Marcelle Lux Cream Eye Shadow + Liner in Sea Breeze and Wisteria – Swatches, Pics, Review

When I had my little drugstore shopping spree a few weeks back I decided to try a couple of the Marcelle Lux Cream Eye Shadow and Liner pencils. I’m not really sure why I selected colours so out of my comfort zone but I have a feeling I will be going back and picking up more. These are PERFECT for summer. When they say waterproof and smudge proof they aren’t kidding. These babies don’t budge!

A jumbo pencil in a creamy, non-sticky luxurious formula. The ultra-silky texture glides on evenly for a quick and easy application and color that lasts up to 9 + hours. Waterproof, the color will not smudge, transfer or crease once it sets. Use each pencil alone as a shadow or as a liner, or mix and match shades to create your own looks. The sponge-end makes smoky-eye looks easy to achieve. Simply use the smudge tip to extend the color onto your lid for the perfect smoky eye.
 Hypo-allergenic and perfume-free.
 Format: 0.05 OZ / 1.6 g
Suggested retail price: $13.95

The product comes as a chubby pencil with a smudger tip on the other end.

I brought home Sea Breeze and Wisteria. Beautiful, shimmering pastels that evoke the joy of spring. I’ve played with these quite a bit and they function excellently on their own as an eyeshadow or liner and also work great as a base. I literally rubbed my fingers across my lids and the Lux Cream Eye Shadows did not move at all.


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  • Tracy@Beauty Reflections
    April 10, 2012 at 3:26 AM

    These didn’t last on me and my dastardly oily lids at all. :( I love that Sea Breeze one so much though. Sigh.

  • PerilouslyPale
    April 10, 2012 at 11:21 AM

    Oh no! Really? I don’t have oily lids but the way they lasted on me I would have thought they’d have lasted on anyone. Did you try with a primer? It would have to last that way no?

  • MarciaF (Beauty Info Zone)
    April 11, 2012 at 1:35 AM

    I always experiment without a primer first and then with a primer. I haven’t tried these but I have a feeling they’d last on me without a primer. The colors are pretty. I hope they come out with some darker ones too.

  • Anonymous
    July 24, 2012 at 7:39 PM

    how do you push the colour up once the crayon has gone down?

  • Perilously Pale
    July 24, 2012 at 8:47 PM

    Anonymous it is not a twist up pencil. You would have to sharpen it.


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