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Intensify your shadows with our durable and waterproof eye shadow primer. Smooth on to lids before applying shadows and voilÃ ! Your eye makeup will stay in place, no matter what the weather, without creasing or smudging.
Item Name: NYX - Proof It! Waterproof Eyeshadow Primer - PIES01
Manufactuer: NYX Cosmetics
Weight: 18 grams - (0.04 lb)
Absolutely love these eye pencils! Great array of colours and hues.
Absolutely love these eye pencils! Great array of colours and hues. I have Milk,Yogurt, Gold and Rust. Every time I go into the Nyx store I end up w/ another color hehe... My go to is the colour Yogurt, such a versatile colour reminds me of an opal-pearl oyster shell (interior) which has a lovely silver sheen. Works well as an inner corner highlighter, I often use it on my waterline as well as a liner and also as an overall shadow. Milk is my least used, I find it too stark of a white, but it's great for Halloween kits, really well pigmented. Rust I love, a deep red burgundy colour wth red sheen, sometimes I'll do my eyelids in red burgundy tones (ie UD: Relish, Mac: Cranberry or my fav Star Violet also by Mac) and line with this,..I love this look when I wear blacksuch a cool and confident look, pulls the amber out of my brown eyes, makes them pop!. I have also used Rust as an overall shadow too. Gold (yellow toneno orange) is a great colour for highlighting the inner corner of the eye and wears well against brown eye makeupgreat statement colour. The formula on these pencils are of a soft melding crayon,certainly not waxy, full on pigment, lasts all day.Can't beat the price, looking forward to purchasing many more of these Jumbo Pencils.
I have the shades Black Bean, Dark Brown and Rust.
I have the shades Black Bean, Dark Brown and Rust. I love these pencils, they are easy to apply and super pigmented.
Seems these are a "hit or miss" for a lot of women.
Seems these are a "hit or miss" for a lot of women. Well I think it's all in the application. They're definitely great as a "base" for your powder shadows. They intensify the shades. Also need to use a primer before application of these pencils (come on, work with them a littleÃƒÂ°Ã‚Å¸Ã‚Â¤Ã‚Â·ÃƒÂ°Ã‚Å¸Ã‚ÂÃ‚Â¼ÃƒÂ¢Ã‚â‚¬Ã‚ÂÃƒÂ¢Ã‚â„¢Ã‚â‚¬ÃƒÂ¯Ã‚Â¸Ã‚Â.) A little dusting of setting powder/spray and you're done. Other that, I don't have any issues with these. Its like any other brand no matter what the price sometimes you have to work a little harder to get that "snatch"ÃƒÂ°Ã‚Å¸Ã‚ËœÃ‚Ëœ
Would never use these on their own, but they are absolutely amazing bases.
Would never use these on their own, but they are absolutely amazing bases. Even your most chalky useless eye shadow will show up if you put Milk on first. I have a cheap palette off eBay with very unpigmented, powdery, hard to work with shadows, and I can make almost all of them beautiful if I layer them on top of the Milk pencil. It's amazing and a staple in my makeup collection. Also great for highlighting under my brow bone.
Cheap! And often "you get what you pay for" a waxy-creamy feel with decent staying power.
Cheap! And often "you get what you pay for" a waxy-creamy feel with decent staying power. Milk and Yogurt are very useful as a base I put powder shadows over top. Also inexpensive enough that my 12 year old can buy a bunch to "play" with.