Beauty Picks 019 : Marc Jacobs Twinkle Pop Eye Stick

Looking for something easy breezy to apply on your eyelids which would look as though you spent hours trying to perfect your eye look? Marc Jacobs Twinkle Pop Eye Stick is here to save the day.

I created this beautiful, poppy crayon to apply color boldly to your eyes. – Marc Jacobs

imageUnlike other eye crayons that I’ve tried, this product gives a cooling effect when you glide them on your lids. You wouldn’t want to get any of it onto your eye balls as it will definitely sting. The ‘pure Alpine snow water from Swiss Alps’ that was infused into the product helps to create the cooling effect. It also promises to help hydrate your lids.

Also, I find that even without a primer below it, this product has a pretty good staying power. On lazy days, I’d find myself applying this product on it’s own and it works great. They’re highly pigmented and easy to blend in.

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From left : Volver, Leila & Stardust

What’s best about this product is that the packing is super chic and it consumes almost no space in my make up bag which makes it a great staple to bring around.

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On my face – Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation SPF 15 in 5.5 Warm Honey ll Tarte – The Brow Architect ll Marc Jacobs – Twinkle pop in Stardust ll MAC Extra Dimension Eye Shadow in Soul Serenade ll Urban Decay Eye Shadow in Beware ll Stila shape & shade custom contour duo in Deep ll MAC Bronzing Powder in Refined Golden ll Tarte Amazonian 12-hour Blush in Amused ll Loreal Shine Carsse in Milady  – This picture was taken 5 hours after application without any touch-up.

ll Pictures in this post taken with Leica D-Lux 109

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