Diary / Beauty / Jan 23, 2024

Goodbye Dark Circles

Written by: Bobbi

Photography by: Ben Ritter & Jon Paterson

We all have those days when we wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, and think to ourselves, 'Wow, I look tired.' Like me, you probably are tired. So, I’m excited to officially bring you my solution. 

Jones Road is launching our newest product, The Neutralizer Pencil.

What Is A Neutralizer Pencil?

The Neutralizer Pencil brightens and color corrects darkness around the eyes for extra tired days. This creamy yet dense concealer is formulated with a clear base for no chalky undertones. The shades range in hues of peaches and pinks to fully cancel darkness under the eyes and anywhere on the face. I suggest following up your routine with The Face Pencil to bring your skin tone back to its natural complexion. 

How To Use

Step one is to apply the Jones Road Eye Cream. It is made to be absorbed into the skin rather than sitting on top of it. Think of it as a drink of water for your skin. It will reduce the appearance of lines and help your pencils glide effortlessly on top.

Step two is to apply The Neutralizer Pencil. Start by applying it under the eye, close to the lash line, and in the inner corner of the eye, which is a game changer because it helps to open up the most recessed area and makes you look rested. Be sure to apply enough so it really does cover the darkness and brightens. I like to think of this step like painting a wall. You'll want to neutralize the color on the wall, before you put a new coat of paint on. Take your finger and gently pat the skin under the eye, making sure it's blended.  

Step three is to apply The Face Pencil on top. You'll need to use the under eye shade of your Face Pencil. Applying The Face Pencil on top helps to cover the peachy/pink tone of The Neutralizer Pencil and even out your skin tone.

Find Your Shade

If you already know your Face Pencil shade, use the chart above to find your Neutralizer Shade. You choose your shade by determining the actual color of your dark circles - purple, green, brown, etc - and by choosing color in your skin tone range. If you don't know your shade, take our updated quiz perfected by Bobbi, to find your shades of The Neutralizer Pencil and The Face Pencil. 

Diary / Beauty / Jan 23, 2024

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