I’ve loved the 24/7 liners from afar for a while now, swatching and admiring their smooth application and vibrant colour before—with a heavy heart—having to turn away at the $20 CAD pricetag. I finally gave in for Jackpot because of the awesome value of the set: the 9 half-size liners plus a full-size liner pencil in Zero was well-worth the $43 pricetag (I think I got $15 off because of a coupon on top of that!)
Although the Jackpot set is no longer available, all of the shades in the Jackpot set (except Whiskey) can be purchased individually as a full-sized pencil.
Sidenote: Annabelle Metallic Kohl eyeliner in Mojito is actually pretty close to Mildew shade-wise, but Mojito is just a bit warmer with more yellow in it.
Eldorado, Mildew, Electric, Binge, Gunmetal, and Stash are the shades that have the most shimmery metallic look, whereas Rockstar, Whiskey, Ransom, and Zero have a more subtle shimmer or lean matte. This is a very versatile set because all kinds of looks are possible, from subtle neutrals to bright and fun colour.
These pencils would be awesome for those that have difficulty drawing their eyeliner with a wing. Because 24/7 pencils are so creamy, I can draw a line on my upper lashline, then use an angled liner brush to go over the line and pull it out for a perfectly crisp wing. Much easier than winging your eyeliner with gel or liquid liner, which can be so finicky!
All in all, this set was an amazing purchase: creamy, soft, smooth, and long-wearing pencils that worked out to be about $4 each—$3 if you consider the coupon I used. Sometimes value sets aren’t that great of a deal for me because there are shades or products in the set that I don’t like. This is definitely not the case here, as I love all of the shades included in the Jackpot set--although if I had to choose, my faves are Eldorado, Mildew, Zero, Rockstar, and Binge.