The fuss-free alternative to eyeshadow
Why you need to add this product to your makeup routine
By Annie Millar
Better Homes and Gardens Beauty & Lifestyle Editor / October 09 2017
There’s no argument here, eye makeup both enhances your eyes and brightens your look. But when the process involves cleaning up specks of powder shadow that have dropped down over your face, it’s forgivable if you think wearing eye makeup is too much trouble.
Well, here’s a solution – eye crayons. They’ve been around for a while, but many women are yet to discover their versatility and just how wonderful they are. So, if you like the idea of fab eye makeup, without a fuss, these are definitely for you.
Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon Eyeshadow Pencil in Champagne Diamonds
Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon Eyeshadow Pencil in Champagne Diamonds’ soft shade has a light shimmer finish and is perfect for complementing blue eyes.
Estée Lauder Magic Smoky Powder Shadow Sticks
Having a mix of shades enables you to create both soft day looks and smoky eyes for the night. We love Estée Lauder Magic Smoky Powder Shadow Sticks in Charred Plum, Scorched Gold, Indigo Smoke and Pink Charcoal.
Clinique Chubby Stick Shadow Tint For Eyes in Lots O’ Latte
Glide Clinique Chubby Stick Shadow Tint For Eyes in Lots O’ Latte over your lids for a wash of colour, or build it up in layers for greater intensity.
NYX Professional Makeup Jumbo Eye Pencil in Peacock
For look-at-me eyes, try wearing a fun shade as a lash liner or blend it all over your lids for an even bigger wow factor. We recommend NYX Professional Makeup Jumbo Eye Pencil in Peacock.
Rimmel London Magnif’eyes Double Ended Shadow And Liner in Dark Side of Blue
Use Rimmel London Magnif’eyes Double Ended Shadow And Liner in Dark Side of Blue to create smoky eyes with just one stick by blending the dark shadow over your lids followed by the blue kohl kajal along your lash lines.
Sephora Colorful Shadow & Liner in Pretty Little Thing
Give yourself a simply beautiful look with Sephora Colorful Shadow & Liner in Pretty Little Thing – this sparkling pink shade offers a softer alternative to the fave smoky eye.
If you struggle with your concealer creasing, try this under-eye concealer hack.
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