|Would buy this product again.||77%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
EDIT: (4/4/12) I tried Loreal HIP liner in Gold Charge and it has way better lasting power than this liner. I like the color on this better, so I will leave it with 2 stars.
This eyeliner was so soft, it glided onto my lower lash line like butter. Love this eyeliner. The only problem is that sometimes I overapply because this liner can really blend into my skin and look invisible.
- pencil is super soft
- blends like a dream into the lash line
- lasts all day when I use Two Faced Shadow Insurance under it
- LOVE this color. It's a dark gold, not a wimpy yellow
- this looks really beautiful when I use the liner to smudge purple eyeshadow. (Aubergine from Revlon matte eyeshadows) It subtly blends the gold with the purple so there's this cool fading effect at the edge of the eyeshadow. Does this make sense? Haha
- You need a primer with this. Don't know if it's just me, but my eyelids are oily, monolid Asian eyes with that annoying fold. I normally just use this liner on my lower lash line, but it will fade if I don't use a primer
- I think this is kind of expensive, but it's worth it, because the pencil is so soft and nice
- Sharpener really eats up this pencil. :(
- Hard to get a fine point because the lead is so soft and once you press it into your skin, the point is gone. I don't mind because I like to blend this liner into my lash line but yeah. Not good if you want a super thin line.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
I like lining my waterline with colours outside of the typical black/brown/white liners, and this colour is absolutely gorgeous. The colour looks quite subtle on my waterline until it hits light, which makes it looks a very strong gold colour.
The texture is very soft and creamy, so it glides on to the waterline really easily. Since it's so soft it is a little hard to sharpen (it tempted me to knock a lippie off - but I love the colour too much xD ).
The staying power is good (not excellent), I find it stays on the waterline for a about half a day, before itís at the point where I want to give it a top up. When applied to my eyelid the colour stays the whole day, although the intensity of the colour does dull considerably.
I think the product is a little on the expensive side, though it's generally pretty easy to find good discounts on Revlon products, in which case this product is definitely worth it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is an OK eyeliner. I wasnt too impressed, it didnt show up that well or have good staying powder. I def recommend L'Oreal's Hip Color Chrome Eyeliner in Gold Charge if you're looking for a gold eyeliner that isnt terribly expensive, has good staying power and pigment. After trying that I wont use this ever again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I love this eyeliner, it's creamy, it goes on smoothly and it is very flattering to my green eyes. I like to wear this by itself with some mascara, a smudged line all the way around my eyes, for a day time look. It's also really lovely paired with similar toned eye shadows. Would definitely buy again. If only Revlon made a nice green eye liner!
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
This is another of the soft, smudgable e/l's from Revlon. I didn't have any metallics in my arsenal, so I bought this and am happy with it for what it does. I don't wear this color on it's own, but in conjunction with my brown and green e/s's to accentuate my hazel eyes. Blending just a touch of this in can add a bit of dazzle to your nighttime/holiday eye looks!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
After being not so pleased with Revlon's colorstay eyeliners, I was skeptical to try this one. If you are use to wearing brown eyeliners and are looking for a little something extra to spice up your daily makeup look, this eyeliner is for you. I find that black eyeliner doesn't look good on me and brown/gold eyeliners just look better. Antiqued gold has 2 sides to it. One is the eyeliner itself and the other side is a smudge brush. This gold color is on the darker side with shimmers in it. This color is gorgeous and I think it would look great on anyone. As for staying power, I find that it does start to fade throughout the day and sometimes you can't see it on your skin unless you draw it a lot.. it's really subtle for a daylook. You could also wear this eyeliner with a ton of eyeshadows and it'd look great! I still think it's a great color that everyone should try! I think it was around 8 dollars.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
Good, but expensive considering there are other nicer gold eyeliners out there. This was NZ$30. By itself it looks a bit flat but on top of a black or brown eyeliner it looks good. It doesn't smudge and stays on well.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Fine Eyes: Brown
Originally got this as a BOGOF when I was looking for some more unusual eyeliners than my usual chocolate brown. This is a very pretty soft antique gold, I use it particularly under my lower lashes and in the corner of my eye almost as a highlighter. It looks a lot more natural than a white pencil & blends into my pale gold toned skin just beautifully for a subtle finish. Its definitely a gold color but not so in your face metallic that its only for evening wear - I've started to use this as basic for my day look and it works just fine since it has no sparkles. I like the pencil format rather than use a gold shadow, its quicker & less messy plus easier to travel with when I'm on the road for work, but I particularly like this color & haven't found anything else that looks so good on my skin tone.
Its a pretty basic pencil, with a soft smudgable texture (I've not had any problems with it dragging on my skin), the smudge brush at the other end is a nice convenient touch (I smudge a quick light swipe for day, leave a more intense line for evening). Its a tad pricey for a d/s product at over $10 a pencil. I stock up on this when its on sale as a BOGOF and its a lot more affordable.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
BOGOF sale led me to take a closer look at the other liner colors available from Revlon. I have nearly all of them and antiqued gold is just as beautiful! The prettiest gold liner I've ever seen. I sometimes have a problem with liners not being bold enough (due to my dark brown eyes), but this gold is so pigmented and simply gleams! You can wear it alone or mix with another liner or shadow to get a metallic sheen. I've only tried in on my upper lids and I love the unique effect!