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I love an eyeshadow crayon for simplicity and speed and have been playing with Burberry’s offering to the shadow stick market. It presents a concise capsule collection of easy to use neutral shades in beautiful packaging. Here’s a look at the new Burberry Eye Colour Contour Smoke and Sculpt Pen line up.
Burberry Eye Colour Contour Smoke and Sculpt Pen Features
- Creamy, blendable, crease-free formula
- Gently glides across the lids
- Delivers a long lasting waterproof finish
- Available in seven shades
The formulation of these shadows is excellent. They glide on so effortlessly, and don’t pull or tug at the lids in any way. The colour pay off is great and you get a good bit of play time to blend before they set and stay. You will need to work fairly quickly as once they dry, they don’t budge and you’ll need an oil or bi-phase product to remove them.
You can go for a sheer wash for a subtle look, yet they are super buildable for a much more intense effect.
Burberry Eye Colour Contour Smoke and Sculpt Pen Swatches
I have two of the seven shades to show you – No 104 Almond and No 112 Rosewood:
Almond is a gorgeous matte warm taupey shade and Rosewood is the prettiest pinky brown with soft shimmer.
The other shades are No 100 Natural, No 106 Pale Copper, No 108 Midnight Brown, No 116 Dusky Mauve and No 124 Stone Grey.
The Burberry Eye Colour Contour Smoke and Sculpt Pens are £23 each and if you’re looking for an easy to use yet high performance chic shadow option then these are certainly worth checking out. You can find them in the UK Here and Here. US readers will find them for $29 here at Sephora.
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