Scandal Eyes Eyeshadow Sticks in Bulletproof Beige and Bad Bronze
The Scandal Eyes eyeshadow sticks are the first Rimmel London products I believe I've tried, and they are fabulous! Smooth, creamy, easy to blend, long lasting, and inexpensive - what more could you ask for?
These remind me of Urban Decay's 24/7 Glide On shadow pencils, but at a fraction of the cost. The UD pencils are $20, whereas Rimmel's are $4.49 each. Given the frequent BOGO deals on drugstore products, they can be even cheaper. UD does have a better color selection with 12 pencils, but I'm seeing nine current colors in the Scandal Eyes, which is not bad.
Here I used Bulletproof Beige from lash line to crease, and Bad Bronze smudged out along the upper and lower lashes. Scandal Eyes eyeshadow sticks are supposed to be smudge and waterproof, and in the week that I've been wearing them, I'd say that is true. They are blendable when first applied and I've been using an eyeshadow brush to smudge them out, but once set, they wear beautifully. I do use an eye primer, but my lids are very oily so a primer is a must for me.
For this look, I applied shadows first and then Bad Bronze smudged along the upper lash line and Bulletproof Beige along my lower lash line. I love that they can be used as both a shadow and a liner and find them really easy to work with! I've got two more colors that arrived today, so it will be interesting to see if there is consistent quality throughout the color range.
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