Roach, Gash, Lucky, Shattered, Acid Rain
Urban Decay Liquid Liner ($18.00) is available in a slew of shades in a cute inkwell-like pot. There are fourteen shades to choose from, from purple to black to red.
- Roach is a reddish-toned dark brown with a metallic finish.
- Gash is a deep red with just a touch of brown.
- Lucky is a coppery medium-dark brown.
- Shattered is a medium-dark grassy green with some antique gold thrown in.
- Acid Rain is a bright pop of chartreuse green.
Urban Decay’s Liquid Liners are incredibly long-wearing, smudge-proof, budge-proof, and nearly waterproof. Once dry (takes a few seconds, but it doesn’t take long), the liner doesn’t budge at all. You can move it around before it dries, but once it sets, good luck with that! All of the ones I have give off a bit of a metallic sheen even when dry, which is something I personally like. The formula is really great for those who need their liner to stay in place without a lot of fuss. I love that these don’t fade even a little bit after twelve hours of wear. I also love the shade variety — you can’t always find red or bright green liquid liners!
The packaging is so-so; the inkwell design is cute, but it’s not space-saving. It also doesn’t make these as portable as they could be if they were in the more traditional liquid liner tube packaging (I heard that it used to be, actually!). The brush included could probably be a little finer, a little tighter, but it gets the job done with some practice. If you’re not planning to take these on-the-go, a separate eyeliner brush is a better bet. I like either 208 or 209 by MAC myself for these. I will say that the included brush does feel quite comfortable in my hand, even if the brush itself could be improved upon.
- Product: 9/10
- Value: 8/10
- Ease of Use: 7/10
- Packaging: 7/10
Recommendation: If you’re looking for richly pigmented liquid liners, Urban Decay has you covered!