Boots No7 Pencil Sharpener Reviews
Product Type: Boots in Beauty
Description:Brand: Boots / eyeliner sharpener. / Subcategory: Pencil / Type: Sharpener
Newest Review: ... pencil sharpener. As I had a very vivid eyeliner on, that needed touching up I decided to purchase a new pencil sharpener ... more
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Customer Boots No7 Pencil Sharpener Reviews (4)
by - written on 20/11/12, updated on 07/07/13 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I regularly use eye pencils with my favourite being Boots No 7 Amazing Eyes. Unfortunately, with daily use the soft nib wears down fairly quickly and as a result, it needs sharpening every few days. I had previously owned a fairly good sharpener from No 7, which lasted me almost eight years, which is pretty good going considering its constant use. I wanted to replace it like for like, but as I suspected, it had long since been discontinued, so I chose the purchase the No 7's updated version and this review discusses my thoughts. I experienced a few difficulties in locating the sharpener in the huge Cardiff store, as it was not displayed on the familiar No 7 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/12 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I am always losing my eyeliner pencil sharpeners, I use them wherever I am experimenting with my make up and generally put them away somewhere safe, that somewhere safe is anywhere apart from my make up box. It's also the place I tend to put everything somewhere safe that I end up losing everything. For that reason, I've been through lots of different eyeliner pencil sharpeners including this one from Boots. This pencil sharpener is from the No7 range at Boots, it's quite pricey for a pencil sharpener at £5.75 but I used one of the £5 off vouchers that Boots regularly issue so it bought the cost down a lot. The sharpener is quite different to other ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 02/07/11, updated on 02/07/11
Until recently i'd been sharpening my eyeliners with a normal pencil sharpener, but came across this in Boots on my last shopping spree reduced from £5.75 to £3.50. I don't think that i'd of paid full price for it if i'm honest, however for £3.50 i'm happy with my purchase. The sharpener is quite unusual looking, the best way to describe it is that it's a little black plastic 'box', with a hole in the top where the pencil is inserted. To sharpen the pencil, i simply twist the pencil and check it after a few twists and stop once sharp enough. The top of the box, which has 'No7' in golden writing, pulls off and exposes the sharpener inside, with the pencil ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I use eyeliner quite often, even if I am having a casual day, as I feel that it really makes my eyes stand out. This is important to me as I wear glasses, and have done for a few years now, and I feel like my eyes tend to not be noticed as much as they used to be. I find that using kohl or standard eyeliners means that they were down quickly. I like to have a point on my eye pencils as I feel that it gives me a better angle and more precision. A couple of months ago I found myself out without an eye pencil sharpener. As I had a very vivid eyeliner on, that needed touching up I decided to purchase a new pencil sharpener rather than trying to find another way ... Read the complete review
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