Today I’ll talk about two of our pen­cils: 747 — ash gray with fine shim­mer and 730 — for­est brown.

Let us imme­di­ate­ly draw your atten­tion to the fact that the pen­cils are easy to apply, soft­ly shad­ed and sim­ply washed off with any micel­lar water or make­up remover.

The thick­ness of the line is reg­u­lat­ed by the force of press­ing on the pen­cil — the line can be either sub­tle thin or bright and expres­sive.

We strong­ly rec­om­mend that before apply­ing the pen­cil (as well as any oth­er dec­o­ra­tive cos­met­ics), wipe the skin with micel­lar water and dry with paper tow­els or just wait a cou­ple of min­utes.

Pen­cil 747 has an inter­est­ing soft gray shade with fine sil­ver shim­mer. It gives an orig­i­nal effect of water­col­or shad­ow and del­i­cate shine. When shad­ing, it acquires a noble smoky col­or with a scat­ter­ing of small crys­tals) An excel­lent solu­tion for soft water­col­or images with a twist.

Pen­cil 730 has a pleas­ant calm brown tint. Look­ing at it, one imme­di­ate­ly imag­ines a cool for­est, tree bark, stones. Ide­al for a nat­ur­al every­day look for blondes and brown-haired women. When shad­ing gives a soft expres­sive line. The effect of “make-up with­out make­up” — the eyes become brighter and more expres­sive, but only you know due to what this hap­pens.

Also, shad­ed soft arrows look very gen­tle in these two shades.

These two pen­cils are a must have in every one of us.