Like the previous reviewer, I tried this product because EmilyNoel is constantly raving about it on YouTube. I had little expectation that it would work for me since I'm not a lip liner fan in general. Main complaints are they drag/are a pain to apply and dry out my lips. The color is so pretty on my skin, which is light-medium with yellow undertones. Baby berry is like my lips, but way better! I would say it's a pink-toned blush color that would work on anyone. I love how smooth & easy it is to fill in my lips with this and you don't have to worry about sharpening because its retractable. I'm a believer, and for $2, it's worth a try for someone looking to enhance their lipstick application by adding lip liner to the routine! My lips look full and flirty whenever I use this.
I saw Emilynoel83 rave about this on Youtube for a while. I really dont know what stopped me from jumping on the train with this one. When I got it I was hooked. I had to collect all I could get my hands on.
It is a gorgeous deep rose/purple/berry shade that looks stellar all on its own but provides a great base shade for a lipstick or gloss.
The formula is smooth and long lasting. The packaging was great for the price, the pencil is slim and best of all, does not require sharpening. I'd say the value is far more than the miniscule price tag attached to this.
The proof that dirt cheap can be HG! I love my Jordana lip liner in Baby Berry. I use it not just as a liner, but to entirely fill in my lips. I've topped it with Fresh lip treatment in Sugar Rose (sheer red), Revlon Lip Butter in Berry Smoothie and NYC in Park Avenue Pink. The combination of any of these products with Baby Berry makes my lips look full, defined and juicy. I can't believe such a great product exists for under $2.
These are very similar to the Rimmel Exaggerate liners IMO. They are thicker and creamy with good staying power but don't feel heavy on the lips. Very good pigmentation! They are super cheap with a nice color range. Packaging is cute and nice. This color is a pretty bright berry color- so not as wearable as some of the other colors but still nice.
This is a pretty good lip liner. I use it when I do my 40's winged liner look. I'm not brave enough for red lipstick but this is a very bold berry lip liner. It goes on smoothly, stays in place and prevents feathering. My only complaint is that it doesn't seem to last as long as I would like it to. Over all I give it 4 lippies. It loses one lippie because the staying power while decent is not as long lasting as some of my other lip liners. Packaging is typical, self sharpening pencil. The price is dirt cheap. I think it was $1.99. I would recommend this lipliner and will repurchase it when I use it up.
this is a true pink that really compliments my skin.. i just top it with my pinkish gloss and im good to go.. it is nice for natural look, not too bright, not pale.. love it!
This doesn't have the strong plasticy smell that some other Jordana Easyliner colors have such as Rock N' Rose, and it doesn't tug at all like Rock N' Rose. The color is aptly named, because I would describe it as a very dark berry pink. The cap is not too secure, but I love that it is an automatic pencil that does not require sharpening, at a very inexpensive price. I wear it with all my cool-toned dark mauve, rose and berry lippies. I would repurchase.
I grabbed this up from Walgreen's a few days ago. I like it. Its natural but it enhances my lips. I fill in my lips, slick on some chapstick, and voila! Goes on smooth, lasts nicely, and under two bucks!
A total HG lipliner and so cheap too! Looks so nice under my paler lipglosses. A pink shade that shows up yet looks nice and natural as well. Will continue to repurchase.