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Julie Hewett Eye Pencils

*Post originally written by Olivia J on The Unknown Beauty Blog. If you see this post elsewhere, it has been stolen!**

I thought I did a post on Julie Hewett Eye Pencils, but I guess I was thinking about Julie Hewett's Lip Pencils.  Well, here is the post and I hope the swatches help, although they may vary due to your monitor.  The eye pencils retail for $15USD while the Omit Concealer pencil, retails for $16USD and comes only in one color unlike its pan form.

  • Aurora-white; good for a mod look or to whiten the waterline.

  • Dahlia-shimmery purple with a touch of plum; not as smooth as the other pencils, has a tendency to skip and sheer out more when blended.

  • Fig-shimmery dark emerald; very pretty!

  • Patine-slight shimmer, a gray that leans just a tad towards the blue but not much.  Also a good brow pencil for salt and pepper hair.

  • Smudge-dark brown; a neutral dark every day brown.  Can be used as a smoky eye when black is too much.
  • Soot-black; dark and sooty.  

  • Omit-medium peach beige; great as an eye brightener, lip line highlight, and spot concealing for medium to medium dark skintones.

These pencils are a bit harder than the average pencil because they provide a precision application.  The best way to use this is to draw or dot then take a sable brush and blend to the desired sheerness.  If you want more color just apply more and blend, then top with an eyeshadow similar in color for a long lasting effect.  As a waterliner I find they do not irritate the eyes but staying power really varies.  If you have allergies and I mean due to weather caused ones, this will not stay.

Out of all these pencils, the most I get use out of is the Omit because as a lip line highlight; it works wonders.  I can skip regular lip liner.  Just make sure to blend it well especially if you are about to have a photo taken.  You don't want an obvious circle around your lips. 

All in all, these are nice pencils to have if you are a a collector of pencils like some people. :p  The only drawback could be the hardness of these which can be a bit too much for sensitive eyes, although, warming them up between the fingers before application does help.  Nice pencils!

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