|Would buy this product again.||71%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
This was my first liquidlast liner, and won't be my last- I LOVE IT! My ONLY complaint about it is that it gets goopy and is hard to apply sometimes, especially if I am in a hurry. Other than that, this stuff REALLY lasts. I have SUCH oily eyelids and this stuff doesn't budge. It's a gorgeous golden green color and I love to wear it when I'm feeling "bold" I'm trying to make it last so I don't wear it too often, so I am concerned it will separate or turn even MORE goopy with age, but so far so good. :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I just LOVE this green eyeliner, It's a really fun color and it just makes my hazel-yellowish eyes pop! I usually use this with just mascara and black eyeliner on the waterline and it looks absolutely terrific. I've read that it's hard to apply but I honestly don't think so, and I'm not even good at applying liquid eyeliners. Will definitely buy again!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I am NW15 with green eyes. This color is described as a clean yellow/green with gold pearl. The liners are $16.50 each. First of all, let me say if you are not good at applying liquid liner, stay away from these. The brush on these is long, thin, and flimsy, making precise application very difficult. Most of the color ends up on my lashes. The color is beautiful though, and the liner really does stay a long time, until you remove it with an oil-based makeup remover. I probably will not be repurchasing, as I can find a similar color from Urban Decay (whose liners, I hear, are much easier to apply than these).
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
This color reminds me of Golden Olive pigment in eyeliner form. This is a true medium golden-tinged olive/apple green. I understand most people don't like it, but they do take some practice to get these on properly. Once you do however, the results are amazing close to permanent eyeliner. Water, tears, heat, and time doesn't phase this product. It can last a day or two, if you were to not wipe it off [which I don't recommend].
They are also quite handy at being a durable base for pigments and eyeshadows, I would recommend Olive Green pigment or Pastorale pigment over this to make that color pop! These liners are the HG for eyeliners as far as I am concerned!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Greenplay is a yellow-green with slightly gold shimmers. I'm NW15 with dark hair and brown eyes. i only use it for lining my lower lashline and looks fab! Doesn't look great on the upper lashline though. It's easy to take off with Lancome Bi-facil. When applying lashline it smears lashes, and it's hard to take off only from lashes, that's why i take off one lippie.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I was really excited when I found this color. It's so pretty. Unfortunately it is almost impossible to take off. I finally got it off, but my eyelids were swollen for two days. I can't imagine using this all the time, you would have no eyelids left. I'm a big fan of colorstay and everything but this product takes colorstay to a level normal everyday makeup should never reach. If I wanted permanent makeup, I would get it tattooed on.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I generally steer clear of eyeliners that dont fall into the black to black-blue catergory, as my look is something of a 1940s throwback with defined lips and and intense brows. When it comes to eyes defining is better then all out noise, because with my color choices elsewhere on the face (I where blue or green lipstick every day, lol) it's nice to have some subtlety in other areas.
That being said, when I do spring for any color, shadow or otherwise, around my eye I prefer an inky blue or a gilded green. When I first saw the liquidlast liners the color Greenplay popped out at me immediatley. It was three months before I bought it, but I caved a few days ago. I wish I had gotten it earlier.
Most liquid eyeliners are very thin inconsistency, or do not go on the color they are. The liquidlasts have a very viscous texture, and I swear on my life they are nearly foolproof. On days when I need some change from my staple of all stapeles, blacktrack fluidline, I've been going for greenplay. It's a nice shade, that allthough not amazingly defining, sets a nice tone to warm faces. I wouldn't reccomend it for cool toned faces, however, as although a definite green, the gold element is very strong.
Greenplay makes a nice poppy coordinate to a light dusting of Electric Eel eyeshadow (a violently neon blue) on just the lids, with a thin line of greenplay to contrast.
