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Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen
4.41 / 5 based on 180 Reviews
Long wearing, non-transfer, and waterproof eye liner gives the intense effect as a liquid liner but is much easier to apply. Waterproof, super-long-wear, no-smudge, no-budge eye liners. They glide on like seamless silk, and in a single sweep motion creates a flawless, solid jewel-toned line. No retouching required all day - or night! Gentle on eyes, yet intensely coloured and super-silky. Waterproof. Paraben-free. Mineral oil-free. Preservative-free. Hypoallergenic. health information vitamin e nourishes and protects delicate skin around the eye see more...
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Review for: Deep Plum more...
Wanted to like this product because I love most of the brand over all. I purchased mine at target but I didn't like it at all. It's hard to use it does not show up on the water line. After a few tries I can see it on my waterline but very fair nothing really. It's kind of pricey & I rather go with my maybelline plum color eyeliner they're water proof & is super cheap. Very pigmented as well.
This is comparable to the Colourpop créme gel eyeliner in "Swerve". It's very creamy and blendable if needed, the pigmentation is outstanding, it's buttery smooth and so easy to apply. The only downfall is it does transfer. I find that if I tight-line with this eyeliner it does transfer to my bottom waterline.
Review for: Deep Plum more...
Really great eye pencil. It comes in a bunch of pretty colors. The packaging is pretty like all the pixi products. I got this for a gift so I’m not sure how much it costs, but it works really well. It glides across your eye and goes on smooth. Also it’s very pigmented.
Review for: No. 10 Copper Glow, No.7 Sage Gold more...
These eyeliners are pigmented, silky smooth and glide easily along your eyelid or your waterline/lower lash line. They have a bunch of fun colors to choose from along with the traditional black and brown shade as well. These are long lasting and comfortable to wear. They didn't cause any eye watering or irritation when used in my waterline. I have the colors 'sage green' and 'copper glow' both are pigmented and are true to color. The copper glow shade is bronzed and beautiful with any eye look, especially fall colors. The sage green shade is a beautiful deep olive green and I like to use this as an accent color in my waterline with a smokey look. At $12 each it isn't a bad deal and lasts a while. You do need to sharpen these yourself once using them and they start to wear down a little bit. I use a regular sharpener. If your wanting to try out some fun colors and don't want to pay a high price tag and want a quality eyeliner, try these!
Review for: Black Noir, Other more...
I picked up this eyeliner in a (now discontinued I think?) shade called Cobalt Blue. I was super impressed with the creamy formula. I don't usually use pencils as an eyeliner but the color payoff with this is absolutely striking. Once it dries, it's also smudge, sweat, and water proof. I liked it so much I bought a second one in black, kinda as a backup for my usual eyeliner. My only dislike is that they break very easily when sharpening. The eyeliner is fairly soft and creamy so it just kept coming off in the sharpener. I ended up wasting a lot of product. I'm thinking about putting them in the freezer for a few minutes to see if that will help before sharpening, because I really do like these pencils! They're also not too expensive, so I guess if losing some of it in the process is part of it, it may just be a risk you have to take.
Q & A
Is this very pigmented? Or does it hardly show up?
Are these worth the price? $12 seems a little pricey for just one pencil.
How do I sharpen this? It's not made out of wood and it doesn't twist up
Just started using this eyeliner.... oh my gosh best eyeliner ever😊😊😊😊😊😊
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