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Being a big fan of pretty much all of the Victoria Beckham eye makeup, I was very excited to try out the new Longwear Crease-Proof Eyeshadow Stick collection. Spoiler alert: they are good! Here’s the lowdown of Victoria Beckham Beauty EyeWear. I have swatches of all the shades here.
What is Victoria Beckham Beauty EyeWear?
- Pigment-rich, ultra-creamy eyeshadow stick
- Buildable texture
- Waterproof wear that lasts up to 8 hours
- Tug-free application
- Designed to blend seamlessly
- No base needed
- Available in 7 fashion shades and 2 finishes
- Vitas Vita – increases collagen synthesis for redensification. Energy-deprived skin is strongly improved, from skin elasticity to tonicity and firmness
- Seaweed (Fucus) Oil – soothing emollient that has high antioxidant and free radical scavenging activity. Dissipates subcutaneous fat deposits on the lower portion of eyelid for smoother looking lids.
Victoria Beckham Beauty EyeWear Shades & Swatches
There are seven shades in the EyeWear eyeshadow stick collection. They are:
- Oyster – shimmery pearl
- Trench – matte beige
- Caramel – shimmery bronze
- Bottle Green – shimmery deep khaki green
- Pecan – matte deep brown
- Macaron – matte lilac
- Sunflower – matte mustard yellow
I have swatched all the shades for you.
Here is Oyster, Trench, Caramel, Bottle Green, Pecan, Macaron, Sunflower:
My Review of Victoria Beckham Eyewear
I knew I was going to like these eyeshadow sticks. I have always got on well with similar products like the Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick, the Laura Mercier Caviar stick, and the By Terry Ombre Blackstar eye shadow.
EyeWear is the same format as these but the main difference is that the shade selection here is so so interesting. We have a yellow and a lilac, along with some absolutely beautiful neutrals.
The texture is stunning and I love how easily this applies so easily on to the lids, and it grips well even when I haven’t prepped the eyelid.
Although I mentioned those interesting lilac and yellow shades, the one I am most drawn to is Pecan, and I know I’m not alone because this is the shade that sold out at launch. It is now back in stock here*.
Pecan is the most gorgeous rich brown shade that is super buildable. You can use a small amount for a really subtle sculpted eye, or really build it up for a lovely soft yet super smoky look.
I really like the texture of the Victoria Beckham EyeWear sticks. It glides on to the lids without dragging the skin, and you get a nice bit of play time to blend out the colour with a fluffy brush before it sets down.
The shadows have a lovely flexible finish on the skin. It is longwear but it doesn’t feel dry or tight on the skin. It is such a comfortable product.
I love the mattes. So they so velvety and creamy. The shimmers are super pretty. They aren’t overly shiny or glittery and just give a beautiful shimmer. You can layer them all really nicely too.
I can’t wait to get brave and play with Sunflower!
If you are looking for a creamy, smoky liner, check out the Satin Kajals.
Where to buy Victora Beckham EyeWear
The new longwear shadow sticks are £30 and available now.