Revlon Colorstay One-Stroke Defining Eyeliner- Glazed Green Review
Hello Lovely Ladies,
Today, I am here with the review of Revlon Colorstay eyeliner in the shade “Glazed Green,” the name sounds interesting, isn’t it? Well, it’s not the first green eyeliner that I am using, I have every kind of green shade in my stash, but I don’t why I always end up buying green eyeliners from different brands. Actually, I love this color as an eyeliner.
Revlon Original Technology that prevents Smearing, Smudging and Fading, the new eyeliner pencil glides on as easily on eyes, adding drama and definition to your eyes. The soft core and rich silky coloring Substance makes it extremely easy to apply even on the inner Rim of the eye for a dramatic and stunning look.
INR 560 for 1.2 gm.
The liner comes as a good quality sharpen able pencil. The body of the pencil is fully color coded, including the plastic cap. The brand name and all are embossed in golden words, which really add a classy look to the packaging. Overall, the packaging justifies the price and is travel friendly too.
My Take on Revlon Colorstay One- Stroke Defining Eyeliner- Glazed Green:
Shade/Texture: “Glazed green” is an emerald green or you can also say it’s a peacock green shade with very minuscule silver shimmers in it; you can hardly see them. The color is really nice, not a gaudy kind of shade, and will suit every skin tone. The texture of these liners can make a girl go crazy; they are really soft, buttery smooth in texture. The tip glides effortlessly on eyelids. The formula is gel cream based. It sets dry within few minutes and then won’t budge.
Finish and Pigmentation: Even with the shimmer particles in the liner, it gives a creamy matte kind of finish on eyes. The pigmentation is awesome; one swipe would give an intense bold line on the eyes. You need not swipe it multiple times to achieve the color, it’s nicely pigmented.
Staying Power: The liner stays put on lids for 5-6 hours easily, I don’t have oily lids, but I have the habit of touching or rubbing my eyes frequently, which makes the liner fade away after a few hours. The liner stays on my waterline for 3-4 hours easily. After that, it fades away by itself. I read many reviews, everyone complaining about the stinging effect of this liner on the waterline, but I didn’t face any such problem with this shade. On me, the liner becomes a bit flaky in the last hours, may be because of the gel formula. The pencil wouldn’t smudge a bit when you apply it in your hands for swatches, but the thing I noticed is that the color is not completely touch proof on the eyes, a bit of color does get transferred to your finger whenever you touch it. I think that makes the color flaky on my eyes.
Pros of Revlon Colorstay One- Stroke Defining Eyeliner- Glazed Green:
- Very nice beautiful peacock green shade, suitable for every skin tone.
- Texture is very smooth, creamy and soft.
- Glides on the eyes like butter.
- The liner is packed full of pigmentation, gives an intense bold line of color in one swipe.
- Formula is gel – cream based.
- Staying power is decent on the waterline and upper lash line.
- Doesn’t smudge, waterproof.
Cons of Revlon Colorstay One- Stroke Defining Eyeliner- Glazed Green:
- The price, and for the price, I didn’t find the staying power that good.
- It becomes flaky and the line becomes uneven if you touch or rub your eyes.
- You will need to remove the color with a remover; otherwise uneven lines of color will stick on the eyes.
- I think this liner is suitable for oily lids rather than normal or dry eyelids.
Would I Recommend Revlon Colorstay One- Stroke Defining Eyeliner- Glazed Green?
Well, I did like the texture and pigmentation, but I don’t think I will recommend this one for a few reasons. One for the price, and there are better options available in the market and this kind of a color is very common, even Faces provides better staying power and texture at 100 bucks less.
3 thoughts on “Revlon Colorstay One-Stroke Defining Eyeliner – Glazed Green Review”
FAb color, but the price 🙁
that looks suuuper creamy supriya. :)) the color reminds me of maybelline colossal turquoise. good review 🙂
Such a pretty shade! So sad that it flakes. Pretty eotd, Supriya! 🙂