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Fun fact: There are reportedly 17,000 websites dedicated to Aishwarya Rai and her mesmerizing eyes. Snag a little bit of the Bollywood legend's look with these eye-brightening cream shadows from Indian-inspired brand Sumita. The easy-to-use pencils let you contour and line like a pro, while the pretty shades add instant drama. The long-lasting formula clings to lids and has a subtle (not over-the-top) shimmer.
I received the purple color in my box this month. What they describe as a "vivid violet" is a sheer pastel purple. Not gonna lie, I was not a fan of the color at all. I can't comment on the other colors, but this one was quite sheer without much color payoff. It was also very shimmery- too much for my liking really but someone else might not care. Much more shimmery than it appears in the stick however. I wore this over 8 hours without a primer, and I would say I have oily eyelids. There was a slight amount of creasing by then, but it was difficult to say for sure as it was so sheer. The coverage was not build-able as rather than adding another layer a second application would just start to remove the underlying layer. The pencil allowed a relatively easy application. I have a feeling that my opinion would've likely have been different with one of the more opaque colors. It smells terribly, but that really doesn't bother me for something I apply to my eye.3
I really liked the concept but the color was electric blue. Would be great to be able to state colors that I would use3
I don't normally wear eye shadow but this is a very pretty color and goes on quite smooth.3
The pencil is a good size, and the formula slides on well. There's a deal of shimmer, but the color (Tej) is too subtle for my tastes. I would consider other colors in the collection after testing if they had a bit more payoff.3
This eye shadow is a nice consistency and the pigment is great, however I have red hair and received the bright pink- which is probably the one color I could never wear.3
I have to admit, I was a little freaked out when I saw a purple sparkly pencil in my birchbox, but this turned out to be a great product! It was perfect for a quick transition from work to happy hour. My only gripe is that it doesn't last very long and because the pencil is so think, it was hard to not get it on my lashes.3
I was happy to receive an eye shadow stick, but glittery pink eye shadow is not a good fit for me. It seems to hold up well, though, so I'd like to try it in a more neutral shade.3
I really enjoyed this eyeshadow pencil. I got a weird khaki color that I think would've looked better on brown eyes but I have used it as a crease color.4
I received this is an Olive color, it was a really pretty green with gold mixed in. The liner was so pretty that I ended up just smudging it along my lash line and using mascara. It wore really well throughout the day and was easy to take off. The only thing that kept me from giving it 5 stars, was it seemed like I had to sharpen a lot of the pencil to get a sharp point. Overall I loved it, and the price isn't bad.4
I was really unsure about this when I first saw it. The description says eyeshadow pencil, but it looks more like an eyeliner to me. The tip is pointed and narrow like an eyeline. I used it in gold as an eyeliner and I liked it even though I usually wear black eyeliner. It was a fun change.4