|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
ever since i a make up artist used this on me during a chanel makeover even, i have been loving it. the color is a deeper green with shimmer - definitly noticeable on my PPP complexion and blue-green eyes - it really makes my eyecolor pop without overwhelming my coloring. And it truly does last, even on the waterline. After prepping my lids with UDPP and linging my eyes, the color doesnt budge ALL DAY =))))))))). And i have to mention that i really like that i can twist the product up and down so i dont break or damage the tip I would like to try more colors in the future but will def visit a chanel counter to see the shades in person.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I love this.
I have Mac powerpoint,Shu Uemura ,Laura Mercier and i have to say that this one have abcolutly stay on power and don't smudge.I have it in black and i know sometime expensive is not the best but in this case Chanel WIN.
I buy it at edirectory.uk.co for 15 GBP.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I was talked into this by the Chanel SA.. since I discovered Gel liners, I have steered away from pencil liners as the Gels last much longer on me.
Well I think I have been re-converted.... this liner lasted all day, where the Bobbi Brown and MAC gel liners last way less for me. While this is a greenish shade, it's not an obvious green and was still nice on my greyish blue eyes- its more of an off-black. The colour reminds me of the Clinique Creamshaper in Egyptian. If you want a noticeably green liner this is not it.
Much firmer texture than the Creamshapers, and also lasts longer- this lasts longer than any other eyeliner I have tried- I just took a long flight, New York to Sydney- and I STILL had liner when I arrived- that's lasting power!
I want more! While pricey, if something works, it's worth paying a bit extra.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I originally loved Chanel's Le Crayon Kohl in Black Jade, but the lasting power really started to leave something to be desired for the pricetag. I decided to give these waterproof pencils a try, and I've found them to be a vast improvement over the kohl pencils. Celadon is a beautiful blackened green shade. I like it because it's a somewhat softer look than using a black eyeliner, so it doesn't stand out or compete with other aspects of your makeup if you don't want it to. The lasting power on my lower rim is much better with Celadon than with Black Jade-- not necessarily perfect, but it will last me at least 8 hours and still look like I have it on (I'm also not much of an eye rubber, nor do my eyes water, so that helps). Give this color a try!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I saw the initial review for this and jumped on it, sight unseen from Gloss.com. Well, lo and behold, this eyeliner is not what its cracked up to be. NOT waterproof. smeary smudgy mess after 5-6 hours. What a disappointment. And at $26.50, this is so not worth it. Picked up Celadon, a gorgeous blackened forest green with shimmer. On my hand, this lasted all day with rubbing. However on my eyes, smudgy mess. What a disappointment. Colors are beautiful but performance is lacking. The old waterproof liners were better.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I hate Chanel makeup!! This smears like crazy!! Their eyeliners suck! Their foundations suck! Can't they do anything right?! I hate to say this but Revlon Colorstay is sooo much better!!!!...AND CHEAPER TOO!