|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I was ready to throw this product away til I did my research on this site--I wasn't shaking it up! It really is very easy to apply and I hardly ever have to touch up with q-tip and eyemakeup remover. You do need to give it a minute to set, as other reviewers note, but it stays on nicely without smudging. I have never had a nicer liquid liner and I've tried a LOT of them!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This product comes in a pen filled with liquid eyeliner. The tip is an applicator brush. It works by twisting the end and the eyeliner comes out of the tip. I really liked the way it was since I find it easier to apply pencil eyeliners. My only issue with it was that sometimes a lot of the liquid would come out at once and I would have to be extra careful when applying the eyeliner. It was fairly expensive but the best liquid eyeliner that I have ever tried. I would buy this again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
Packaged just like the concealers -- click pen with a fine tip brush applicator. It's very easy to control the thickness of the line you want, and to create a nice flip at the outer corners. I recommend shaking the pen vigorously before dispensing the product because I find that if I forget to shake the pen, the liquid applies very thin and watery, and I need several coats to get an opaque black line. It does take time to dry -- at least a minute or two fanning at my skin helps to set the liner, but once it's on, it's ON. I don't get any smudging or feathering throughout the day. Don't know how it would be on oilier lids though. Definitely needs an oil-based cleanser or eye makeup remover. It takes some effort to dissolve it off right away, and the cleanup is a bit messy. It comes off much like those tubing mascaras do in little bits and pieces...almost gritty feeling against the skin. One of the better liquid liners that I have tried, and I will repurchase.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This is for the new collection of Clarins liquid liner. The older version is the bottle type but this new one is the click pen form whereby you just rotate and click the base catch to release the liquid liner.
The texture is smooth and easy to handle. Tip of the brush is firm and supple, gives superb control over the thickness of line. With this, i am able to control and achieve a very thin line that is tough to get with most liners. The only thing is that the black is not as pigmented if you like a very deep intense black but i just go over the line again to get a dark black colour.
Last very well thru the day even if it is not waterproof. For watery eyes may need to touch up on the corners but considering the general performace, i would say Clarins makeup has improved much.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I got this after a couple weeks on a trip to Jordan, land of big-eyed beauties with out of this world eyeliner. I'm usually a devotee of Lancome Artliner, but as I had a brand new one waiting for me at home, I decided to try something new (and cheaper).
While the application brush in this product is excellent - just the right length and bristle consistency (firm, but not like a spike in the eye), I was disappointed with the product itself.
It takes FOREVER to dry. I am familiar with Artliner, Guerlain Divinora, and all manner of drugstore liquid liners. I realize liquid liner needs time to set properly - this was 10 minutes plus.
Once it does dry, it can smudge very easily. It's NOT recommended for tightlining or water line (my favorite places to line). Even with no rubbing or tears, a black haze forms beneath the lashes all day long. It's mostly good for a short term upper lash line (like a 60s wing).
Is it a horrible liner...No. Is it the best? No. Especially not for the price. L'oreal lineur intense felt tip or brush tip are far longer lasting and more versatile and go for about $5-7. My heart still belongs to Lancome Artliner - shame on me for forgetting it!