i LOVE this liquid eyeliner. It's great when youre learning to do liquid eyeliner. i used it when i was a beginner, it was SO easy for me to learn quickly. The brush is not too stiff to where it HURTS to apply the liner, but not to flexible that it flops around everywhere. its really great. 10 out of 10.
This eyeliner is one of the best on the market, regardless of price. It's highly pigmented, long lasting, doesn't smudge and is SUPER cheap on top of it! The brush is soft but I actually prefer it to a stiff brush, I think it makes it easier to get close to the lash line. I just wish they had a wider selection of colors.
I've tried tons of drugstore liners and high end liners but this is the best I've ever found. Not just because of the price. It could be ten dollars and I'd still repurchase it.
To the person who complained about it melting off after gym class: DUH, smart one, it's not waterproof! You have to reapply after a serious sweat session. But guess what, there IS a waterproof version that would be perfect for you if you simply MUST wear eyeliner to gym class. God forbid anyone see you without it, right?
I will DEFINITLEY repurchase. This product couldn't be any better. Its so precise, it stays on for however long you want AND looks fresh, its cheap, and it doesn't smudge unless you use water. I can't find any flaws and I've been using this for about a year.
This is awesome! I have it in dark brown. I have zero issues with it. The brush wand is great and makes it easy to apply a perfect line. The product holds up all day and doesn't flake or smudge. It comes off easily with makeup remover as well. And for $3! Wet n Wild whoops the HE brands one again.
My only complaint is that I wish they made it in more colors. I would love a medium brown shade.
I CONSTANTLY get compliments on the teal colored eyeliner. This stuff is pure makeup gold, cheap and works like a charm. The teal and black colors are wonderful and cheap!
I had some problems with the purple and royal blue color not being very consistent, so maybe shy away from those two though.
My first liquid liner. I'm still pretty fond of it, actually - it's cheap, it holds up, it's easy to apply. What's not to love?
I m shocked with the negative reviews here. This cheap eyeliner is one of the blackest and long lasting eyeliner on the market. If you have oily eyelids please use a primer, powder or stg.
I bought this just to use on "off" days to save my more expensive liquid/gel eyeliners. Had to return it because the quality is poor. When it dries it has a dull magic-marker look to it. As if you took an old dried out sharpie and put it on your eye. Also it begins to dry, crack, and crumble throughout the day and fall on your face.
The brush has a nice, fine point, but it was really hard for me to apply for some reason. I guess I'm just used to longer handled brushes.
Still searching for a good drugstore liquid eyeliner. For now I'll use my Bobbi Brown (gel eyeliner), MAC (Fluid line), and Lancome (Artliner) ones - and unfortunately break the bank...
This liner smudges like nobody's business.
I'm not saying I'm the queen of liquid liner, but I'm usually satisfied with my liner before taking off for school in the morning. It may be because I have gym in the morning, but by the time lunch creeps around it has either melted into oblivion or twisted into odd spiky shapes, neither of which are very appealing in my eyes. Sure, an hour or so of dry air works swell, but after that it all goes down.