Can be applied over existing make-up or applied on top of each other for additional color combinations
Good for those who don’t have the time or knowhow to apply eye shadow
Longer lasting than conventional eye shadow
Applicator Dimensions: 2.25" L x 1" W x 0.15" D
Paraben Free: Yes
10x Styles, with 10 applications each
Close your eyelid, and raise your eyebrow to give a flat surface for better application
Using both hands hold the Eye Majic applicator on the base of the eyelid for about 4 seconds
Applying comfortable pressure, slide the applicator across your eyelid moving away from your face. Sweep across the eyelid for the colors to transfer from applicator to eyelid area. It appears on your eyelid the same as it appears on the applicator in 3 shades
(Optional) Back of the applicator can be used to blend, or correct any errors
I’m glad there wasn’t as many boxes as in the photo. I thought each box was going to be one application, but ten manage to fit in each. It’s still an amazing waste of trash. I’m guessing this is one of the many reasons it didn’t fly.
At first look, the colors look amazingly similar. These are all labeled pearl shades. The amount of shades with pink as the crease color is way too high.
These are not for hooded eyes. When I open my eyes, most of the eyeshadow is hidden. Once I put my glasses back on, I might as well of not even tried. I can blend the highlight color up, but this isn’t anything like how I would normally put shadow on.
I was however pleasantly surprised at how well they transferred. The first shade I tried was super light on the applicator. Ended up being really pigmented on the eye.
Staying power… I guess I’ll have to try this again during the day. I accidentally fell asleep with this on and when I woke up, it was barely visible. When I’ve done this with regular eyeshadow, it didn’t disappear like this did.
It’s too bad these didn’t include the leopard print colors. I think those would of been fun.
I have shades that range from 1-24. I can’t believe they have at least 24 different versions.
For $4, I’ve written way too long of a first impressions.