MAC Liquidlast Liners Reviews, Photos, Swatches (Part 2)

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MAC Naked Bond Liquidlast Liner
MAC Naked Bond Liquidlast Liner
MAC Naked Bond Liquidlast Liner
MAC Naked Bond Liquidlast Liner
MAC Naked Bond Liquidlast Liner
MAC Naked Bond Liquidlast Liner
MAC Naked Bond Liquidlast Liner
MAC Naked Bond Liquidlast Liner
MAC Naked Bond Liquidlast Liner

Naked Bond

MAC Naked Bond Liquidlast Liner ($21.00 for 0.08 oz.) is a rich, molten copper with warm, orange undertones and a metallic sheen. It was opaque in a single layer, while the consistency was smooth and very fluid (I’d say slightly too fluid for maximum control), but it applied evenly and dried down within five minutes. If I used a separate brush to apply, so I could go with a thinner layer, I was able to wear it on my lower lash line without getting half of it into my fine lines, but if I used the included brush-type applicator, it looked like fireworks exploded underneath my eyes before it could dry down. Once it set, the eyeliner showed no signs of fading or flaking after 14 hours of wear.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$21.00/0.084 oz. - $250.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "unprecedented 24-hour wear" that's "water-resistant" with "intensely rich" coverage. Once it sets, the eyeliner stays on and on and on without flaking, smudging, or fading; I didn't test any for 24 hours, but every one that I've tested so far has lasted for 14 hours flawlessly (and when I left swatches on arm for 24 hours, they were mostly intact after 20 hours). The issue is getting them to apply without bleeding, feathering, and gathering in any fine lines on the skin as several shades had very long dry-down times. I waited a full five minutes before photographing swatches and not all shades had dried down in that time, and five minutes is completely unrealistic to wait on the lash line as the color absolutely will bleed into the skin's texture. Some shades applied more fluidly with richer coverage in a single layer while others were more watery.

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Ingredients

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MAC Point Black Liquidlast Liner
MAC Point Black Liquidlast Liner
MAC Point Black Liquidlast Liner
MAC Point Black Liquidlast Liner
MAC Point Black Liquidlast Liner
MAC Point Black Liquidlast Liner
MAC Point Black Liquidlast Liner
MAC Point Black Liquidlast Liner
MAC Point Black Liquidlast Liner

Point Black

MAC Point Black Liquidlast Liner ($21.00 for 0.08 oz.) is a deep black with neutral undertones and a matte finish. The liquid eyeliner has a smooth, fluid consistency that wasn’t quite as wet as other shades in the range, which made it slightly easier to control and helped it dry down faster. I noticed that this shade clung to the skin, though, and felt a little like shrink-wrap on my skin, which wasn’t something I experienced with other shades. It was still going strong after 14 hours of wear.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$21.00/0.084 oz. - $250.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "unprecedented 24-hour wear" that's "water-resistant" with "intensely rich" coverage. Once it sets, the eyeliner stays on and on and on without flaking, smudging, or fading; I didn't test any for 24 hours, but every one that I've tested so far has lasted for 14 hours flawlessly (and when I left swatches on arm for 24 hours, they were mostly intact after 20 hours). The issue is getting them to apply without bleeding, feathering, and gathering in any fine lines on the skin as several shades had very long dry-down times. I waited a full five minutes before photographing swatches and not all shades had dried down in that time, and five minutes is completely unrealistic to wait on the lash line as the color absolutely will bleed into the skin's texture. Some shades applied more fluidly with richer coverage in a single layer while others were more watery.

Browse all of our MAC Liquidlast Liner swatches.

