Jordana • Easyliner Easy Liner - All • Lip Liners
|Would buy this product again.||90%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Other
Perfect lip liner! Very smooth and the colors are vibrant. I will no longer purchase UD or Mac lip liners when I could easily get the same quality for 2 bucks! Great job Jordana!!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
What an outstanding lip liner! I picked it up for $2.49 in Walgreens. You get so much product for your money and the quality is unreal. It's nice and creamy so it just glides on my lips. I use it to line and then fill in..... there are days I just use it like that and do not top it with a thing and it looks amazing and never makes my lips feel dry...... lasts a really long time before I even need to touch it up. This pencil gives great coverage and is so pigmented. They come in a nice range of colors so I'm sure there is one there to your liking. If you're in the market for an inexpensive lip liner that is high quality check out Jordana.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
so far..haven't found anything I don't like about this product..other than the fact that not all Walgreen's carry Jordana..i bought this in Seattle...needed a lipliner while on vacation and thought this color, the Baby Berry, was nice..it is the perfect shade of pink...just intensifies the color of my own lips without changing the color too much...I am fairskinned with pink undertones and this color looks beautiful...and the retractable feature..who could beat that? I generally don't give anything 5 stars do to cost..i mean a product can be great but if it breaks the bank what good is it? This is a couple of bucks, looks nice and the packaging is great...well done Jordana!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Ok first of all I did not even like the color.Than why did you buy it you ask . My grandpa bought it for me knowing I love makeup.well I did not love this one.first of all it stayed on for two whole days .and knowing that I did not even like the color you understand I did not like that.I tried everything to get it of but nothing worked.Also while I was using it and It kept breaking. And guess where the product ended up?On my carpet. And it would not get out what ever I tried. And it did not come out in three days like my lips,no one year later and it is still on my carpet till this day.I am never buying that agai and wasting my time and money.the end.see not all stories have happy endings.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I have this in several shades; as it happens I'm wearing Sugar Bronze today, which is a rosy/light bronze shade, more on the pink than gold side. It's several shades darker than my natural lip color, but works great as a liner with medium-rosy lipstick shades.
These are great - retractable, good shade selection, and CHEAP - They're normally under $2 anyway, but I happened to score when a local Walgreens was getting rid of them (not sure if they were D/Cing carrying this or just re-doing their display or what), so I picked up like a dozen easyliners, both lip and eye, for something like 17 cents for most of them. Score!!
Even if you're not a big lipliner person (I usually hate it), these are really great for experimenting, since there's an awesome color selection and they're dirt cheap. Buy 'em up, beauty babes!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Excellent lip stain. I'm so impressed. PROS: retractable pencil (no sharpening), stain sticks WELL (I tested this and then did the following: flossed and brushed my teeth, took a shower, drank water and coffee and the stain was lighter [about half the power of when I put it on] but STILL there!), price $1.99, good color selection, no package waste (like a box or something) just plastic seal around pencil itself. CONS: I have to order this off of Cherry Culture so no local purchase whenever I want, I can't tell the colors as well when its on-line so sometimes I order a color I totally can't use. MUST TRY if you get the opportunity!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I LOVE these! I can buy every color, and they are so fun and interchangeable. I love the retractable design, because I really dislike wood pencils. The only drawback is that they don't have the best staying power, but for the price I can deal with reapplying!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
These are the most fabulous, moist and beautiful coloured lipliners. Never again will I buy a "wood pencil" liner. As a pro MA, these liners are basically disposable at $2.00 a pop. Jordana makes their pencils in Germany. They are excellent quality. You can afford to have every colour.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have so many of these but recently got the shade cabernet ! omg! i've never seen a color like that before. Its a mixture of grape and wine color... its awesome to wear it alone !
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I love these! I have 5! I started off with Tawny, which is the perfect my-lips-but-better color, and was in love. I have all the nudes as well, which are latte, Rock ‘n Roses, and Honey Dip. They are all kind of similar, and I don’t know that you would NEED all of them, but I love these so much, I wanted all of them. Lastly, I have cabernet, which is a deep plum color – and WOW is it smooth and dark.
Here is my comparison of all the other colors, which are pretty similar:
Tawny is a medium pink/brown hade. It’s sort of a rosy nude and great with deeper rosy nude shades. As I said before, this is a great MLBB shade.
Honey dip is the same tone as Tawny, but less pink. It’s a medium brown. I like to use this to define my lips when wearing a true nude without adding any pink/rosiness to it. It is not a straight up brown what gives you that nasty obvious brown lip liner look at all.
Rock ‘n Roses, again, is in the same kind of tone as the other two, but instead of the pink added to it in Tawney, it is more of a plum, but it at the same level of deepness – enough to define without an obvious line.
Latte is a straight up medium/light tan/brown. No pink or plum at all.
The reason why I have all these is because I am fare, and I like to wear nude lips, and these lip liners all allow me to get a great nude lip without looking like conealer lips or obvious lip liner. Sometimes I will even layer the shades to get the look I want. I also am a big gloss person, and these pare great with gloss. I just line the lips, blend inward with my finger and then apply gloss in the center of my lips. This is my most worn lip look.
Despite their $1.99 price, they have a good amount of pigmentation and smooth application. I also love that they are retractable. I find I never use my sharpenable lip liners because once they are dull, I am too lazy to sharpen them. I also never carry a sharpener with me, and since lips need constant reapplication, it really annoys me.
These don’t dry out, either, I have had Tawny and cabernet for YEARS and they are still good!. These are pretty much my favorite lip liners. They rival my rimmel, Revlon, Vincent longo … there is always one of these in my purse. I think they are highly underrated.