Big Smokey Eyes Shimmer Eye Shadow Stick
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About this item
- It allows you to use as an eyeliner for bold lines or blend out for a subtle effect
- A radiant eye liner that also doubles as an eye shadow.
- Available in 8 Pretty shades.
- Made with a blend of mineral oil and powder, our creamy Jumbo Eye Pencils glide on effortlessly—no pulling, tugging or fading—and come in a rainbow of vivid hues.
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Skip the traditional powder eyeshadow and try a jumbo eyeshadow pencil. It allows you to use as an eyeliner for bold lines or blend out for a subtle effect. Comes in 8 different colors
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 4.4 x 3.2 x 1.2 inches; 4 Ounces
- UPC : 796433657743 000011578000 784179023694
- ASIN : B007S2IA3W
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#263,252 in Beauty & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Beauty & Personal Care)
- #2,183 in Eyeshadow
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Pros (sorta); They fit nicely in the hand, just big enough that you feel steady, but not so big that they get in their own way. In the tubes the colors are really very pretty and "tempting"...ya know, the kind of thing that if you spyed it at the drugstore you probably wouldn't be able to help yourself from dropping it in your cart. They have a twist up mechanism, which *would* be great (cons coming) as nothing is more irritating to me than trying to sharpen jumbo pencils and watching so much of the pencil get smashed up and wasted. Lids fit securely, too...a great feature if you aren't very pro at organizing and you tend to throw these things in drawers or handbags (where AWOL lids allow the product to pic up misc and assorted "bits-o-yuck", and an innocent blind reach into the abyss can produce "tatoos" on hands, clothing, face...whatever).
Cons (kinda); The actual product is kind of "plasticy" or "waxy"...it tends to drag and skip and not deposit the color as freely as you would expect when looking at it. Now, in some ways that is good as it is not so soft and goey that it's like applying lipstick to your eyes (hate for that), but in other ways it's annoying as you kind of have to work a bit to get any color depth. It's not really the same consistency as eyeliner either...more like a crayon or colored pencil. That being said, it does actually deposit color with some work, and thanks to it's weird consistency, it doesn't smear like a pencil would. The black is not very dark...it's kind of like "clear" with black-ish tint, of which is probably okay for some folks who just wanted to add some shimmer to their regular eyeliner, but is NOT okay for those who wanted to "replace" their black eyeliner. I didn't really try any of them as "eyeshadow", so can't speak to its usefullness there with authority, but I'm inclined to say that you would probably need to mix it with shadow for it to achieve the look you want. I did use the white (kind of a pinky-pearly white) for a bit of highlighting under the brow...it was okay for that. The twist mechanisms are "loose" or something on some of them and they don't really twist up or down well, BUT the "lead" is just skinny enough that it can be hand pushed back down in the hole. However, that does create a bit of a problem as if you use too much pressure applying it, the "lead" sneaks back in the hole (turn upside down and shake to get the dang thing back up).
Random observation; I am very boring when it comes to my lips and wear Burts Bees shimmers (champagne and guava) nearly exclusively. That being said, sometimes they just seem TOO plain so I "add" to them by putting lipgloss on top (hate it...too sticky) or occasionally a bit of eyeshadow to deapen the color (can get too chalky and weird). That being said, I decided to try the white and gold under the Burts Bees and expected to look like I had chapped lips a short time later, but I didn't. It actually stayed put pretty nicely, color stayed there (especially "the sparkle") and didn't ball up into gooey creepy lip scuz. So, I'm thinking that those of you who aren't lip-gloss-a-phobes like me might like the lighter colors in combination with your lip gloss.
I should also note that really think that if I warmed these pencils a bit they would be MUCH better, but I haven't gotten around to it...worth a shot.
All in all, provided you can get these at the cheap price , they're probably worth it...if nothing else, they're kind of fun. Also, if you have some random pre-teen girl to buy a gift for, I think these would be great as they aren't messy and don't go on easily enough that she can over-do it. Just a thought...
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