I bought this after reading some excellent reviews of these pencils. I actually swatched the wrong set of pencils to start with and fell for a beautiful forest green colour. The green in the waterproof formula wasn't quite as dark and had a frost finish so instead, I opted for the colour Shimmering Burgundy (#5).
The pencil is very creamy and transfers colour with the lightest touch, so it's extremely easy to apply. There is a window of time in which you can smudge the line after which it sets. Although it sets it doesn't lose the creamy, rich appearance which I really like. This liner truly is long lasting, I find it's still there at the end of the day without any fading and I need to use a good waterproof eye makeup remover to take it off. As it's waterproof, I also don't have to worry about my watery eyes spoiling the line.
I'm really pleased with the colour, it's a cooler purple than the word Burgundy would suggest. The 'shimmering' finish gives it a rich appearance. I have used this to add colour to a neutral eye look but I'm also keen to try it as a base to purple eyeshadow like I did in this previous post.
The pencil comes in about six different colours: #1 Black Ink, #2 Patent Leather (brown), #3 Ultramarine (see The Non-Blonde's post), #5 Shimmering Burgundy, #6 Amazon Green and the special edition #7 Absinthe. I suspect I'm missing #4 but I can't find mention of it anywhere online and I forgot to check all the colours whilst at the counter. I am quite tempted to get the brown as it's such a good eyeliner formula. These pencils cost £18 but you may wish to take advantage of Debenhams current 10% off on all beauty products. They come packaged with their own sharpener.