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Jordana eyeshadow pencils

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Has anyone tried any of the Jordana eyeshadow pencils?
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*moving to cosmetic discussion*
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I've used the retractable eyeliner for YEARS when I first started makeup (it was my intro into makeup) =] i liked that one, it was very pigmented, not the best lasting power on waterline, but this was before I knew to set it. If u need a good drugstore eyeliner, try Milani Liquif'eye! it's GREAT..lasts all day on me =]
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Has anyone tried any of the Jordana eyeshadow pencils?

Is this what you are talking about?
The Glam Shack: Jordana - Eye Fixation Long-Wearing Eye Shadow
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those, as well as these: Jumbo Eye Shadow Pencil - Eye - Jordana Cosmetics
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I have both, the ones that I linked too are amazing. When used with two faced shadows insurance they lasted for more than 15 hours with no creasing I fell asleep with them on).

The others are also nice but they only lasted for me around 7-8 hours before creasing. Some of them even with a base crease within hours.

Over all I love both and I use both of then often.
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I have both, the ones that I linked too are amazing. When used with two faced shadows insurance they lasted for more than 15 hours with no creasing I fell asleep with them on).

The others are also nice but they only lasted for me around 7-8 hours before creasing. Some of them even with a base crease within hours.

Over all I love both and I use both of then often.
I have most of the wooden pencil ones, and I quite like it. Used as a base or primer when spread around, it makes the colours pop! So awesome. And affordable! We have them at the dollar stores here in NZ.
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