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Jane Iredale Lip Pencils

£10.00

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The Jane Iredale Lip Pencils / Definers are created to be soft enough to fill in your lips easily but durable enough to provide a long-lasting base to the colour you layer over them. They use NO FD and C dyes, our pencils can be used anywhere on the face.

ASIAN AND/OR DARKER SKIN TONES: to assist you in your Jane Iredale product selection those shades deemed most suitable for these skin tones have been marked with an asterix (*).

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Leonilla’s Tips

Lip Pencil provides maximum effect for your Lipstick or LipGloss.

Leonilla’s Tip

Jane Iredale Lip Pencils

– The soft formula of the Jane Iredale pencils lends itself to blending and being used as a lip base

– Made with conditioning oils and waxes and coloured with our same protective pigments

– Glide on smoothly and do not tug the delicate lip area

 

Options

  • 16006Rose
  • 16007Spice
  • 16008Berry
  • 16009Cocoa
  • 16013Terra-Cott…
  • 16014Peach
  • 16015Nutmeg
  • 16016Crimson
  • 16017Plum
  • 16019Nude
  • 16020Earth Red
  • 16022Pink

Application Advice

  • Create a look that’s all your own by layering colour. Fill in your entire mouth with a Lip Definer and apply a PureMoist LipColour on top. For a richer look, finish with a Jane Iredale PureGloss for Lips or Just Kissed shade.
  • Try Terra-cotta with Iced Mocha PureGloss for Lips, Sienna with Gold Fling PureGloss for Lips.

TIPS

  • Looking for a perfect neutral? Pull down your lower lip, and there it is!
  • Apply a pencil base and layer with a PureGloss for Lips for a very current look.
  • Use our cosmetic pencil sharpener to maintain a rounded point. (Regular pencil sharpeners don’t have a large enough opening and will split the wood.)
  • The only way to sanitize pencils is by sharpening.

Hydrogenated Jojoba Oil Oil extracted from the beanlike seeds of the desert shrub Simondsia chinensis. It has been used for many years by Mexican and American Indians for hair and skin care. Hydrogenation is the process of adding hydrogen gas under high pressed to make liquid oils solid. This is the process used to manufacture margarine and shortening.
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride An oily mixture derived from coconut oil. Used extensively as a vehicle for pigment dispersion.
Silica An absorbent powder and thickening agent.
Meadowfoam Seed Oil Expressed from the seeds of the Meadowfoam plant.
Mango Seed Oil Oil extracted from the fruit of a tropical evergreen tree.
Candelilla Wax An herbal wax obtained from various Euphorbiaceae species. Used in cream to powder formulations to give them body.
Shea Butter A natural fat obtained from the fruit of the karite tree.
Macadamia Seed Oil An emollient derived from the seed of a small evergreen tree native to coastal rainforests of central east Australia (New South Wales and Queensland) and commercially grown in Hawaii and France. Macadamia nut oil is similar to sebum, the oil naturally produced by human skin to protect itself. It contains magnesium and thiamin, absorbs well into the skin, and is highly emollient and soothing.
Carnauba Wax Exuded by the leaves of a Brazilian tree to conserve its moisture. Called the tree of life by the natives because of the use they make of its various products.
Tocopherol Vitamin E. A topical antioxidant and natural preservative with many known skin benefits. We use natural Vitamin E because there is very little incidence of allergic reaction to it.
Ascorbyl Palmitate A salt of ascorbic acid used as a preservative and antioxidant.
May also contain
Iron Oxides Iron oxide is iron combined with oxygen and can be found in nature or produced synthetically. It varies in color from red to brown, black to orange or yellow depending on the degree of water and the purity.
Titanium Dioxide Derived from Titanium, which is extracted from the minerals such as rutile and Ilmenite. It gives the greatest covering and tinting power of any white pigment and it is listed in the FDA monograph as one of the purest and most effective active ingredients for sun protection.
Manganese Violet A coloring agent.
Mica Found in nature in crystallized, thin elastic sheets that can be separated easily. They vary in color from pale green, brown, or black to colorless. It can be shiny or dull. We use mica for its gliding properties in a form that does not cause shine.

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