Left to Right (One Swipe Across Hand): Jordana 12 Hr Made to Last Eyeshadow Pencil in 01 Eternal White, Jordana 12 Hr Made to Last Eyeshadow Pencil in 03 Tenacious Brown, Jordana 12 Hr Made to Last Eyeshadow Pencil in 04 Continuous Almond, Jordana 12 Hr Made to Last Eyeshadow Pencil in 05 Pink Evermore
As you can see, three of the four jumbo eyeshadow sticks are matte with Pink Evermore being the only one with shimmer. There are 8 shades of this line and I picked out the four that I felt like I could use the most. These claim to be long lasting, water resistant, and crease-poof. For those of you who are concerned about parabens, then you will be glad that these products are paraben free! I have not tried these out on my eyes yet. However, just from the swatch settling for a couple of minutes, I have not been able to make these eyeshadows budge no matter how much I try.
I have also tried testing how water resistant the product is, and so far I am impressed with the product! There was only minor wear for Pink Evermore and Eternal White pigmentation faded), the other two colors looked the same as then I initially applied. I will do a detailed review of this product later but so far I have a very good first impression of this product! The product itself costs $3.99 at Walgreens and on the Jordana website. If you are looking for a good jumbo eyeshadow pencil at a drugstore price, I recommend you check these out! EDIT: Detailed Review Here
Left to Right (One Swipe Only): Jordana Twist and Shine Moisturizing Balm Stain in 02 Sweet Pink, Jordana Twist and Shine Moisturizing Balm Stain in 05 Honey Love, Jordana Twist and Shine Moisturizing Balm Stain in 06 Cranberry Crush, Jordana Twist and Shine Moisturizing Balm Stain in 07 Rock n Rouge
The product I was most excited for was this line of moisturizing balm stains. The line itself has 8 colors and as usual I got some neutral shades but I also got some colors I don't normally gravitate towards, a berry and red! I have tried on Sweet Pink and Cranberry Crush and I can definitely say that these two are very moisturizing! Other than that, I will have to test these products out more before I can give a definitive answer to whether or not I give it a thumbs up or down! These products are priced at $2.99 at Walgreens, definitely a much better price than the Revlon JBKBS so these are something to look into if you are looking for an even more affordable option. Like always, I will do an updated post with my final thoughts on this product!
Are any of these products seem exciting to you or something you would be willing to try? Let me know in the comment section below! I'm still trying to catch up on other posts, still need to wrap up Back to School (cause yes, I do know of schools who haven't started yet!) and have tons of reviews I need to finalize! Let me also know if you want me to review anything for you guys and I will do so!