Yesterday I introduced you to the brand NUDESTIX and their awesome line of makeup crayons for eyes, lips and face. Today we get to look at the Eye Pencils and the Matte & Blemish Stick– a skin perfector for us with oily skin!
I also got to try some of their eye products. Their Magnetic Eye Color in Lillith (a gold tone shimmer) and Their regular eye pencil in Smoke (a light smoky color that has a bit of gold sheen to it) Their magnetic eye color seriously does not budge until you want it to. We all did a test with their darkest colors at the event and the proof was in the puddin’. No smears…unless you want it to–but you have to move quick! The Smoke eye pencil comes with an attached smudger so you can either line you eyes with a clean line, or smudge into a smoky eye. I’ve been wearing Lillith across the entire lid and then use Smoke to line the eyes. Haven’t experimented with the smudger yet but plan to!
Magnetic Eye color comes in 8 colors while their traditional eye pencil comes in 8 colors as well.
The last product I received was their Matte + Blemish Pencil, a crayon to be used on the no-foundation face to soak up excess oil and blur out unsightly blemishes. The crayon uses amazonian clay to mattify our oily T-zones or in my case, entire forehead! It also contains salicylic acid to treat pimples so win-win here! The crayon looks green but goes on completely clear and really does mattify. Since I arrived with an oily forehead they tested it on half of my face and all who saw agreed–it did the job! This pencil is one of their newer products along with their moisture stick, cleanup stick and blur stick. None of these have color but help to minimize fine lines, moisturize dry areas and clean up little mistakes we make when we have a heavy hand.
I am totally in love with this brand! With just four pencils I get an entire face done and can go about my business feeling confident without an overly done look. There are many more products I’d like to try from them, one being their concealer pencils since liquid concealers don’t seem to work well for me and a pencil can really focus on those specific areas without getting crazy. Their mascara also looks pretty good because I always look for a lengthening version and theirs also enhances growth.
Has anyone else tried anything from the NUDESTIX line? What are your favorites? Share in the comments below!
Missed Part I of my review on NUDESTIX, you can view it here.
NUDESTIX can be found at Sephora, Space NK, Anthropologie, and Urban Outfitters