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Smashbox ‘The Nude’ Lip Pencils

Posted on | May 27, 2009 | 1 Comment

Another Smashbox UK first from Just Beauty Direct and, (although I know we always say this) Smashbox have done it again.

Designed to perfectly match your own lip colour these brand new lip pencils are billed as the only lip pencil you will ever need – they give a barely there look (just perfect lips) but will match everything in your ‘lip wardrobe’. Or, put another way, by those in the know over at Specktra.net, these Smashbox pencils are the lip equivalent of the little black dress.

Four beautiful shades to compliment any skin tone are:

Fair – Light neutral pink

Light - Pink beige

Medium – Deep beige

Dark – Dark neutral brown

As the article at Specktra.net states,

The pencils are designed to match your lip tone and create a defined lip that looks organic to the face, not overdone. Aside from their beautiful shades, they contain ingredients to prevent feathering and promote longer wear. Each contains vitamins C and E and jojoba oil to condition the lips.

And all four shades are at JBD.

Smashbox Nude Lip Pencils


One Response to “Smashbox ‘The Nude’ Lip Pencils”

  1. Jayne
    May 27th, 2009 @ 9:17 am

    Having worn the fair and the light of these pencils on and off now for about a fortnight. I have to tell you how impressive they are. The fair has a beautiful, slightly pearlised, sheen to it, and it is the perfect colour for my rather pale lips.

    Using it to outline the lips in full and then fill in the bits at the corner of my mouth where the colour is almost non-existant (I know it is not just me that has that pathetic fade away of lip colour at the corners of the mouth), I now have significantly fuller looking lips with a definite ‘ no make up’ look. You simply cannot tell I am wearing a lip pencil at all. Pop on a bit of gloss and quite frankly there is no need to plump my pout at all.

    If I am wearing lipstick I quite like the Light Nude Lip Pencil – this gives more definition to my lips, again, without looking harsh or leaving any tell tale line.

    So a big thumbs up from me – be interesting to hear how you get on with these – especially those of you who are buying the medium and dark shades – are they are natural on you as they are on me?