Limited Edition: Rebirth Collection Tri-Color Eye Pencil

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Update by Erin:

I just tried the shu uemura  Tri-Color pencil and I love it! It makes it easy to add a touch of vibrant color to your everyday look.  The colors go on warm and bright and open my eye up without ever looking too heavy, it smooths on so easy with the crayon style applicator. This fun little pencil has three colored tips that snap into each other and can be used as eyeliner or eyeshadow.  They go on smooth and the small size was great to carry in my purse and apply after work before meeting friends!

What it is:
A colorful, stacked eyeliner and shadowing pencil from shu uemura made up of three coordinating shades.

What it does:
These unique, connectable three-in-one eye pencils have a soft, creamy texture which adheres extremely well on the skin. The convenience of three beautiful shades in one enables you to draw multiple colors onto your eye area and create looks without boundaries.

What else you need to know:
Use the pencils as a liner, or blend on the entire eyelid as an eyeshadow. They may also be used as an eyeshadow base for a more intense look. The limited-edition pencils come in shades Aqua Flow (cool tones of green and blue) and Energy Flow (warm tones of yellow and peach).

Revitalize your look this Spring with shu uemura’s limited edition Rebirth collection. Inspired by the purity, energy, and innocence of the spring season, Mr. Uemura designed the 126th Mode Makeup collection to celebrate its 40th anniversary by using a combination of soft and vivid hues embellished with a unique and graceful leaf motif to communicate the revitalization of nature occurring at this time of year.

$25.00 – BUY IT HERE!


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