While the Autograph Strobing Eye Tint looks rather unassuming, I absolutely love them, especially the bronze shade. The silver is a bit 80’s disco but both of them bring a light to the lids that’s really pretty. These are made to a formula that doesn’t ‘shrink’ on the lid so if you have lid creasing, they won’t exacerbate that. I’m wearing the bronze right now, and although I can feel it there, I do think it might have even made my lids look a little smoother.
I’m wearing the colour at a lighter intensity than the swatch and it really is brightening and reflective. More importantly, it’s a stayer – unless you have very oily lids, in which case, I’d suggest you avoid altogether (I’d also suggest that you avoid if you have very sensitive lids – liquid metallics can give a bit of a sting to sensitive skin). I can’t quite get to grips with the silver shade as a colour but my goodness..talk about waking up the eyes! There’s quite a strong white base to this, shot with iridesence, which is why it’s not really ‘silver’ as such, but as a general eye brightening product, it’s a secret genius!
The Autograph Strobing Eye Tint doesn’t launch til 28th of August (or £8 each) but if you spot it, nab it! One of the really frustrating things about Autograph is that it looks so boring – you probably wouldn’t pick out the Autograph Strobing Eye Tint unless you’d had a tip off: the whole line needs a revamp to make it less apologetic and far more attractive.
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