Whenever I see these in my drawers, I laugh because when I was swatching them, a fellow swatcher decided to grab a green one and draw a wang on my hand.
We ended up spending about 20 minutes trying to get the wang off, it didn't work. I came home, washed my hands many a time, had a shower and washed my hair and yet my hand was still adorned with the wang. This alone should be testament to how long lasting these liners are.
I picked up two and the wang artiste picked two up as well. Then, due to my general lack of direction knowing skills, we got lost..and it rained..and my umbrella broke..and I got water in my shoes..
Here are the swatchy bits..
They photograph a bit wimpy looking but they pack a lot of pigment. Both dry very quickly which is a good thing for me because I do like adding some glitter over them when I wear them to parties. The purple photographs a bit pinker than it actually is, it's a darker purple than shown here.
These deserve to be called Extreme as they really are. I wore the black one to an Indian function (cue lots of dancing) and I fell asleep with it on and it was still on in the morning. It hadn't budged at all. I read somewhere (I can't remember where, sorry!) that these tend to stain. They didn't stain me as whenever I've worn them, my makeup remover has taken them off with no hassle.