I wear this liner almost everyday. It never smears...never! The one I have doesn't look like the one shown here -- it is gold. I think the color is called Mineral Gray which is dark but not too too harsh for daytime, as long as I smudge it a bit before it dries. Love this stuff!
This is a good "training" liquid eyeliner. It's a felt-tip, so it's easy to use. you can easily draw a medium-thick liquid eyeliner line. The colour is very pigmented. I have black and I don't need to re-apply to actually get BLACK. It feels like it's water-based (not oil base), because it stay on really well if you have oily eyelids... but definitely not good with tears. when a little moisture gets around the area, I can literally wipe the eyeliner off with one rub.
A trick that I like is to put powder eye shadow over the liner it's so black, dark eye shadow looks really good on top, not to mention that it helps set the eyeliner from a little tears or sprinkle. just don't use in the pool or rain!
I have the felt tip liquid eyeliner (Black Mica). It has great staying power and doesn't melt in the heat of summer. It's very pigmented. The felt tip is very soft and flexible, and is easy to control.
The eyeliner would flake after couple hours of wear even with primer.
Though I do love felt tip after i put it on it start burning and itching very badly :(
I think it is too expensive for the quality.
IT FLAKES LIKE CRAZY.
I don't know if it's just me, but the formula dries really slow.
Even though it gives really intense colour, the quality of the formula and packaging are not as good. For instance, it takes forever for the liquid to dry & it flake & fades within a few hours. Also, the brush tube always gets sucked up in the package, so when i finally pull it out, the liquid will be spread all over my table.
The brush tip though, is really good because it provides fine line.
I would not purchase this again overall.
I bought this looking for a dupe of my Maybelline Line Stiletto that would crack less, and this definitely does the trick. It's got the felt tip that is very easy to work with, and it has excellent staying power and won't crumble/dry out like my Revlon stuff sometimes did. Awesome eyeliner, perfect for a cat eye.
I got this in Black Mica because that's all that was left other than brown. I tried it out and the pigmentation is decent. Not bad. I wanted to get Carbon Black but my local Walgreens was sold out. Sorta Easy to handle.
I bought this because it was the cheapest liquid eyeliner in the drugstore and I didn't want to pay a lot because I wasn't sure if I would even like liquid eyeliner! At first I thought it was difficult to apply but that was due to the fact I wasn't used to the felt tip. It's a pretty long felt tip, for some reason I thought I would be able to use it like a marker but nope! I got the hang of it by my third application though. It's a lovely opaque black and look quite dramatic. But it has a crazy tendency to crack! If I apply in the morning, by mid afternoon when I get home I have to reapply. My eyes can sometimes get a bit watery too and it wipes off too easily for my liking. As well, it's so richly pigmented that when I take it off I have to use my makeup remover multiple times, or I end up with raccoon eyes! I'll use it up but once it's empty, I'm going to invest in better quality. It was a good introduction to liquid eyeliner though.
Lineur Intense (felt tip) was my first ever liquid eyeliner and still one of my favorites today. Application is ridiculously easy and I don't ever have to worry about smudging. It stays put on my oily lids for the entire day. I usually get the Black Mica color, which I'm pretty sure isn't as intense as Carbon Black, but it's got some very subtle shimmer in it, which I like. The range of color options is kind of limited, but I'm not too fussed about that. Overall, it's a reliable, quality product.
Everyone know that L'Oreal owns Lancome and products are made and made & distributed from the same factories/warehouses, right? I used Lineur Intense on one eye and Artliner on the other eye.They both looked the same at 6AM and exactly the same at 10PM. I see no need to spend the extra $ on the Lancome product.
They both faded a bit but for 16 hrs. I think they both performed very well. I used these liners to tighline my upper lid. I trimmed a bit of the length off of the felt liner of the L'oreal product to get better control-- in doing this it better resembled the line made by the Lancome liner.