunt for the perfect lip liners for so long. I've tried many brands, from drugstore to high-end. They're either not pigmented enough (that I have to pull and tug very hard), or they're gone withing 2 hours (which I hate to have to check myself every 2 hours, I don't have the time for that while working). Also, they blend like a dream. they blend with any lipstick, lipgloss or clear gloss. They're so versatile to different looks. A+
I bought two MUFE Aqua Lip Liners recently at Sephora and I am extremely happy with them. I got 14C which is a deep pink similar to MAC's Soar lipliner and 15C which is a true baby pink and a color I have been patiently looking to find. These lipliners are phenomenal. They remind me of UD 24/7 Glide-On Lipliners as they mimic the staying power, but I had issues where the UD liners dried my lips out. The MUFE Aqua Lipliners don't dry your lips at all and the color lasts equally as long as the UD liners if not longer. They are incredibly creamy and easy to apply. I will definitely be purchasing more colors of these liners.
This is a great liner. Longlasting and nondrying. Have them in 7C and 12C. You wont be dissappointed. 7C looks great with Viva Glam VI and made it very wearable with my full lips.
The best lipliner I've ever used. I love 3C the most. 2C goes a little too pinky on me (I wanted a match to MAC's Buerre). I will still use, but with a lighter hand. I agree with one reviewer about adding a few more lighter tones to the collection. All in all, the longest lasting liner I've ever used.
I've always had trouble finding a lipliner that matches my natural lip color since I have naturally deep-pigmented lips and I finally found my perfect color in 3C. It's a rosey nude that's not too warm or cool. Most lipliners labled nude are either too light or too warm on me. My natural lip color is somewhat of rosey color. 3C might be too dark if you don't have pigmented lips. Not only is the color perfect, Aqua Lip lipliners also apply smoothly and creamy yet last forever. Pretty much all the longwearing lipliners I've tried applied very dry (like Revlon Colorstay). I wear 3C with pretty much all my lip colors from nudes to mauves and plums. For red lipstick, I wear 8C. It's the PERFECT red lipliner for all my red lippies and I have a lot of those---classic reds, cherry reds, crimsons, and everything in between. I think I might need one more lipliner for deep, cool shades like cranberry and wine but I don't have a lot of those so I'm not sure I'll get another liner. The Aqua Lip Waterproof line is the best and comes in lots of great shades. The pencils require sharpening but still last for a long time and are relatively affordable.
can't find a better lipliner. lasts way longer than the MAC waterproof one. If I put this on at the beginning of the night with nothing else on on top, this can last like 12 hours...not in perfect form, but it is definitely still there. its lasting power is pretty amazing actually. Contrary to what some say, it does dry out my lips (at least for me), but I should mention that I have very dehydrated skin. also, the colours are great.
I would definitely purchase this liner again. I purchased it in 2C which is a rosy, taupe color and very natural. It lasted all day and was very comfortable. I love the longevity and how smooth it glided on. Great product and will become my new lip liner staple.