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Smith & Cult is one of those edgy brands that achieve ‘cool’ effortlessly. Right from the shades to the packaging, everything works. I love the nail polishes and the lip products and the great news is, they are moving into eyes. Right here I have photos and swatches of the rather gorgeous Smith & Cult Book of Eyes eyeshadow quad. I also have a little look at the new eye pen, B-Line and the new mascara, Lash Dance.
I instantly love the way the quad is packaged. The new angles make it really interesting and the formulas seemed impressive before I even touched them.
Smith & Cult Book of Eyes Quad Shades (here)
The quads come in four gorgeous colourways:
- Mannequin Moves – subtle taupe, ‘greige’ and brown shades
- Interlewd – pinks and plums
- Noonsuite – wearable bronze hues
- Soft Shock – smoky pearl pink, moss green, sparkling silver and pitch black
Each shadow is intensely pigmented and deliver amazing coverage. The textures are soft and easy to blend and the finishes are stunning.
I have the Soft Shock palette to show you and it’s a stunner!
I love these shades. The pink and plum one, Interlewd looks stunning but predictably for me, it’s Noonsuite that’s most appealing. I really need to get over my addiction to bronzey palettes! You can see all the shade options here.
Smith & Cult Fall 2016 – B-Line Eye Pen (here)
- Quick dry
- Water resistant
- Silky matte finish
- Long wear formulation
- Ultra fine felt tip applicator
- 3 shades – Still Riot (charcoal), Rush To Whisper (steel), The Shh (deep sable)
I have shade Still Riot:
Smith & Cult Fall 2016 – Lash Dance Mascara (here)
- Unique silicone applicator
- Visibly thickens lashes
- Clump and flake free
- Micro-balanced blend of waxes and intense black pigment
There is one shade – Radio Silence which is described as a Velvet Black. I haven’t had this on my lashes yet but it is on the list.