Lola is a medium to dark brown with copper and gold reflects. My apologies for the picture of a used pencil but it actually helps you see the coloured flecks in the brown base. The texture of the pencil is creamy and it doesn't drag when applying. I do find I am unable to apply a neat, thin line but that isn't unusual for me with this style of pencil.
The colour sets quickly so there is only a small window for smudging the line. It is true to the long-lasting name and the colour remains intense until I remove in the evening. However, I have found that it transfers to the crease on my eyes. This is surprising as the line seems smudge proof.
I do wish there was a means of sharpening the pencil as there is with the BECCA pencils. Whether or not this would be a concern for you depends on how thin you like your line. I will try and apply the colour using a brush next time to see if this gives me a little more control.
I thought it might be useful to draw your attention to this little note on the packaging. These pencils have non-retractable mechanism so it is important not to wind too much out at a time. I know Everyday Beauty noted that it wasn't possible to wind the pencil back in once it is over-wound.
I am very pleased with the colour and creaminess of Lola. I find the shimmer stops it from look too flat. I do wonder if the original eye kohl might suit my needs better though as I like the control of a point. I am intrigued to know how the two pencils compare in terms of creaminess and wear time. I may have to cave and purchase the kohl version of Lola for research purposes.
The Rouge Bunny Rouge Long-lasting Eye Pencils cost £22 and are available from Zuneta who ship Worldwide.