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Indulge your inner control freak with this totally obedient Evercolor Shadow Stick. Once it’s on your lids, it won’t come off until you say so—the creamy formula goes on smoothly but won’t rub off without a high-proof makeup remover. Not only that, but it’s got some serious multitasking skills: The three-in-one formula acts as a primer, shadow base, and shimmery shadow. And if you like a bolder look, you can also use it as eyeliner (so, guess that makes it four-in-one then).
The color is great and goes on easily. However, by the end of the day, the shadow gets streaked, but this is a problem I have with many shadows.3
Not much of an eye shadow person, but I really liked the color and how easy it was to use. I would purchase this product. Even my daughter liked it.
Took a minute to get used to the stick. It needs a heavier hand than a powder. After getting used to it I really like it. Vibrant color that lasts all day.4
It was very easy to apply but at the end of the day when my skin tends to be more oily it "cakes up". For me it's better to stick with a powder eye shadow.2
it is not something that I would use on a regular basis, but it is a good quality3
This has become my go-to shadow for every day. Very easy to apply and lasts pretty much all day. Great neutral color.5
I love this product, although I wish it came in more colors, I love it for when I don't want to go all out on my makeup that day, just to perk up my eyes with some mascara.4
I will most likely buy this again when I run out. This is the eyeshadow stick that converted me. Normally, I'm someone who prefers to stick to powder shadows, simply because of the blendability. However, the Mally shadow stick in Copper Rose made me want to try to work with shadow sticks, and I'm glad I did. For mornings when I'm not at all into choosing six shades, I pick Copper Rose and a gray BB shadow stick. Copper Rose looks gorgeous on my lid and crease, and the gray shadow in the outside corner of my eye complete a natural, easy look. I have not tried Copper Rose without TF's Shadow Insurance, but it certainly doesn't crease or warp on my fairly oily lids. Copper Rose is a fantastically flexible shade; I use it on my lids and crease, but it would work as a transition shade, or a corner shade. I suggest giving it a try!5
I've been using this for a few weeks, it's really useful. Wish they had a darker shade.4
Got this a few months ago in the box but just getting to try it now- I received the rise copper color. Love this! Perfect color, goes on so EASY! No mess! I will definitely buy more!5