At some point, we've all purchased something whose results were, er, questionable, and didn't live up to our expectations or deliver the results we were so boldly promised. But no more! For the sake of you and your hard-earned money, The Huffington Post Canada Style team is putting the latest products to the test every week.

Testing: No Bleeding Lips Secret Lip Liner

Testing Period: One week

Tested By: Sarah Kelsey, Editor, Style

Price: $14.99, Shoppers Drug Mart

What It Is: A lip liner that's said to prevent the bleed of bright-coloured lipstick.

How To: Outline the lips just outside of your natural lip line. Apply lipstick and lip gloss as you normally would.

What We Thought: Wax-based and paraffin free, we have to admit, this is definitely a cool product. With little more than a swipe of this around our natural lip line, we could walk around in this season's brightest and poppiest pout shades without fear of feathering or bleeding (something that's important if you wear lipstick to the office and have to give presentations). Not only that, it's waterproof. The packaging claims the product will prevent lip smears for up to five hours, but we found it lasted a stitch longer (about seven).

The Downfalls: There are none. It works -- really, really well. And it's easy to apply. The only catch is if you don't wear lipstick a lot, it may not be worth buying.

Tips: You can always apply a second coat of this magic lip liner to your pout if you're excessively worried about lipstick bleeding or if you know you're headed out for a big night on the town.

Final Remarks: If you're a lipstick lover, you will become obsessed with this product.

Do you have something you want us to test out? Let us know @HuffPostCaStyle.

Check out the other products we have put to the test.

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  • Peptalash

    <strong>What We Thought:</strong> This is one product where you can believe the hype. Not only did Peptalash work, it enhanced the look of our lashes after only a couple days of use (far sooner than the guaranteed two-week timeframe). <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/10/03/indeed-labs-peptalash-put-to-the-test_n_1936801.html" target="_hplink">Read the post here.</a>

  • Kiss My Face Toothpaste And Mouthwash

    <strong>What We Thought:</strong> Kiss My Face is a-okay. The toothpaste was more of a gel than a cream, and the mouthwash was a bit more syrupy (than conventional brands). I'm a texture person, so at first this freaked me out, but I was able to push through. On the plus side, the minty flavouring of each product was deliciously all-natural (as opposed to tasting, well, fake). <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/09/24/natural-toothpaste-is-it-_n_1910569.html?utm_hp_ref=put-to-the-test" target="_hplink">Read the post here.</a>

  • Oribe's Apres Beach Wave And Shine Spray

    <strong>What We Thought:</strong> The spray created waves that looked as fresh in the p.m. as they did in the a.m. And my locks never looked like I had applied mounds of product to create the faux curls (i.e. hard and crusty). While the scent of the product left something to be desired, it was a small price to pay for awesomely wavy strands. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/09/20/get-wavy-hair-we-put-orib_n_1900394.html?utm_hp_ref=put-to-the-test" target="_hplink">Read the post here.</a>

  • Viviscal's Micro-Pedi

    What We Thought: The product definitely works. After rubbing the tool over my heels for about five minutes (which crack easily because of all of the running and working out I do), they felt smooth and soft. And, as an added bonus, the pain associated with my cracked heels all but disappeared. The product is simple to use. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/08/28/diy-pedicure-we-put-vivis_n_1837354.html?utm_hp_ref=put-to-the-test" target="_hplink">Read the post here.</a>

  • J.Crew Collars & Cuffs Stain Bar

    <strong>What We Thought:</strong> This bar has become a staple in my get-clothes-clean repertoire. It works -- and incredibly well. With one simple scrub, I've been able to banish every stain from my light-coloured items, including from one BCBG shirt I've had (and have been trying to clean) for years. What's more, this bar is non-toxic, biodegradable and hypo-allergenic (something that's super important for a sensitive-skinned gal like me). It's quite literally one of the best laundry products I've ever used. Read the post here.

  • SkinCeuticals Pigment Regulator

    What We Thought: Did it work? Yes, the spots on my face are lighter, and I have some product left in the bottle, but the affected areas on my face aren't as light as I would like them to be (or expect them to be after regular use of a product). That being said, no other product has worked as well (of the many I've tried). And the company recommends using it for three months to see its true effects -- I've only been using it for two and a half. My mother has told me she's noticed a remarkable difference in how dark my "spots" are (meaning, they're lighter than they once were). <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/08/15/skinceuticals-pigment-reg_n_1784153.html" target="_hplink">Read the post here.</a>

  • Black 15In1: Twice A Week Miracle Shampoo

    <strong>What We Thought:</strong> At first I was afraid of only washing my hair twice a week. I'm a wash every day kind of gal. And because Toronto has been 30+ degrees for the past month, I haven't stopped sweating -- this really affects what my hair looks like. Still, I tried this product -- and I liked it. While I wasn't able to cut my shampoo routine to twice a week if I was going out at night (I don't like going out with greasy-ish hair), this product was great for the work week. I could wake up after days of no shampooing and my hair would still look clean -- there were no signs I didn't wash my hair. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/07/16/twice-a-week-miracle-hair_n_1676365.html?1342543306#slide=1229602" target="_hplink">Read the post here.</a>

