Create crisp, precise lines with a decadently creamy lip pencil that won’t pull, drag, or skip over the delicate skin around your lips. Long-Wear Crème Lip Liner glides along smoothly, laying down rich pigment that locks into place all day—no fading or feathering here.
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I thought my liner had already been used! The liner starts about half a cm below the opening. The image attached has the liner fully twisted up! It's ridiculous how short the product is.
Product is soft. Upon application it dries very fast and therefore doesn't budge. If you were to color your lips entirely -- you would firstly run out of product very fast and would definitely need a gloss or balm on top as the liner leaves your lips dry -- which is fine because it is a liner after all.
Overall it performs nicely, but not to the point of wow I have to restock once I run out. I feel so cheated with so little product.
The long wear lip liner does exactly what the description says and applied under lipstick does really make the lipstick last for many hours. With that said, I agree with another reviewer who stated they give you very little product and the liner also breaks easily if you put too much pressure on it.
Since I discovered Jouer lipliner, that's all I use!! and the Espresso is a great color, it's not as brown as you might think, kind of chestnut or maroonish. I love it.
This is a great liner for me. Easy to put on and stays there. I like the pink. Recommended!
... because of the little amount of product you get. It's not difficult to put on but it still drags my lips a little bit if my lips are completely dry (i.e. lip balm-free). I would try other colours if the pricing is more sensible given the amount of product you get.