|From left Cream shadow 03, 05 and Blush & Highlighter 01|
The cream eye shadow pencils are available in six shades. Each chunky crayon has a split of two complimentary colours. The crayons can be used on their side to get one of the colours or you can use it on its point to get a mixture of the two shades.
The shades are creamy and adhere to the skin easily. The colour does blend but you need to be quick. Once it's applied you need to move the colour to where you want it before it dries off. Once dry this sets and WILL NOT budge! Seriously long-wearing!
You can use these as an eye shadow or liner but to be honest I would stick with using it as a shadow. It's quite chunky so getting a neat liner is tricky. You also need to keep these sharpened as the colour transfers from the other side if the point wears down.
The pencil below is number 03. The silver side is fine metallic silver. It gives off a pearl highlight. The blue is a royal blue with a silver glitter pigment. The bottom swatch shows the crayon used on its point to incorporate both shades.
Shade 05 is a beautiful pewter highlight and the darker shade is a deeper gunmetal grey with a silver speck of highlight. The third shade is again a mixture of the two.
There are four other shades along with these colours in the Bad Girl collection. These are £7.90 each.
The blush is a great handbag product. Available in two shades. We had the shade in 01 which is a rosy pink with a soft peach highlight.
Because the blush crayon is really chunky it's easier to apply the individual colours without transfer from the opposite shade. The blush are £8.90 each.
These products perform well with good, strong colour pay off and are a good price. Great for people who like multiple use products.