These 0.1mm skinny tip liners provide bold, even colour in one stroke that lasts all day. They are easy to apply with mistake proof control.
Revlon has created more eyeliners for Summer 2014 with the Revlon ColorStay Skinny Liquid Liner. The felt, ultra-thin tipped liquid liner comes in four shades. Today I will be showcasing Black Out and Mahogany Flame.
I love liquid liner and have tried quite a few different ones, but this is by far the thinnest one I’ve ever used. The tip is a bit flimsy and requires some extra effort and time to get a perfect flawless application. For me this liner would perform better if the tip was a bit stiffer. Although with precise application it does produce an ultra thin line; if you are not careful the flimsiness of the brush can make product go everywhere and you are left with a thicker line, and a mess.
Black Out is a pure black, while Mahogany Flame is a gold flecked metallic brown. Both liners apply opaque in 1 coat, and last the majority of the day without wearing off or transferring to my eyelid. A major downside I had with these liners is that it takes a while to completely dry. Because I have semi-hooded eyelids, that means I have to keep my eyes shut until the formula dries or it gets all over the place. This is really not a step I have time for every morning.
Overall, I enjoy the final result of this liner, when I have the extra time to put into application. I just wish the tip was less flimsy and it took less time to dry. If you are new to liquid liner, I would steer clear of this product. I definitely feel that it is for the more advanced liquid liner users.
Disclaimer: Product(s) in this post were provided for review purposes. Thoughts and opinions are 100% honest and my own.