It comes in a sleek black pen with silver labelling and feels comfortable and sturdy. The cap (not shown) doesn't fall off and isn't at all flimsy.
Here's a quick swatch on my hand:
I really struggled with this! I'm so used to the kind of ink-pot liquid liners with a brush that the felt tip just felt so hard and bizarre. Once I had actually go into the swing of things it wasn't bad at all, it was just a case of getting used to the change. I really love the vibrant colour of this liner, it's certainly different and I'd love to use it with a smokey blue or green eye.
I trialled this liner on a cold, rainy, December day and the longevity really surprised me. It was nicely pigmented and didn't fade at all during the day. I had some slight bleeding from the rain (it doesn't claim to be waterproof) but other than that it literally did not budge. Obviously I didn't wear this for 24 hours. It annoys the hell out of me when companies claim 24 hour wear because honestly, I don't think anybody is really willing to test it! I've worn this a couple of times since and it hasn't let me down. Particularly now I've learnt to control the pen a little better. It is really easy to create precise shapes with the nib. I really wish Collection did this product in a brown because that's what I'm currently on the hunt for, but for a fun pop of colour you can't beat it. Particularly when it's only £2.99! Plus there's usually some great offers on with this brand so it's well worth giving them a look.