Saturday, June 27, 2015

Revlon ColorStay Eyeliner in Brown

Hello dearies!

If you like to sport natural looking makeup but still want to add definition to your eyes, then you probably have a brown eyeliner. For me, I like a fierce black liner (with a flick/wings) on my upper lash line, but I like a soft brown liner at the lower lash line. I'm currently using this...

Revlon ColorStay Eyeliner in Brown

I got this at 50% off months ago. Got it for PhP 237.50.00 only!

I bought it mostly because it was on sale. I thought that a brown liner is never a bad purchase because it is wearable and I can use it many times for sure.

Anyway, these are the labels around the pencil:

Here's the info on the website:

America’s #1 longwear eye liner glides on effortlessly for drama and definition. No matter what your day holds, the waterproof formula will keep you covered.

There are 8 shades listed on the website too—Black, Brown, Amethyst, Black Brown, Charcoal, Jade, Topaz, and Sapphire.

I like the classy design and also the retractable packaging because I don't have to sharpen it. I like that it's also slim so I can create thin lines as well.

Here's a closeup of the whole liner.

And here are the swatches:

The line is strong, matte, and pigmented. It glides sort of okay, but I've tried liners that glides more easily. :P

Here it is when I try to smudge it.

I like that it still looks clean. It stayed well and just faded a little.

And here it is when smudged while wet.

It's there but mostly faded. I like that it didn't smudge all over. I think this is more water-resistant than waterproof... although I did smudge it while wet... :P

I do think that this is a good eyeliner. BUT if you like to smudge the liners a bit to make the look natural-looking and not too defined, then you might need time to smudge, smudge, smudge because it stays on your skin really well. It does look good on the waterline if you apply liners there. If you have oily lids like me, I wouldn't recommend using this on your upper lash line because it will still smudge and transfer all over the lids after two hours. Darn these oily lids!!!

So that's my short thoughts on this liner. Hope this was helpful! ;)



  1. NOOOOO. I can't do liners that smudge :(

    1. It doesn't smudge... much? Haha! If you have dry skin, then this would not be a problem. Hehe. :P

    2. It doesn't smudge... much? Haha! If you have dry skin, then this would not be a problem. Hehe. :P