The Best Pencil Ultra Opaque

(1.14 g / 0.04 oz)

The indispensable pencil. A precise, crisp line that glides on seamlessly and can be used with shadow on top or all by itself. Highly pigmented, this formula is based on 1970s no-frills, ultra-dense formulas—but updated with a clean and modern ingredient stack. Blend it, smoke it, apply it as a sharp graphic line. As easy as it is effective.

  • CLEAN / CRUELTY FREE

    The Best Pencil Ultra Opaque

    (1.14 g / 0.04 oz)
    Current quantity:1

    The indispensable pencil. A precise, crisp line that glides on seamlessly and can be used with shadow on top or all by itself. Highly pigmented, this formula is based on 1970s no-frills, ultra-dense formulas—but updated with a clean and modern ingredient stack. Blend it, smoke it, apply it as a sharp graphic line. As easy as it is effective.

    • CLEAN / CRUELTY FREE
      Current quantity:1
      The Best Pencil Ultra Opaque
      01 Black
      Bobbi's Tip

      If you want to keep your look soft, use your finger or a brush to smudge it. If you want stronger definition, create a line with a flick at the outer corner. It all depends on your personal style.

      How to use
      Start at the outside of your eye on the upper lash line. Follow the base of the lashes, as close to the lashline as you can, working your way towards your nose. When you finish, close the eye you’re working on and fill in any spots where your lid shows through.
      The Best Pencil is made from:
      Vitamin E (Tocopherol)
      A clinically-proven antioxidant that protects against environmental stressors while strengthening the skin barrier and aiding cell restoration. Hydrating and anti-inflammatory.
      Cottonseed Oil
      High in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, this skin-softening plant oil helps skin to retainmoisture. Vitamin E works together with linoleic acid to soothe and aid in repairing damaged skin cells.
      Palmitic Acid
      An emollient that softens skins and helps to retain moisture by forming an occlusive layer. It also possesses antioxidant properties, helping to prevent free radical damage.
      We never use:
      EDTA
      Used to stabilize formulas and preserve makeup products, this binding agent has been tied to organ and environmental toxicity.
      Ethanolamines
      These surfactants have been linked to allergies, skin toxicity, hormone disruption and birth defects.
      Parabens
      These antimicrobial agents, often used as preservatives, are potential hormone disruptors and allergy triggers.
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