I love working with color, and using bright liquid liner is one of the easier ways of adding it in, or accenting other colors. Urban Decay’s range of liquid liners are the best I’ve seen. Most brands have a few dark shades, varying deep neutrals–eggplant, navy, brown. Urban Decay has those, as well as bright teal, chartreuse, royal blue, violet. I haven’t found other brands with as wide of a selection, for what is, in the end a decent formula. I consider these liners to be a staple in my collection, though I sort of grit my teeth at each color being 18$. Don’t ask me WHY that doesn’t bother me, to buy a single blush for that price, or a MUFE eyeshadow. Somehow there’s a little part of my head that expects liquid liner to be cheaper. Ah well.
Ecstasy is a bright, pink toned purple, with a faint silver shimmer. I’ve previously written about UD’s liquid liners, in another color.
There’s not much new to add. They apply easily, are very pigmented, and wear well, although they don’t hold up to water. There’s a nice range of colors in the line, although all of the ones I own are their standout BRIGHTS. The threading for the lid is on the inside, so the lid DOES sometimes get stuck, after you’ve opened adn closed it a few times, and product from the brush has built up on it. It’s a cute little genie bottle, that doesn’t really affect the amount of product you can use—it’s a liquid formula that settles to the bottom, and the brush. I’ve had no issues getting an even amount of product on it, and it hasn’t dried out, even after owning it for a year.
And here it is, on the eyes.