Musings of a Muse

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May 13, 2009

Anastasia Beverly Hills Eye Lights Matte Review

Ok, peeps...it's going to get hot soon and humid. I'm deciding if that's a yuk or a yay...hmm!

Anyway as it becomes warmer you may find that your make up begins to melt off your very face (it happens sadly!), particularly your shadow...oh noes! Why, jebus, why!? Was that dramatic? The Muse loves drama.

But yes indeed your shadow may fade, crease, etc....or you may be prone to oily eye lids...my god how do people with oily lids cope? My big sis has oily lids and it's a nightmare. I don't have this problem but I can sooooo understand how crummy it must be!

No worries...perfect solution for mattifying those eyes, getting your shadows to last all day, and other general problems are solved after the jump!


Anastasia Beverly Hills Eye Lights Matte to save the day! This versatile, multitasking cream to powder pencil can be used to highlight, mattify, prime, prep, and conceal all while looking really pretty in a sweet peachy pink color and an easy to use pencil. Loves it!


The pencil is a nude peachy pink shade that wakes up tired eyes, refreshes the eye area and creates a good base for shadows. If you have oily lids you're definitely going to want to give this a whirl as the formula has an incredible matte finish that's sure to keep lids from being an oily mess. The pencil can multitask as a highlighter for your brow area, a quick touch up for brightening up under your eyes (be gone tired eyes), or as a base for your shadows which not only mattifies but also intensifies colors. Or if you're feeling minimal just use it as a quickie touch up to give eyes a refreshed, natural look.




The Muse recs it for those warm, hot days ahead when you need an extra little something to keep your shadow in place or evil oily lids at bay!

Check it out at Sephora.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Beauty Bitch said...

Oily lids = eyeshadow death! The pigment literally gets carried away on an oil slick. Gross. My tried and tested formula is double primed lids: UDPP topped with a MAC Paint, Shadestick or other silicon base. Then a *very* pigmented shadow on top and I'll usually last 8 hours or so before it melts away.

May 13, 2009 at 8:53 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hi bora!
awww :( my sis has the same problems :(

May 14, 2009 at 12:24 PM  

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