The Body Shop Eye Definer Pencil Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop makeup
Newest Review: ... expensive design. The pencil comes with a clear, plastic lid to protect the nib and it also has a smudger on the end with ... more
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The Body Shop Carbon Black Eye Definer 1g
An intense, ultra colour eye definer with line smudger incorporat ...
Last Update 24.05.2013 03:53
The Body Shop Carbon Black Eye Definer
Includes smudger 16cm total length 1g
Last Update 24.05.2013 03:53
Customer The Body Shop Eye Definer Pencil Reviews (10)
by - written on 18/06/12, updated on 19/06/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
When it comes to eyeliner I am quite traditional in what I like. I usually opt for a black shade, usually wearing it if I'm going out and I do like a kohl type as I find it easy to apply. I do go for a liquid eyeliner if I want more stand out, dramatic results and I do also own a few coloured eyeliner pencils to change my look and funk it up slightly when and if the mood takes me. Now The Body Shop for me just isn't one of my favourite stores and it has never been really to be honest. Back in the day its concept was unique and you had to pay the price to be one of the gang, however I can find lots of cruelty free products and stuff not tested on animals and so ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 12/08/11
I love this eyeliner and it's been a recurring item in my makeup bag for quite some time. Each 10 gram eyeliner is £9 so I usually stock up on them whenever I have a discount voucher as they aren't excactly cheap! There are 3 shades to choose from: Black, Blue and Brown. I have this in black and have never tried the other colours because blue and brown eyeliner just doesn't appeal to me, so I can't comment on them however the black is amazing and it definetly lives up to it's name - it's amazingly pigmented and therefor very defining and it makes my eyes appear bigger, bolder, more alert and even when i'm tired, if I have this eyeliner on I look much more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/09, updated on 31/08/09 (Very useful, 186 readings)
If you asked me to name 5 things I'd take to a desert island, eye liner would be number 5. It is the single most important thing in my make up bag, it characterises and defines my whole wardrobe. Clothing has been discarded to the floor because it didn't go with the eye liner style of the day. And I've used every brand, from the cheap to the bank emptying expensive. Currently there are 5 colours: black, rich brown, taupe, white, and french navy. The body shop claim: "A fade-resistant, intense colour pencil for outlining and defining the eyes. They are soft enough to enable smooth application yet firm enough to be smudge-resistant. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/08 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I have been a liner lover since I was a teenager, I think all teens, well ok most teens, go through that stage at some point. I just haven't grown out of it though! I own a black and a brown pencil from this range and love them. I must admit the brown one doesn't get anywhere near as much use as the black does. Eyeliner gives a dramatic look in most cases but by using a brown and not building the colour up too much you can have a more natural look with the better aspects of wearing liner still being there. The reason that I love liner is because to me my best feature is my eyes, so I try to draw attention to them and away from my flaws. Liner also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I do love a bargain. I was therefore delighted to discover that a recent copy of "In-Style" magazine was giving away some freebies with each copy of their magazine. As the freebies were from the make-up selection at The Body Shop - a range I happen to REALLY like - I decided to purchase a few copies of the magazine to take full advantage of the small selection of cosmetics on offer. One of the free items was a 'duo' containing two individual Eye Definer Pencils from The Body Shop. As each pencil retails at £8, I thought the price of the magazine (around the £3 mark) made the purchase extremely reasonable, and I eagerly snapped up my copy with my ... Read the complete review
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