February 19, 2013

Get a chubby for these eyeshadow sticks from Clinique, Sephora, Avon and Revlon!

Whether you like precise application or a sheer wash of colour, shadow sticks are the quickest way to achieve an easy eye look. Just make sure you use an eyeshadow primer, maybe it's just me but cream shadows always crease on me if I don't regardless of what they may say about being non-creasing!

Clinique Chubby Stick Shadow Tint for Eyes - $19 - in 12 easy to wear shades: Bountiful Beige, Lots o' Latte, Fuller Fudge, Ample Amber, Whopping Willow, Mighty Moss, Pink & Plenty, Curvaceous Coal, Lavish Lilac, Big Blue, Portly Plum and Massive Midnight - creamy shadow sticks that deliver a pretty wash of sheer, buildable, non-creasing and long-wearing colour.

Available now at Clinique counters across Canada and www.clinique.com.
Sephora Crayon Jumbo 12H - $17 - in 28 shades: White, Grey, Taupe, Beige, Brown, Gold, Kaki, Green, Turquoise, Marine, Violet, Purple, Glitter, Black, Silver Glitter, Grey Glitter, Beige Glitter, Pink Glitter, Dark Taupe Shimmer, Brown Glitter, Dark Brown Matter, Green Shimmer, Peacock Blue Shimmer, Electric Blue Matte, Mauve Shimmer, Purple Glitter, Purple Matte, Lilac Shimmer - resistant to water, heat, and humidity, with a creamy, high-pigment formula that applies smoothly and is formulated with exclusive waxes and pigments to assure maximum color intensity that stays put for 12-hours.

Available at Sephora and sephora.ca.
Avon Big Color Dual-Ended Eye Pencil - $6.99 - in 5 colour duos: Plum Perfection, Perfect Nudes, Silver Smoke, Go to Greens and Blue Smoke - can be used as a shadow or liner, either way it offers glide-on waterproof colour that lasts for hours!

Available from your Avon rep - 1-800-265-AVON or online at www.avon.ca.
Revlon ColorStay Smoky Shadow Stick - $10.95 - in 5 duos: Torch, Atomic, Flare, Smolder and Volcanic - offer long-lasting 12 hour colour that won't fade, crease or smudge and are perfect for creating a smoky eye look. One end has a rounded tip for base and highlighting while the other is pointed for smoky effect.

- Lisamarie -


  1. Do you have a primer preference? I've been using the primer from Urban Decay and I'm not sure I'm loving it. I've also used MAC Paint Pots and a few of the Maybelline Color Tattoos as eyeshadow primer and I don't mind those. Thoughts?

    1. I use the UD PP but I also like the Stila Prime Pot. One I've been meaning to try is the Too Faced Shadow Insurance - I hear really good things about it!

      Best, Lisamarie

  2. Clinique Chubby Stick Shadow Tint for Eyes! They looks so gorgeous! I heard that they're sorta waterproof, and very long-lasting.


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