Revlon Strawberry Suede lipstick, reviewed here, I was actually looking for a liquid liner, as my old one (Collection 2000 Fast Stroke liner, *hated* it) had dried out. I had no preconceptions of this Revlon Colourstay Liquidliner at all, it just happened to be the one I saw first so I thought I’d give it a go. I like the neat packaging, and it has an easy to use felt point to line. A good amount of product comes out at a time, so you shouldn’t have a problem with excess liner running all over the place, and it’s a true black – great colour payoff, and I didn’t have to go over the line at all once it was on.
This liner lasts pretty well. I haven’t had to touch it up during the day at all, which I would have to with the Collection 2000 one. It doesn’t sting my eyes at all, which the Collection 2000 one did, and it’s easy to remove with a cleanser (at the moment I am using the very brilliant Lancome Eau Micellaire Douceur). I wouldn’t say it’s the best liner money can buy, because it probably isn’t, but for £6.99 it does a very decent job and I’m happy with that. I would repurchase but only if I didn’t find another liquid liner that I wanted to try.