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Whether it’s a late night or an early morning, looking tired is never chic. Luckily, there are ways to fake the chipper look (even as you’re dozing into your coffee). Jouer’s Essential Eye Clarifier Pencil comes in a universal creamy nude color that instantly perks up tired eyes. And it’s not just for mornings — stash the pencil in your purse for a mid-day or pre-dinner pick me up. Best of all, the pencil can be used alone or underneath your favorite eye makeup.
I picked this up because I wanted to brighten up my eyes a bit. I have tried the white liner before, but it looks too harsh and fake on me. I thought that a flesh tone pencil would do the trick. This however, looks more yellow on my water line than flesh tone. As the day goes on it seems to oxidize and look even more yellow/tan. It also wears patchy on me, with some areas staying put all day, while other areas wear off after a few hours. I really wanted to like this as I do so many other Jouer products. I guess they can't all be winners.2
I really wanted to love this, but it's too light and I can't tell I'm wearing it at all. Maybe I have too pale of skin, but this doesn't work for me.3
Yes usually this brand is awesome, but I got this home and couldn't wait to try it and it was very hard, not soft and it was too dark, I have fair skin so they should know that everybody's skin is not the same colour and make some lighter colours I'm very bummed, guess ill stick with my .99 cent one I got at grocery store :-((3
This pencil needs to be creamier to apply it to a water line. Very hard on the eyes. Would not purchase again.3
I expected so much more from Jouer's Essential Eye Clarifier pencil. It was hard for me to actually get the pencil's hue to stick to my inner eye. (Other pencil's take one swipe, then done.) The effect didn't last long either. The color however is perfect! When it is on (at it's peak), it made my eye pop while looking very natural. It isn't obvious that one is wearing a liner. It made my eye's look absolutely stunning and made my baby blues pop. If you don't mind using a little "elbow greese" and don't mind the constant reapplying, then go for it because it does make you have the extra "pop" or "glisten" in your eye.3
The item is closer to my skin tone than I had hoped for. It doesn't show up, but doesn't exactly blend in either. I like the creaminess of the pencil and way it glides.3
This is such a brightening little pencil. It works for on the waterline, and I love using it for the inner corner of my eye and brow bone highlighting. When I purchased this, it came with its own sharpener, which is really helpful for keeping its bright neutral color.4
Sometimes you just have one of those days when you need to look more awake than you actually are. This product is perfect for that. When my eyes are looking a little tired or puffy, I apply a bit of this eyeliner at my lash line and it instantly brightens up my eyes and makes me look alive again.4
This penciel is handy to swipe on my water line when I'm feeling really red, or when I wake up after a poor nights rest. It makes me look awake!4
I'm quite pale and I've used white for this purpose before with so-so results, but white liner tends to be whiter than the whites of my eyes, so I worry it just makes my eyes look yellow and/or pink in comparison. Meanwhile, my waterline has been getting increasingly pinky-yellowy and tired looking over the years (or maybe it is because I got a new pair of glasses or maybe I'm just obsessing...), but either way I was really looking forward to this one with the hope that a more peachy liner would brighten me up and look just a bit more flesh toned than my eye whites, to make them look more clear too.
Unfortunately, I just couldn't get a smooth coverage of the pigment on the waterline and it nearly wiped right off. So, because it doesn't last I'll keep it in my purse and stick to only using it for a pick-me up, if my make-up has faded otherwise, just on the inner and outer corners, and just tight up *under* the lower lashes more like a quick and easy, targeted concealer when the long day is starting to set in and the darkness is starting to peek out again. A touch under the brow-line as a highlight and smudge is a nice way to "open" the eyes up near the end of the day too.