LE JOLI CRAYON – Soft Eye Liner by Votre Vu!

Brigitte Bardot educated us in the allure of eyeliner … and now Le Joli Crayon is here to teach you. Draw on the drama with this mistake-proof gel pencil that feels like a liquid liner, but even better, allows you time before setting to feather and smudge with its smart sponge blending tip. No tugging and tearing at your delicate eyelid; this budge-proof, smudge-proof and melt-proof liner is all about prevention and retention. Could this be the real French paradox? A pretty eyeliner that is so soft on your skin, yet incredibly strong enough to provide the intensity of a liquid liner in one simple stroke.

Rich in mineral pigments, anti-aging fruit extracts, and vitamin E, this super-conditioning, proprietary formula nourishes and hydrates the delicate eye area while treating with healing free-radical fighters. Botanically harvested candelilla wax not only provides the effortless glide, but also seals in the mineral-color blend for long-wearing, intense peeper pigment that once dry, forms an impermeable waterproof layer. As easy to remove as it is to apply, this ophthalmologist-tested formula is the ultimate on-the-go liner.

For every French Accents cosmetic purchased, Votre Vu donates $1 to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation in support of the 46 Mommas and their efforts to treat and cure pediatric cancers.

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I love this eye liner so much. I love how easily it glides on, it is almost like a liquid eye liner, but in a pencil form! I also love that you have some time to fix it before it dries and sets. It’s probably one of the best eye liner’s I’ve ever used, I know it’s certainly my favorite. I absolutely adore the feel of this, and how long it lasts. You will too!

$23


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