Unlike the pots, the Pro Longwear Colour Sticks aren’t quite as emollient in texture, with a slightly drier texture during application. Despite this they still glided on smoothly without skipping or tugging, and blended out beautifully as long as you work fast, because these set within seconds (definitely work one eye at a time!). Once they do set they have a slightly tacky finish, similar to the Paint Pots, which I find makes a fantastic base for powder shadow. While I have worn these layered up on their own, my prefered way to use them is definitely for a soft smudgy look along the lashes, or as a base to give shadows more ‘grip’ and impact.
|L-R: Cinder Black, Flat White, Sweet Praline, Sand Bar, Ever Evergreen|
|L-R: Midnight Shadows, Sweet Viola, Toast, Frisky Blue|
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