Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Clinique Chubby Stick Shadow Tints: Ample Amber + Fuller Fudge

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Who says crayons are just for kids? I’ve had so much fun colouring in my eyelids with Clinique’s new Chubby Stick Shadow Tints for Eyes.  These creamy shadows - available in 12 shades - can be worn sheer or built up for depth of colour, with a long wearing crease-free finish.  If you’re new to makeup or nervous about experimenting with eye colour, I urge you to give these a go… they really are foolproof, gorgeously creamy in texture and flattering with very little effort.

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The palm sized packaging is pretty and portable, great for girls on the go!  I’ve heard reports of zero creasing from other testers, though personally find these work best with a primer as my hooded lids are particularly prone to creasing. I’ve been testing two colours from the collection…

Fuller Fudge is a soft mushroomy brown, one notch up from taupe, with a subtle gold sheen that’s barely visibly on the skin. I think this would suit most skintones and works well all over the lid, as a liner, or smudged into the socket for a smoky eye.

Ample Amber is a  warm deep golden peach and looks lovely alone or paired with Fuller Fudge.  This is perfect for an everyday wash of colour and can be sheered out for a really pretty, barely there finish.  I think this will come into its own in Spring paired with pastels such as Mighty Moss (soft green), Pink and Plenty (pastel pink) or Lavish Lilac.

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The colours blend together beautifully, though by the time I’d photographed the first swatches I needed to add a little more product in order to blend as the shadow had already set - a good test of their staying power!  I used my fingers as it was so easy to do so, but am sure even better results could be created with a blending brush.

Chubby Stick Shadow Tints for eyes are available now at Clinique.co.uk and will be on counters from 15 February 2013 rrp £16 each.

Hands up who wants to colour in their eyelids with a Chubby Stick?

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