Review; Jelly Pong Pong 2-in-1 Eyeliner.


A couple of weeks ago now, my friend Ellie…who blogs, here, gave me this Jelly Pong Pong 2-in-1 eyeliner and shadow pencil as she already owned one herself. I've been loving brown shades lately, especially with my eyes, being in love with brown colours is something I didn't think would happen. I've always been very safe when it comes to my makeup shades and lately I've been itching to experiment so having a brown liner instead of black was rather exciting. The shade of this brown is a dark brown, with slight deep red and some golden tones, it looks rather shimmery too. To add to my neutral eyeshadow, having this pencil helps create a much more natural look, adding this to my lower lash line and occasionally to my upper to add more definition. It's even perfect for the days when I'm feeling too lazy to do a complete makeup look and simply using it as liner on my top lid, like I would with my black kohl eyeliner. As with those days of adding the liner to my top lid, I can also use this for an eyeshadow, basically adding this to my top lid and using either my finger or brush to smudge this for a more effect look or I've even used this to create more definition within the corner of my lid or within the crease, much more definition and colour. 

In the first -eye- photo, you can see the effect from just applying the liner to my lower and the corner of my inner upper lid. As I mentioned a few ways I wear the pencil, I wanted to share that look with you. But while writing this I was actually getting ready for work, so this was a little experimentation with my makeup and photos as I went along…this wasn't the completed look as I was yet to apply my lipstick. As you can also see from the last -eye- photo, I used this pencil in a few ways to create more definition. As I mentioned in the start of the post, the areas where I apply this pencil I used all ways for this complete look. I started with the lower lid, but also added black liner on top which I think helps create colour within the lower lid but the black add just that little bit extra for my definition. 
I then on my upper lid added a little liner to the corner of my eye, and then continued with the pencil along my crease, which I then blended in with my eyeshadow. 
To finish my eyes I used my brand new Benefit They're Real mascara, and I know I'm late to the bandwagon but my purse has never really been able to justify the purchase until now…but I'm waiting on another benefit purchase before I share my thoughts with you all. 

I realise this post went from a review to a makeup look, but even though it's now photo heavy I hope you can see how well the liner/shadow works. 


  1. I love this look! It looks stunning against your eye colour!

    xxElise @ Elise Dopson

  2. I love brown eyeliner, I just think it looks so much more natural than black. I love your eyeshadow though, what brand is it?

    Eden from edenroses xx

  3. I love brown eyeliner, it looks so much more natural than black when you're going for a no makeup makeup look! I really love your eyeshadow, what brand is it?

    Eden from edenroses xx

  4. This is a gorgeous colour for your skin, I can't get away with brown eyeliner it always looks strange (or I'm too used to seeing myself with black, perhaps?)

    I think I have some of these, shoved into a drawer somewhere from beauty box subscriptions, I might have to dig them out to use as an everyday eyeshadow!

    Sammy xo.

  5. Love the rose gold hints to this, looks gorgeous with the black liner too!

    Annabel ♥
    Mascara & Maltesers

  6. I looooveee this stuff it's so good for multi purpose- brows, eyelids and liner I need to repurchase I think!! xxx

  7. Very pretty, I really need to use more brown liners!! And what a great review :)

    Sian | Siân Marie Beauty

  8. This is a great look. Its a gorgeous colour and perfect for autumn

    Beth x

    Mermaid in Disguise


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