Luckily, the NYX Studio Liquid Liners exist to kick those crappy eyeliners' asses.
I must admit, these aren't flawless; the brush is definitely not well-designed. It's long and floppy, which makes it difficult to get a precise line. It's not impossible to work with, but it might be a challenge for someone who isn't already comfortable with liquid eyeliner. (If you're a liquid liner pro, though, I don't think that you'll find that the brush detracts from the eyeliner-wearing experience too much.)
Luckily, the gorgeous colors more than make up for any faults in the brush. Each of the liners has a patent-like sheen and is fully opaque and saturated with gorgeous color.
Extreme Coffee is a deep, dark bronze.
Extreme Blue is a vibrant cerulean.
Extreme Purple is a medium royal purple.
|NYX Studio Liquid Liner Swatches|
(The swatches you are seeing lasted through two showers and a bath. I had to break out the soap to get them off, which is a serious break from my usual shower routine of staring at the wall while I stand under hot water.)
For some people, this will be a benefit. For others, a disadvantage. If you're lazy, it might be a pain to remove them. If you have a problem with makeup migration (either due to a humid climate or an oilier -than-average face), these will solve all your problems and you can finally die happy.
|WILL. NOT. COME. OFF.|
|NYX Studio Liquid Liner in Extreme Coffee on Human Face|
|NYX Studio Liquid Liner in Extreme Blue on Human Face|
|NYX Studio Liquid Liner in Extreme Purple on Human Face|