Ingredients

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MAC Rich and Robust Liquidlast Liner
MAC Rich and Robust Liquidlast Liner
MAC Rich and Robust Liquidlast Liner
MAC Rich and Robust Liquidlast Liner
MAC Rich and Robust Liquidlast Liner
MAC Rich and Robust Liquidlast Liner
MAC Rich and Robust Liquidlast Liner
MAC Rich and Robust Liquidlast Liner
MAC Rich and Robust Liquidlast Liner

Rich and Robust

MAC Rich and Robust Liquidlast Liner ($21.00 for 0.08 oz.) is a rich berry with cool undertones and a sprinkling of violet pearl. It had semi-opaque pigmentation which was somewhat buildable, but it wasn’t as easy to build up as other shades. The texture was thin, smooth, and fluid without being too wet, and it dried down within a few minutes. It showed no signs of fading or flaking after 14 hours of wear.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$21.00/0.084 oz. - $250.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "unprecedented 24-hour wear" that's "water-resistant" with "intensely rich" coverage. Once it sets, the eyeliner stays on and on and on without flaking, smudging, or fading; I didn't test any for 24 hours, but every one that I've tested so far has lasted for 14 hours flawlessly (and when I left swatches on arm for 24 hours, they were mostly intact after 20 hours). The issue is getting them to apply without bleeding, feathering, and gathering in any fine lines on the skin as several shades had very long dry-down times. I waited a full five minutes before photographing swatches and not all shades had dried down in that time, and five minutes is completely unrealistic to wait on the lash line as the color absolutely will bleed into the skin's texture. Some shades applied more fluidly with richer coverage in a single layer while others were more watery.

Browse all of our MAC Liquidlast Liner swatches.

Ingredients

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MAC Wet Road Liquidlast Liner
MAC Wet Road Liquidlast Liner
MAC Wet Road Liquidlast Liner
MAC Wet Road Liquidlast Liner
MAC Wet Road Liquidlast Liner
MAC Wet Road Liquidlast Liner
MAC Wet Road Liquidlast Liner
MAC Wet Road Liquidlast Liner
MAC Wet Road Liquidlast Liner

Wet Road

MAC Wet Road Liquidlast Liner ($21.00 for 0.08 oz.) is a deep black with silver pearl. It had opaque color payoff that applied evenly to bare skin with a smooth, fluid consistency that was wet and took three to four minutes to dry down. The texture wasn’t too wet compared to other shaes, and it seemed easier to control on the lash line. I didn’t see any fading or flaking after 14 hours of wear.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$21.00/0.084 oz. - $250.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "unprecedented 24-hour wear" that's "water-resistant" with "intensely rich" coverage. Once it sets, the eyeliner stays on and on and on without flaking, smudging, or fading; I didn't test any for 24 hours, but every one that I've tested so far has lasted for 14 hours flawlessly (and when I left swatches on arm for 24 hours, they were mostly intact after 20 hours). The issue is getting them to apply without bleeding, feathering, and gathering in any fine lines on the skin as several shades had very long dry-down times. I waited a full five minutes before photographing swatches and not all shades had dried down in that time, and five minutes is completely unrealistic to wait on the lash line as the color absolutely will bleed into the skin's texture. Some shades applied more fluidly with richer coverage in a single layer while others were more watery.

Browse all of our MAC Liquidlast Liner swatches.

Ingredients

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Liquidlast Liner
MAC
$21.00/0.084 oz.

86%

Average

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Christine Mielke is the editor-in-chief and has been reviewing products for over 14 years.

She has normal-to-dry skin with occasional dryness on cheeks and nose. She has a light plus skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones (view her foundation matches here).

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Oh gosh; I’d love an eyeliner the color of Rich and Robust, but I know I wouldn’t be able to get that formula to work on me. None of the dupes shown are doing it for me, either. So I googled, can you use lipliner as eyeliner? And the answer is a pretty solid NO. Crying Rich Robust tears.

I am really wishing that I had picked up Rich and Robust when I was in Spokane. I am going to order on-line. As I mentioned before I have used these tapped out with my finger over my mobile lid and they work really well for me that way, at least the colors that I have. Once they set down they last forever.

The actual *color* of Rich & Robust would look great with my blue-green eyes! But only very carefully applied with a separate brush, I’d imagine.

Wet Road is another beauty, if you ask me. And it doesn’t sound as fussy as the bulk of these do.

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