I've been wearing winged eyeliner for a few months straight now (of course I'll try other things but it's been apart of my daily routine). I absolutely love the idea of making it a signature mark as my friend Michelle did. Looks wonderful on her; I must say she's the reason I started wearing winged liner routinely.
Now, I've been trying out different liquid liners so I'd love to explain to you what a like and dislike about certain liners.
I started using Lorac "Front of the Line Pro" ($22) and loved it because it was easy to use; just like using a pen, and it was convenient because you didn't have to carry around a brush. This eyeliner offers control and precision. The only default was the line this product releases is too precise when it comes to filling in. If you're in a bit of a rush, it'll take a little time to fill in the rest of your liner. Layers and layers later, you have the perfect winged-liner. Great if you just want a precise wing and used something else to fill in the rest.
Then I started using MAC "Fluidline" ($15) which I love because it glide on so easily and I prefer using a brush (just can't stand having to carry one around in my makeup bag). I use the MAC 263 synthetic angled eyeliner brush which is a dream! Now the only problem with this product is that during summer, my face sweats and my lids get kinda greasy. I know, not attractive. When my lid gets greasy, this liner smudges. I've tried to prevent it by laying primer under, but nothing seems to stop this liner from running in the heat. Otherwise, it's perfect for cooler weather when you're not sweating.
And then my sister Ann and I did a makeup swap and she gave me this, the Shu Uemura "Painting Liner" ($24). A little too pricey for my wallet but since I basically got it for free, I was incredibly excited. I tried it out straight away. What I was immediately turned off by was the fact that this liner is super thick. Almost tar-like. I carefully ran it across my lids and left the house for work. When I got home from work, everything was still in place! No running, no smudges, or creasing! A little difficult to apply because it doesn't glide on as well as the MAC "Fluidline", but definitely my favorite because it does not budge.