Are you like me and struggle to apply liquid liner? Or find it smudges on your lids? Well enter the new innovation in liquid liner, Nudestix Rock N Roller Eyeliner* and Revlon Colorstay Exactify Liquid Liner*. Nudestix was first and then of course the drugstore followed soon after. So are they different, and which one is better?
So they’re both have the same or very similar technology. They both come in a small pot and the applicator is a tiny wheel tip making it easy to apply and achieve a fine point.
About Nudestix Rock N Roller Eyeliner
- Retails for $35 AUD and available now in Sephora
- Available in 3 shades; Golden Rosé, Bronze Patina and Black Moon
- To apply you shake the pot, then I found the best way to apply it is to start from the outside of the eye (where you want your point to finish) and wheel it in. You do need to hold the eyelid taught.
- It’s a bit difficult to get the hang of it at first, but for my second attempt it was so much easier.
- The wheel make its so easy to get a precise line and point. However I did struggle to create width.
- Its easy to remove and touch up using Micellar Water.
- But it does dry down so you don’t need to worry about it smudging.
- Its also easy to remove with micellar water or a cleansing oil.
- Below I’m wearing the shade Bronze Patina which is absolutely stunning. It does have a metallic finish but still very wearable during the day.
About Revlon Colorstay Exactify Liquid Liner:
- Retails for $25.95 and available in stores now.
- Available in 4 shades; Intense Black, Sparkling Black, Mulberry and Mermaid Blue.
- I noticed with the Revlon Liquid Liner you had to give it a good shake otherwise it can come out looking separated.
- The design is exactly the same as the Nudestix Eyeliner and you apply the same way.
- Personally I found this more difficult to apply than the Nudestix Eyeliner- don’t ask me why. You can see from the photo below, I struggled to get a smooth straight line.
- Similar to the Nudestix eyeliner I found it dries down and doesn’t smudge but also easy enough to remove.
- Below I’m wearing the shade Mulberry, which is like purple/ bronze tone.
So as you can see they are both very similar products and even price wise there’s not too much of a difference. I think in the end its up to you which shade you want, as that will help you decide which brand to purchase.
*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.
**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.
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