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on 1/16/2017 7:06:00 PM
More reviews by sekamika
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I'll keep buying it, again and again!
on 11/26/2015 3:10:00 PM
More reviews by FlourishingCreative
Skin: Combination, Tan, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I saw a photo of myself at the beach without eyemakeup on and immediately went on a wild search for a waterproof crayon. I learned that only a few brands had these jumbo waterproof liners and the Sephora brand delivered on performance at a much lower price. Also if you go to the large Sephora stores they have an insane variety of shades. The Kaki and Purple shades really pop on my medium brown eyes. It wears all day without fading or smudging. The liner goes on smooth and blends easily.I also own the beige shimmer crayon. On a light to pale complexion this is a beautiful, subtle, iridescent log wear shadow. My complexion is much darker than this stick and it would not be very flattering as a shadow on me, but I knew that when I purchased it. I smudge this on my lid and pat it in with my finger and then layer any color shadow on top. I use this jumbo liner as a long-wear base to make my eyeshadow colors appear brighter and I am pleased with its performance.
on 8/8/2015 6:44:00 AM
More reviews by MyriadFlower
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool
Hair: Black, Wavy, Other
*sighs* Before I start on this review, I do have to mention that this was the first eyeshadow-type product that I ever bought with my own money. This is possibly the only way I can excuse the particular shade that I purchased which most certainly cannot be described as wearable on a day to day basis. I love the colour, but I've worn it maybe... twice? It really isn't just something you can slap on and then expect to look good - this takes work.I bought the shade 011 Turquoise, which is a bright, in your face metallic blue, reminiscent of the 80s. Which is literally the only kind of look I can pull off with it, so very much a party sort of colour. The product itself is fabulous - it stays on all day, the colour doesn't fade, it doesn't crease even without powder etc. I haven't checked its waterproof properties, but it is quite difficult to smudge or blend even right after application, if that makes any difference. But really, this stuff does not budge.Oh, and the cap does not stay on, so this has caused a few more mishaps than I would like for a product that I don't really use that much, but that can be fairly easily avoided. Just don't carry it around - you don't really need to - and you'll be safe.I wouldn't repurchase this particular shade (a bad decision on the part of my 12 year old self) but I might pop in to get one of the more neutral colours, as the formula works great.
on 7/15/2015 12:38:00 PM
More reviews by Trying4flawless
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
I purchased a dark blue liner (marine) on clearance for $3.99, and love it. I had a ton of compliments on my green eyes that day. Sadly slept in my make-up the evening after I tried it, and woke up to it not smeared and intact..Not that I recommend that ;)..I will be purchasing in other colors!
on 3/30/2015 9:34:00 PM
More reviews by Chritylala
Hair: Blond, Other, Fine
I've been using long wearing eyeliners for years and this one lasts the longest. I have oily skin (and eyelids) and this lasts on my upper lids for at least 7 hours. Others I've tried only last about 3 to 4 hours max.
on 8/29/2014 4:48:00 PM
More reviews by luxlisbon15
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium
I bought a white one of these about a month back, and I love it! It doesn't take layering it on thick or anything to get it to stay, you just swipe it on your water line and it's perfect and stays for a really long time. It makes my eyes look dewy and doe like, so I naturally love this stuff. The only thing that bugged me about it was that the cap doesn't stay on, and even though it's annoying I deal with it because it's such a great eyeliner.
on 5/8/2014 1:59:00 PM
More reviews by pillager13
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium
Why do Sephora brand products suck so much? I love the store and the range of products they offer, but their store brand makeup is so underwhelming and awful. I've never purchased anything with which I was pleased. The Sephora Jumbo Liner is no exception. I recently bought five of these in various colors (taupe, gray and purple) and while the colors are nice, they crease within a half hour and fade fairly quickly too. My eyelids are not oily at all and most cream-based eyeshadows work like a dream. I would much rather purchase a more expensive jumbo liner/eyeshadow than waste any more money on Sephora brand products.
on 2/8/2014 8:14:00 PM
More reviews by alina08
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
I have this eyeliner in the shade Purple and it is really awesome. Honestly, it is more like a blackish purple, very dark and dramatic. This jumbo pencil applies just as nicely as the Tarte Amazonian Clay Pencils and does not tug at the eyelid at all. The color is smoky and dramatic and has a nice sheen to it. This was an unexpected win in the kit that I bought with several other liners from Sephora. I would highly recommend this product.
