|Would buy this product again.||60%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
read below because xlooceex got it completely right
I also find it fairly smudgy so if it hasnt faded yet its smudgy
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
i had hopes for this eyeliner...it draws one really well and dark. HOWEVER, it fades in about an hour. I use mac's eyeshadown base, which keeps on my mac eyeliner and other eyeshadow for up to 8 hours. no matter how much base/primer i use, this lancome eyeliner will just not stay on. i am quite said as this was quite expensive and now i dunno what to do with it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Call me old-fashioned...call me a rebel of modern technology, but I hate using those self-sharpening automatic twist up eyeliners. I've tried them from a variety of brands, and I have to pull and tug and poke just trying to get the e/l on my eyelid, that my eye is sore by the time I'm finished. Thats' one reason I purchased this pencil e/l from Lancome. Other factors were: the size...it's much longer than other brands, making it last months longer, and giving you more control when applying it.
Black Coffee is my FAVE.It is black, but there is the slightest hint of brown, so I wear it to work, and in the daytime. That way, I get to wear my beloved black without looking so harsh and "inky" at those times.
I find them especially good when I want a thin line on my lower lashes and slightly smudge it. When I wear cream/liquld eyeliner on my top lashes, I always use this for my lower.
There is never an issue with tugging or pulling with the eyeliner. It goes on very easy, but it's not at all "mushy". Just a perfect creamy pencil.
The reason I am ducking it a lippie, is that there is another pencil e/l I'm crazy about that's just as good as this one, from AVON (Ultra Luxury Liner), and when they're not on sale, they are $5.00 ea., but on sale they're sometimes $1.99. The reason I buy the Lancome, is for the Black Coffee shade. If i just needed the basic black, I'd just buy the cheaper.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Green
I'm, sadly, old enough to remember the days when this pencil was all the rage. The idea of rich, creamy KOHL liner was so exciting years back that this pencil was available in at least a dozen different colors. We had no choice but to deal with the problem of kohl smearing easily, until dryer options, like cake eyeliner, came along. Recently a SA assured me that Le Crayon Khol was better and more modernized than I had remembered it. She was wearing the liner herself, and said that it hadn't budged all day. So, I then become reacquainted with the rich color and easy glide-on application that kohl offers, until suddenly . . . I sneeze (which I do a LOT of, with my allergies). Then old memories return, of eyeliner that never truly dries and all those blotches of kohl color under the eyes that I have to lift off. Ah . . . some things NEVER change. In the big picture, it's nice that kohl is still available, for those who prefer creamy, rich, soft, smudgable eyeliner. And there will always be plenty of newbies who will be impressed with Le Crayon Khol's Best of Beauty Hall of Fame award from Allure. But as for myself, I'm much happier remembering this product as a distant memory.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought this in black lapis cuz of the name alone. Just finished watching Alexander - angelinas eyes are sooooo mesmerizing and intense I needed eyeliner bad. Anyway this is fantastic! I always love when others rim the inside of their eyes but my eyes were too sensitive - I tried everything - rimmel, chanel - you name it. Found the guerlain eye kohl - gorgeous AND long lasting - but not a great color selection. The black lapis is dark, smooth and cool -has a hint of blue that makes my eyes look bright and huge. Evertime I wear it I get comments - but NOT on my makeup - on my eyes=).Great alone on just the rims for day. Also love lining the upperlid and inner rim for playtime. Brown eyed girls You'll love this!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love Lancome products, i think they're always right on the spot. But i was dissappointed with the Le Crayon Kohl. The color was great, the black is really black which is what i wanted, but it smudges like crazy!
My friends tried my pencil to see if its maybe just my eyes, but it smeared on theirs too! My mom bought it aswell and she had the same problem, so it proved to me that it\s not just my pencil or my eyes, but this kohl isn't as great as others.
Age: Unknown Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I won't repurchase simply because this will last me at least another couple decades or so. I've used this a couple dozen times already, and still haven't had to sharpen it. That, and it's ridiculously long (like 7-8 inches or something). I have gris noir, and when I feel like doing a thick liner, I use this since black gives me too much of an Egyptiany look. It will crease and slightly smudge almost immediately, but that could be from 1) Asian eyelids 2) really oily skin 3) not using any sort of primer/base/sealer. Lasts reasonably well on my waterline, too. I'm hoping to find something better, but for now, I'll stick with this.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love..love..love.. Lancome's eyeliner.. It stays put throughout the wholeday.. I did try some other product eyeliner, but this one doesn't smear!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Lancome has some great makeup products. I really like their Kohl eyepencils; they come in the most beautiful colours and are very soft and non-irritating to my sensitive eyes. In fact these are the only khols I'm able to wear on the inner rims of my eyes. Overhere in Europe they aren't too expensive and you'll get an eyepencil that will last for years. And even my very sensitive eyes (with contacts) can tolerate them. I purchased Le Crayon Khol in #Vert Malachite, a gorgeous green teal (reminds me of Clinique CS Eyeshadow Peacock). My HG! Also I have this eyepencil in #Amethyst, a pretty purple. Very nice on green eyes indeed. These eyepencils are easy to apply, they are smooth and soft. On oily eyelids however they will smudge a little bit but by using a good primer or some foundation you'll be able to prevent smudging and creasing. Definately worth trying! P.s. you can take a look at both eyepencils and their swatches in my pictures. Update: the #Vert Malachite will be my favourite green eye pencil! *Pic in My Profile*
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I also received this pencil as GWP, have used it a few times without sharpening and there's barely a dent in the nib. Ebony Black is a VERY black, very dense and great for tightlining when you're in a hurry. This is one of a few kohl liners where you don't have to go back over the line to make the colour more dense (for Ebony Black anyway). It is very creamy and blendable, and therefore doesn't last all day. Whilst the price is fairly expensive I would say it's acceptable since you don't need to use very much with each application. However, I do prefer Clinique's Cream Shapers, which are equally creamy and easy to apply, but they actually stay put for most of the day.