Here are more finds from Nordstrom Racks (which means these are discontinued). I have swatched these Urban Decay 24/7 Liquid Liner years ago and do like a lot of the shades. Being myself, I didn't (and don't) pay over 20 bucks for something that would only get used a handful of times (at most) during their lifespan.
In a way, these are kind huge plastic costume jewelry that start to look weird after the 2nd time being worn so it's a little silly (with my budget) and expensive to pay that much for a fun item.
The Nordstrom Racks price was 7 or 8 bucks (and these went on clearance) so I walked home with two. A gunmetal called Revolver and a hot pink called Woodstock. The packaging on a lot of these liquid liner confuses me: Apparently the larger and slightly longer part is the handle (not the container)...I spilled some of Woodstock when I opended it upside down.
The brushes (not pokey felt tip) is much more user-friendly. They are gentle on the lashline and much easier to control. I can get a thin and even line without redrawing over. The formula is watery(texture, not sheer when it comes to intensity) but lasts a long timer once set...I just need to make sure it's applied on a clean and dry surface).
Revolver is an interesting shade for definition. So far it doesn't go with any of my eyeshadow and I don't like it by itself (I don't like using dark liner shades). Woodstock, in the other hand, it's a knockout.
It goes well with bronzy neutrals (Here is Lunasol Vivid Clear in Bronze Brown Collection) and purply-taupe. It's a nice pop of color for summer when you don't want to do the turquoise clinche (hey, I like this as well).
Plus, it's thin enough that it doesn't occupy the entire lid space when I open my eyes. To think of it, I still prefer Lunasol palettes sans liner.
Anyway. I think these are worth the few bucks and I won't mind some deep navy and taupe if I can get them cheap.