Silkissime liners run $8.99 but you could easily get them cheaper with coupons or promotions, but are definitely worth picking up. I really wanted 'Black', which is the most gorgeous matte pitch black (gives UD's Zero a major run for it's money) but they didn't have it and I settled for Charcoal (which I still love).
Charcoal is slightly shimmery, as seen in the swatch above. Its not totally noticeable on the eye, but its there.
Because this is an extremely creamy liner, oily eyes should prime well. Silkissime claims to wear for 16 hours and is waterproof. The waterproof part is definitely apparent, you need dual phase makeup remover to get this off. The 16 hours---well, the liner lasted about 13 looking pretty darn perfect on my eye, but I chose to take it off then.
I primed my eyes well and this stayed, but when used on the waterline, I found the creaminess smudged a bit to my lower lash line, so be aware of that. However, if you are into the smudgy look--this does that well! You have a few seconds to smudge out before it really sets.
Keep in mind that my pencil eyeliner skills lack from obvious lack of practice, but I managed a decent cat eye and the look remained all day (I'm not wearing mascara here so it would look way better with mascara ha..).
Overall, I am pleased and pleasantly surprised by L'Oreal Silkissime liner, even if I can't say the name for the life of me.
Have you tried it?