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There's a reason why Jane Iredale Eye Glosses are called "silks." That's the way they go on, and that's the way they look on the lid. Smooth and luxurious, Eye Gloss will not crease or smear and will stay on until you take it off. Available in eight sparkling shades.
Especially Suited For: All skin types
For Best Effect: Apply your darkest color in a sideways V. Highlight above the iris in a medium shade. Highlight the brow bone in your lightest shade. Blend well with a clean brush.
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Color: Pink Silk (JIC_420)
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Comments about Eye Gloss:
I love the rich color of this bronze eye gloss in the tube and when you smear it on with the lip gloss style applicator it does transfer in the same bright, rich color. However, this doesn't blend at all. As soon as you touch it with a finger it transfers to your finger and leaves hardly any color behind. You'll have a lovely fingertip but bare eyelid! ha ha. It doesn't dry into a powdery finish that can be blended. It remains like a lip gloss texture so that it doesn't blend well and mostly transfers to whatever you're trying to blend it with instead. I saw the other reviewer who says she mastered the application of this and I'm hopeful I'll get there because I'm pretty experienced with cosmetics and the color is gorgeous but I haven't gotten this to blend how I want. It's just a weird texture that doesn't adhere well to the eyelid and then blend nicely. It's quite literally a gloss. Sometimes I apply it thickly to my lid, let it set for a few minutes, and then blend powder shadow around it which works pretty well, but trying to just use this and blend it how you want it and get it to go where you want without disappearing proves difficult. If it were made of something that clung to the skin better it would make a big difference. I'm going to try it with a flat brush and see if that helps to not pick up so much of the color from my eye. Colors are beautiful and a little goes a long way though.