Revlon Beyond Natural Defining Eye Pencil ($7.99) Formula glides on smoothly and soft shades blend easily for naturally defined eyes that don’t look overdone.
I didn’t really like this eye pencil. It was just too big for me. You won’t be able to get a thin line no matter how hard to try. I guess you could apply it like an eye liner and then smudge the color for a smoky eye effect. The eyeliner didn’t last very long even with a primer. Maybe if I could figure out how to work it, then it’ll be better
Revlon Luxurious Color Eyeliner ($9.99) Have it all with our Revlon Luxurious Color™ Eyeliner. One pencil lets you create two looks from precise to smoky. The velvety formula glides on with the ease of a pencil and the color intensity of a liquid liner. Customize your look with the built-in smudger. Available in 6 shades.
I admit it. I gravitated towards this eyeliner because of the “luxurious” looking packaging. It’s so eye catching! I’m sure glad I did because it turned out to be a great eyeliner. It’s a soft pencil that is smudgable. Because it is a smudgeable eyeliner, be aware of some fading and smudging. The pencil is very pigmented and is buildable. The smudge sponge at the tip is great and doesn’t hurt/scratch your lid when you use it.
Revlon Colorstay Eyeliner ($7.49) Revlon® Colorstay™ Eyeliner glides on easily adding drama and definition to your eyes for up to 16 hours. Waterproof formula won’t smear, smudge or fade. Available in 8 shades.
This performed exactly the way it was advertised. It didn’t smudge or fade. When you apply it, you have about a minute to smudge it if you want to. After that, it stays put until you remove it. The eyeliner isn’t as soft and creamy as I would have liked it to be. As a result, not a very smooth application. I can feel it tugging a little when I applied. The eyeliner is very pigmented and the black is really truly black. One thing I really didn’t like about the pencil is it’s automatic. You can’t really sharpen it. So, you won’t be able to get a thin line.
Revlon Colorstay Liquid Eye Pen ($8.99) No-mess liquid eyeliner creates a precise line from soft to dramatic. Felt tip controlled application. Smudge-proof lasting color that wears up to 16 hours. Easier to apply than traditional liquid eyeliners.
Revlon Colorstay Liquid Eye Pen reminds me so much of Cover Girl Line Exact Liquid Liner. The liquid black eyeliner is not truely black. It’s a faded greyish black. It has a runny and watery formula and is just a like a felt tipped pen. If you want a liquid eyeliner by Revlon, try the Revlon Colorstay Liquid Liner. It’s way better and cheaper.
Revlon Colorstay Liquid Liner ($7.49) Elegant, sexy and sophisticated, Revlon® Colorstay™ Liquid Liner allows you to emphasize your eyes with precision. Easy application dries quickly and lasts all day without smudging or smearing.
This is a really good eyeliner. I only use it to line my upper lash line, not the bottom. It has never smudged or smeared. It dries really quick and is matte. The short brush makes for an easy, clean application. The blackest black shade is truely black. It doesn’t fade to a grey or a greenish black. Something I really loathe about most liquid liners.