The little brush works well enough, but if you have smaller eyes and prefer a thinner line, I'd suggest an angeled eyeliner brush compressed into a very thin line for lining, haven't tried it yet, but seems logical.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I hate to be the only one to not like this. But the colour is too pale to define my eyes. It's FAR too hard to remove, it stays on for DAYS cos it just won't budge. The brush is hard to use. This would be gorgeous in a darker colour so I'll go back for some more but this one doesn't interest me.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is my first liquidlast but it won't be my last! I LOVE this color! It was the first one to attract my attention when I saw the display and I can't say enough about it! It looks great with a neutral eye, or paired with green shadows. A little thicker than some liquid liners, but IMO easy to apply. Doesn't budge, but for me, comes off with oil based makeup remover pads with no problem. A definate must have! **EDIT** After a few uses, and the purchase of my first fluidline, I decided that while I love the color of Greenplay, it really wasn't for me. I much prefer the other MAC liners over the liquidlasts.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love all Liquid Last Liner. I actually went for it for the Aqualine (the turquoise alike color) but they ran out of it!!! seriously everywhere in my country (I live in Bangkok, Thailand by the way). I so wanted that color so much, so just to mend my broken heart, I decided to get Greenplay and Fuchsia-ism instead. They're awesome color, not too much on my face. I usually hate any bold color but these ones are just really nice and easy to apply. Oh, I normally hate liquid liner too. I usually prefer the gel liner like the Fluidline more but this Liquid Last Liner is just different. It's easy to apply and stays very long. I found out it's so hard to take it off even if with the oil-base make up remover so be very careful when you taking it off your lid not to ruin your skin. All in all, it's very nice color and goes with many shades of shadows. It's very fun to play with.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
This is such a fun colour! I wore this two days in a row and got complimented both times by other MUA's (including one from MAC).
I put a similar shade e/s (MAC Juxt, Cargo Greenbay, Prestige Spearmint) on the lid, a bronzey shade in the crease and line with black liner... then go back in and just above the black liner, add Greenplay and then mascara. It adds a 'zing' to the green e/s and at the same time kind of blends in, so it's not a stark "hello, I'm bright green" line but it just makes the green pop more. I'm so glad these aren't LE!
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This is really great at staying put. It comes off well with an oil based or dual phase eye makeup remover but not with a regular eye makeup remover. This is a no smudge, no budge liner that means serious business. I do find this formula a little goopy though, it's harder to work with than some others (l'oréal, lancôme etc.) but the staying power is well worth the extra work. Would repurchase this product.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Greenplay how i love thee let me count the ways. I bought this because i saw a couple of the SA's at the MAC store wearing it as a shadow and it looked just beautiful on them. I will probably try the liquidlast as a shadow sooner or later but not as of yet i am still feeling them out and playing with them. I only bought greenplay and aqualine but i am going back to buy a purple and a black one. These are a must have for summer. But you need to make sure you have a good oil based MU remover to get them off. I am sure i will end up with most of these colors since they are pretty much bulletproof and will last longer than i do. I have oilylids and have a problem finding liner that will not smudge and smear. I like these better than myfluidlines and i LOVE myfluidlines but i think my liquidlasts will take their place over the summer.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Greenplay is a beautiful bright yellow-green color with gold pearl (for once, the MAC website got the description right). This color is really, really bright--almost neon green and very metallic-shimmery. This is almost like a metallic, brighter version of chartreuse pigment. I find this to be one of the smoothier liquidlast liners. Some of the other colors can be a bit glooey and difficult to use for a precise line, but I've had no problems with this one. I find that I can get away with a very, very thin liner paired with neutrals and still use this for a daytime look--but it probably works best paired with "louder: colors for an bright evening look. It wears like iron--I've been told that these last longer then fluidlines, though on my non-oily eyelids, the wear is about the same: both stay on until I take them off with either cleaning oil or an eye makeup remover. The downside to all of the liquidlasts is that they are difficult to remove, and they have self life of several months. And at $16.50, they're a bit overpriced...though it won't stop me from buying a refill if I ever need it. All of the liquidlast liners are permanent.