  • Denim Cut-Offs

    What We Thought: For someone who is the least crafty person on planet Earth, this was the easiest DIY I've ever attempted, and with good results. I'm unique in the fact that I bought second-hand jeans without checking first to see whether they would fit around my thighs and booty. So alas, I made jorts for a Cabbage Patch Kid-sized person, but they look really good otherwise. I'm really into the denim cut-off in the summer because of the ease of wearing it all the time. They are comfortable and look good with every shirt already in my closet. I bought white Levis because I thought it was something that my closet was lacking, but alas, they are too small. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/07/04/make-denim-cut-off-shorts_n_1647521.html" target="_hplink">Read the post here</a>

  • Live Clean De-Puffing Roller Eye Treatment

    <strong>What We Thought:</strong> This de-puffing roller treatment came exactly at the right time. Summer for me, means late nights and early mornings which also means dark circles. I had high hopes for this rollerstick but unfortunately, I didn't see a change in the dark circles. However, I think these circles are engrained in my skin now. What I did really enjoy about it was how cooling it was every morning. After a long night out, it was a nice little treat every morning around my eyes. It didn't look greasy as some under-eye treatments do so that was a definite bonus. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/05/29/de-puffing-roller-eye-treeatment_n_1552605.html?utm_hp_ref=put-to-the-test" target="_hplink">Read the post here.</a>

  • Ardell Self-Adhesive Lashes

    <strong>What We Thought:</strong> At first I was weary about wearing fake eyelashes out in public (my daily beauty routine is super simple), but it was nice to have really thick and full lashes for a night out. They looked natural, and they looked great on my best friend who also tried a pair (she has shorter lashes than i do). I really liked the fact these lashes were self-adhesive -- I didn't have to deal with globs of glue accumulating on my lash line. I even slept in them -- they were still on and looking good in the morning! Pretty impressive. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/05/14/fake-eyelashes-put-to-the-test_n_1515534.html" target="_hplink">Read the story here.</a>

  • Bumble And Bumble Surf Spray

    <strong>What We Thought:</strong> I tested this product before bed and it gave my hair a perfect I-just-stepped-out-of-the-ocean-look. It's perfect for summer. Unfortunately, the look didn't last until morning, which means every a.m. you'll have to redo the above process if you want to maintain a seaside hairstyle. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/05/08/bumble-and-bumble-surf-spray-review_n_1499458.html" target="_hplink">Read the post here.</a>

  • Goody QuikStyle Paddle Brush

    <strong>What We Thought: </strong>After using the brush four to five times I did notice a few things. For starters, it actually does the job of collecting excess water from your hair. I tried it once getting out of the shower and after drying my hair with a towel -- in both cases there was less water dripping from my hair and all over my clothes. Secondly, this brush does an amazing job of untangling locks. My hair is naturally straight so it only took me one to two strokes to achieve smooth straight hair. The brush is also very light, so you don't have to worry about it getting heavy as it fills with H2O.<br><a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/04/16/goody-quickstyle-paddle-brush-_n_1428543.html" target="_hplink">Read the post here. </a>

  • Redken All Soft Argan-6 Oil

    <strong>What We Thought: </strong>With the changing season, my hair tends to dry out. After using the oil about seven to eight times every other day (and washing my hair) I did notice my hair felt more hydrated and, generally, softer. My roots and ends were in better shape, too -- even after using a heated iron. The oil is very lightweight, which won't make your locks look or feel heavy.<br> <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/04/12/redken-all-soft-argan-oil_n_1406543.html" target="_hplink">Read the story here. </a>

  • Rimmel Lash Accelerator Serum

    <strong>What We Thought:</strong> My lashes are not that long in length and also tend to fall out. For the most part, I didn't notice any change in the length of my lashes, but they did feel thicker. When I applied regular mascara my lashes were fuller and after two weeks, fell out less.<br><a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/04/02/rimmel-lash-accelerator-serum-_n_1397576.html" target="_hplink">Read the post here.</a>

  • LUSH's "No Drought" Dry Shampoo

    <br><strong>What We Thought</strong>: If you're like me, your hair is destined to be oily. I often forgo conditioner or anything moisturizing for my hair. I also stay away from gels and hairspray. I wanted to use dry shampoo to save time and to avoid washing my hair everyday. For the most part, it worked -- and because it's LUSH, it smells fantastic.<br><a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2011/12/12/lush-no-drought-dry-shampoo_n_1144935.html?ref=put-to-the-test" target="_hplink">Read the post here. </a>

  • Sephora's Nail Bling In Gold Bubbles

    <br> <strong>What We Thought:</strong> It was fantastic to have the most blinged out nails at a party. It caught people's eyes and had them asking questions about "how" -- and sometimes "why" -- our nails got so bedazzled. Without nail polish underneath the stickers, the whole look seemed a little strange, though. <br><a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2011/12/08/glamorama-nail-art_n_1088960.html?ref=put-to-the-test" target="_hplink">Read the post here. </a>

  • Broadway Nails imPress Press-On Manicure In Zebra Stripe

    <br><strong>What We Thought: </strong>This was the easiest instant nail lift we've ever had. The entire process took about 10 minutes, and we didn't have to fret about trimming the press-ons in various shapes to fit our fingers (they were the perfect size!). Due to the sheer simplicity of the process, this pack is perfect for when you're running behind schedule and don't have time to actually paint your nails and wait for them to dry.<br> <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2011/12/15/press-on-nails-test_n_1151056.html?ref=put-to-the-test" target="_hplink">Read the post here.</a>

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