Stila's £14 Stay All Day Liquid Eyeliner voted best by Reddit users who say the 'budge-proof' formula is the best they've EVER usedJanuary 10, 2019
But while we're spent the past 10 years trying (and failing) to recreate Lauren Conrad's super chic signature winged eyeliner from The Hills, the make-up aficionados of Reddit have crowned this high street liner their all-time favourite.
- Stila Stay All Day Liquid Liner, £14.50 from Look Fantastic – buy now
Ranking all their tried-and-test eyeliners on the Make-Up Addictions group, fans can't stop gushing about Stila's £14 Stay All Day Liquid Liner.
Something of an old beauty blogger favourite, this felt tip liner makes for precise application along the lash line without leaving any pesky gaps.
Labelling it Stila's award-winning product the "best liquid eyeliner I've ever used in my entire life", one impressed shopper was full of praise for the "extremely pigmented and budge-proof" formula.
They wrote: "Give it a good 5-10 seconds to dry down and you'll have something that will withstand even the busiest day.
"The thin tip is like a marker's so it's easy to create beautiful graphic eyeliner. Very useful for simply lining your eyes as well and to make the lash area appear darker."
Better still, the liquid eyeliner even lasted a "good five months of almost daily use".
Meanwhile, another fan gushed: "This has been my #1 eyeliner for years. It's still the blackest eyeliner I've tried and the tip allows for such sharp wings."
And just when you thought there was nothing this eyeliner couldn't withstand, one user added: "Stila has stayed on through a hot yoga class when I forgot to take my makeup off! If that's not good staying power, I don't know what is."
*Adds to basket immediately*
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