I didn't mind this product at first, but once I looked at it in a natural light.. -shudders-. It had good coverage, but it cakes on and wasn't colored right; the color pallet they have is very pink-based and it didn't work well at all with my very neutral skin tone. And not to mention, it broke me out very badly. But my pink-faced Mamma-jamma had no troubles with it.
Well I like this eyeliner's formula, it's a nice, bold black that has pretty good staying power, too (unless it gets wet for any reason, then it's everywhere). But the big problem I have with this is the applicator/packaging. I can never get a good, straight line without it getting somewhere else on my eyelid because there's liquid on the entire wand. I also don't like applicator tip because there can be these little string things that come off of the felt tip that carry eyeliner on them which also gets it in unwanted places. I ALSO don't like that it has two separate pieces (the wand and the little tub/container thing) because the little tub is exposed to air whenever you use it which I found out last week was drying a LOT of product and wasting it. So formula = good, applicator = horrible.I think I'm going to try a new liquid eyeliner next time.
So, I want to start off saying that this is my favorite foundation. When I got sick of my last foundation that broke me out terribly and looked really cakey/orange, I decided to go after this cover up. I tried it out and I loved it! Because I have acne-prone, light colored skin with scars, I need a fairly full coverage foundation and this covers them up just nicely. And this make up has broke me out a bit but that's only because it's meant to not come off (i.e. Colorstay) so trying to get it all off at night is difficult and if not fully removed causes breakouts. But I only have two real complaints. The first is that it's a pink based foundation when I have more of a yellow undertone and doesn't totally match (but a good powder makes it work). And last is the packaging! I hate it! I have wasted way more foundation than I needed to. Please Revlon, for the sake of make up, put in a pump.