on 1/17/2014 5:05:00 PM
More reviews by heartsmelody189
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral
I've been using these liners for months and months, and I trust and love them enough to go back every single time. I've got them in five different colors, and it's 100% my HG liner for the lid.I recommend them for lining the lid, just above the lash line. If you use it on the lash line, it's so creamy that it'll get stuck in your lashes and clump them together. Bleh. Its creaminess would probably too much for the waterline, and it might slide off after some time. I don't line my waterline with this (I prefer Sephora's retractable pencil for both the top and bottom waterline) because of its size and creaminess. However, I think a review here said it worked for that. I sometimes line my bottom waterline, just near the end, and smudge it out for a smoky look, and it stays fairly well there, but after a few hours I do have to wipe a little to clean up the line. But it's near flawless for the lid! I have oily lids, I tear up a lot, I wear contacts...so I'm very picky with my liners. UD's famous liners did not cut it for me, and these are cheaper and lasted longer on me. These DO NOT create raccoon eyes. They occasionally move to my bottom outer corner, but I think that's due to my eye shape, and it makes a smokey eye look for me without my even having to do anything! They don't smudge when they're set (they've survived the accidental touch when I forget I'm wearing eyeliner/shadow), and I have never seen them end up anywhere on my lid they shouldn't be. The line may get thinner after an entire full day, but I never have to touch up in a 12hr day, so I'm not complaining. They lasted better as shadows (and I don't even like cream shadows! But I love these), because I get none of that transfer if they're just sitting on my lid. They don't even crease! I love that it's versatile enough for me to use as liner AND shadow, because if I end up hating a shade, at least it doesn't end up a complete waste.CONS: Yeah, the cap has come off and wasted so much of some of my pencils and messed up my makeup bags. But I've learned that I have to push down the cap SUPER far down. Just press the pencil really hard into it, and it stays on great. And they don't get very sharp. It's not worth losing product to keep sharpening it. Know before you buy that you won't be able to get a super fine line, if that's the kind of liner you're searching for. But it still makes a pretty, neat, and flattering line despite the size. You just have to play around to figure out how to get the look you like. And it was annoying I had to drop more money on a jumbo sharpener at Sephora (which broke, but at least it still does its job).Now I'll review each color separately:-Purple: my absolute FAVORITE. Be warned, I mean #15, not the other purples. This one is far prettier. You can't find a purple shade this nice and unique anywhere else. It's super flattering for my brown eyes and skin tone. It's perfectly acceptable for daytime (although I do wear glasses, so beware and try it on yourself if you're looking for a more professional look). I bought this THREE times! I ran out of my first one, and I loved it so much I bought a second one. I then stupidly LOST my second one, so I immediately replaced that. No regrets. It's 100% worth the money, because of how I wear it every day. I recommended it to a hazel-eyed friend of mine, and she loves it just as much and praises it as highly as I do!-Dark Taupe Shimmer: Not as flattering. It might look better on someone of a different skin/eye color than me though. I'm not a fan of this color because it's a duller color than the purple and kinda dulls my eyes down with it, making me look tired. It would make for a good shadow at night though, but it's too dark to be daytime shadow, IMO. Kinda useless for me, so I would return this color if I could. It has the same great staying power as all the liners though, so if the color DOES suit you, definitely go for it.-Beige Glitter: I'm IN LOVE! I'm not a fan of this as a liner, because it's a little too orange-y and glitter-y that when I make a line with it, it's too gaudy. I tried it to line the inner corner or my eye as a highlight, but it was too much. If you like drama, this would work great for that! But as a shadow...that's a whole other story. It's GORGEOUS! It's a lot less orange once I spread it out over my lid. I draw a few tiny spots all over my lid and spread it around with my finger to even it out, and the color is so light and sparkly it lights up my brown eyes. Since it's a shade lighter than my skin, it really makes my eyes wake up. I put a dab of matte brown shadow in my corner and I've got an instant glam look. Perfect for casual dates with my boyfriend, and he liked it too! If you try this, make sure you spread it out quickly, before it sets. It can also be used a highlight shadow.-Black: Great for a smokey eye look. However, it's not black enough for me as just an everyday eyeliner, because it comes out a little smoky gray unless you layer it, which would make too thick of a line because of its jumbo size. But if you're looking for a final touch on your smoky eye, this would be great if you line right above your lash line twice, and then quickly blend it out to blur the line. It makes a great smokey-black-gray effect. This would also work as a great touch in the outer V of your smokey eye.-Brown Glitter: Not as dark a brown as I'd hoped. I love my Clinique chocolate brown cream shaper, and have yet to find an eyeliner that could beat it, this one included. However, this would also make for a nice shadow. Since it's brown, it doesn't brighten up my eyes the way Beige Glitter does, but if you're a fan of brown eye shadows and shimmer, I'd recommend this. The glitter particles aren't nearly as flashy as they are in Beige Glitter, so this would be a great option for everyday, professional look AND night.
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on 11/29/2013 12:49:00 AM
More reviews by Mymakeupjunkie
Skin: Oily, Tan, Warm
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
I happen to stumble across this eye pencil in Sephora a couple of weeks back. When I tested it at the back of my hands and waited for it to dry, I tried to smudge it and it did not budge. It only came off with a makeup remover. The colour I bought was a shimmery dark taupe and loved the colour. It can be used on its own but I use it as a base. Once applied, my shadow glides on. I dont use a primer underneath and the lasting power is amazing on my oily lids. It lasted the whole day (10 hours at work) which is amazingggggg. Even with primers such as my UDPP or MAC paint pots, within 3-4 hours my eye shadows starts to crease. I went to sephora yesterday and got 2 more colours (khaki and navy blue) and cannot wait to use them. I just wish there were matte/non glittery light colours as there was only one that was light but tooo shimmery. The other jumbo eyeliners I have used are the NYX and NYC ones and both creases pretty bad on me. Esp the NYC ones, it just never seems to set. So despite the price difference (the sephora one cost me about 15USD here in malaysia) It does such a great jobOnly downer: the cap does not 'fit' well. It slips off so I do not recommend you putting it in your handbags. If I do bring this with me on a trip, I will likely tape it down.
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