Rimmel London

Rimmel London ScandalEyes Eye Shadow Stick

RRP $13.95

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Rimmel London ScandalEyes Eye Shadow Stick is a long-wearing, high-impact cream eyeshadow stick with a precision tip applicator. The ultra-soft formula blends out easily and can also be used for bold eyeliner looks.

Available in five shades.


Rimmel London ScandalEyes Eye Shadow Stick


4 Reviews

Rating / Reviews

The Rimmel London ScandalEyes Eye Shadow Sticks are an eyeshadow dream. The colour drama is just right for day and can be built up for a night time effect. Drawing the eyeshadow onto the eye provides precision self- application (we don't all have the luxury of a personal make-up artist). I also draw the colour onto my index finger and smudge onto the eyelid for a smoky look. The entire colour range compliments each other if your wanting to apply multiple colours for definitive look. My favourite shade is 011 Bluffing, a darker brown shade that looks dramatic with a hint of illumination.
002 Bulletproof beige and 003 Bad girl bronze have been a staple in my makeup bag for a long time until I decided to use more of my powder eye shadows. I love how these two shades go together or as it is.  I'm always rushing in the morning so I need something that I can use quickly yet still looks good. It was my first time to use an eye shadow stick and I'm happy with this. You  can easily blend it with your fingers and don't have to use a make up brush. It's very creamy and really stands out but the only problem I have with this product is the poor staying power. I work full time and half way through the day it will start creasing and when it's time to go home, my eye shadow has went home already! This will be good for those who want to try an eye shadow stick without buying the expensive ones yet.
EASY to use with professional looking results.  I own the shade 'bad girl bronze' and find my self using this on most days when i want to create a bronze-smokey eye. It comes in a conventional jumbo pencil, I wish they would re-release in a automatic twist up version as it can be a pain when you sometimes forget to carry a sharpener with you (especially if you are travelling).  I usually tend to wear this with an eye shadow primer, and with that combination it does not budge whatsoever and there are barely any crease lines even 6 hours into wearing it. The formula is quite creamy but still firm enough allowing targeted application, especially if you want to concentrate on the crease etc. It doesn't set super fast but gives you a good 20 seconds to blend it in if you want to create a smokey effect. It layers beautifully and doesn't appear cakey.  I've also found it is the perfect dupe for the Tom Ford Cream colour for eyes in Spice. The tom ford is a lot more creamier and mouse like but when you apply 2 layers of the Tom Ford Spice you basically end up getting the same shade as 'Bad girl bronze'.  It's perfect whether you want something that will be quick and easy to use after work or on holidays with very little tools. It blends quite nicely using just your fingers but if you want a more professional polished finish I would use a dome shaped blending brush.  Once you sharpen the pencil once it does last quite a long time before you have to put it through the sharpener again. The pencil i bought over 1.5 years ago is only quarter of its way down and I would probably use it 3 times a week.   The only CONS i have with this product is the limited shade range currently available and it being formulated in a traditional pencil. 
The Rimmel London ScandalEyes Eye Shadow Sticks are super easy to use and the pigment of the eyeshadow is fantastic! The product glides on in a creamy texture, I often do a light layer for daytime wear and put on a few heavier layers for nighttime.  I love the easiness of essentially 'drawing' on my eyeshadow, and have three different shades, however my absolute favourite is the Blamed Blue shade. However I have found that with this product, it needs to be sharpened and that involved buying a jumbo sharpener. If this is no issue, then I would suggest trying out these eye shadow sticks - they're as easy as liquid pen eyeliners, only in eyeshadow form!