Apr 5, 2011

Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner - NEW Shades...

Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner - NEW Shades...

                                       Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner
Finally a waterproof liquid liner that glides on with ease, won't smudge or run, and stays in place until you say when! The thin marker-like tip is easy to use even for the least experienced, and delivers a defined thin line to a dramatic bold line with precision. Goes on smoothly without skipping, smudging, or pulling, and lasts all day!

- Waterproof and easy-to-use
- Goes on smoothly without skipping
- Lasts all day long!

Introducing New Shades:
Dark Brown - A perfect brown for all skintones
Indigo - A cool midtone blueAn easy-application, waterproof liquid liner that stays on all day and night.

Size: 0.016 oz
Price: $20
Availability: Sephora, Ulta, Stila


My Four Ps

The Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner is priced at $20 and contains 0.016 fl. oz. of product. There are cheaper alternatives at drugstores such as the L'Oreal Lineur Intense Felt Tip Eyeliner which is about $8.99 for 0.05 fl oz or the Revlon ColorStay Eye Pen which is $8.99 or NYX Super Skinny Eye Marker which is $8.99. These drugstore alternatives are all half the price and work well. However, I prefer my Stila simply because I can get strong opaque color in one swipe and the color will not bleed, fade, flake or smudge. Plus it's waterproof and doesn't dry out after a few uses. Cheaper brands may not always have the same quality as higher end brands so be mindful of that. Either way, it's a personal choice based on budget and what you need in a liquid liner.

The Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner is a pen-type liquid liner with a felt tip. The packaging is a basic black bit I think the key is in the felt tip, which is flexible and soft (some can be dry and scratchy) and the cap, which snaps securely in place to help prevent the product from drying out.  

Product & Performance
I have loved this eyeliner since last year at The Makeup Show when I picked up the black one. The product is nicely pigmented and applies with a solid opaque line in one swipe. It is also not runny so it won't bleed into lines. It is long lasting, budgeproof and smudgeproof. There is no flaking when the product dries and it does not fade over time. It is also waterproof (tried and tested) but it removes easily with soap and water. 

The felt tip is soft and pliable and the colors apply really well without dragging or tugging on sensitive eyelid skin. The tip is thin and long enough to create thin or thick lines in one quick stroke.

The two new colors are great but are darker than expected which can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on your tastes. The brown is a deep dark neutral brown while the blue is a solid deep navy blue color. There is nothing neon or bright about these shades. 

Thumbs all the way up. I love this liner!

  Indigo/Dark Brown

 Indigo/Dark Brown

Wearing  Indigo on the upper lashline


- Pull gently on the upper corner of the eye area to stretch and smooth the eye before lining with the Stay All Day Liquid Liner. This will make it easy to line and eliminate bleeding.

- Apply the liner as close to the lashes as possible. In order to avoid a gap between the lashes and the lining, try painting the liner into the lashes using small feathering strokes.

- It is usually easiest to apply liquid eyeliner by starting at the area of the eye where the brush naturally falls. For right-handed women this is most likely a left to right motion; for left-handed women it is usually a right to left motion.

- Stay All Day Liquid Liner is the perfect product for creating glamorous cat eyes. The best cat eye can be achieved by extending the eye shape. Use the lower lash line as a guide and create the wing first. Then connect it when lining the rest of the eye. Also, as a good rule of thumb, begin to line upward at the second to last lash.


  1. What mascara are you wearing? I must have!

  2. You can find details of the look here: http://thefancyface.blogspot.com/2011/02/blue-fringes-look.html

  3. Hey Tina! I tried Indigo yesterday when i was in Ulta. I tested it out on my hand and when I ran my slightly wet finger over the test spot, it came right off but I did like the application and how soft and flexible the tip is. Have you tried the L'Oreal Lineur Intense Felt Tip Eyeliner in Carbon Black? Youtuber TiffanyD swears by it. If so, is there a big difference? Thanks! : )

  4. I'm curious about this!! Do you like these better than gel eyeliner? I use MAC fluidline. I wear contacts and I sometimes have issues with waterproof eyeliner sticking to my contacts if my eyes water.

  5. Oh that sux Carnita. I never had that problem with them before. Was it completely dry? If not I can see it wiping off. I love the soft tip too. I don't like drugstore brand because the flet tips tend to be scratchy against my lids. Ouch. I didn't try the L'Oreal Intense one just yet but I want to.

  6. Hey danisaddiction. I like both gel and liquid to be honest. I use gel when I have shimmery eyeshadow but I use the liquid for matte looks or simple looks. The gel adheres to shimmer better than the liquid.

    It sounds like u use the liner on ur waterline if it sticks to ur contacts. Am I right? If so I wouldn't suggest using a liquid liner on ur waterline at all.

  7. Nope, I only use MAC Feline or MAC graphblack on my waterline. I have allergies, so my eyes water. Some waterproof eyeliners won't stay put and when they mix with my tears, it sticks to my contacts! It's frustrating to say the least haha. I would love a liquid liner to use on my upper lashline, so I may have to try this out! I love your blog!


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