It seems like every brand is getting into the twist-up pencil craze. It started with Clinique, then Revlon followed and before you know it, dozens kept popping up everywhere. Pretty soon, almost everyone was raving how awesome the idea was.
Including me. I’m such a fan. You won’t be hearing any complaints from this side.
And ladies, we’re in for a treat as Etude House has now their own version. You girls won’t be disappointed.
Sketch Your Face With Multi Magic Pencil!
ETUDE HOUSE presents New Multi Pencil ‘Play 101 Pencil’ for easy and magical makeup! Creamy, Matte, Glossy, Shimmering Glitter variety of texture helps to have quick and easy make up, as eye, lip and blusher!
It will help make up starters to professionals for more effective make up pencil usage
Lets all turn into a princess with Play 101 Pencil.
The Play 101 Pencils each come as a slim, black pencil with their corresponding numbers and shades at the bottom, which are pretty much true to color. Etude House is so kind enough to give us a huge range of shades, from nudes to reds, pinks, corals and some blues, purples and greens too, an amazing total of 50 all in all! Now that’s what I call variety!
These pencils are advertised as multi-taskers. They can be used for the eyes, lips and cheeks as eyeshadows, eyeliners, bases, concealers, blush, lip colors. Aaah! The possibilities are endless.
Twist-ups are my favorite kind of pencils. No product is wasted and you won’t end up with messy pencil shavings at all. But what if — just what if — you need a sharper end? For a thinner definition on your waterline? A thinner cat-eye? Well, look no further! The Play 101 Pencils come with their own sharpener attached at the end. You’ll have to be gentle though. These are soft pencils.
I bought the shades #8 (matte beige), #15 (glossy peachy coral), #23 (glossy, cool-toned berry red), #24 (creamy burgundy red), #25 (glossy, warm-toned medium pink), #36 (electric blue with glitter) and #50 (creamy dark brown). I use #8 as an eyeshadow base and spot concealing. It works precisely for those pesky post-acne marks all over my chin and cheeks although you have to layer it on several times for medium coverage. I prefer to use #36 and #50 as eyeliners. They look so good and impressively lasts the whole day without fading if I’m careful not to rub my eyes. They stay on fine if exposed to water or sweat just don’t rub them because smudge-proof, they are not.
I’m strongly reminded of the colored pencils I used in my art classes in elementary every time I have these in my hands. Like I’m in an art class and I can go as crazy as I want with these pencils, practically doing anything I please with them.
Each Play 101 Pencil is available for Php 348 at all Etude House stores nationwide.
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