Eye Colour Pencil
With Elate EyeColour Pencil, your face is the canvas: Swipe over your eyelids and blend, or colour outside of the lines to highlight features like your brows, cheeks, or nose with a few quick flicks. You can even try it as a lip colour! The epitome of multi-use in a grab-and-go size, and made with vitamin E and rice bran oil for moisturizing, all-day wear.
Amplify your features and express your own unique beauty with this vegan and cruelty-free EyeColour Pencil. The Elate EyeColour Pencil is made with low environmental emissions and COSMO CERT ingredients for a positive impact on the planet - with YOU in mind.
The smooth application and long-wearing hold allows you to effortlessly apply it to your eyes, cheeks or on your lips; where-ever your creativity guides you.
Gleam has a pearly cool undertone, perfect for everyday shine.
Glitz offers the perfect pop of champagne with a warm gold undertone.
Mystic is a neutral rose gold.
Ingredients: Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Mica, C10-18 Triglycerides, Silica, Copernicia Cerifera Cera, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Polyglyceryl-3 Diisostearate, Oryzanol, Glyceryl Undecylenate, Tocopherol, (+/-) CI 77891, CI 77491, CI 77499, CI 77492
Apply these shimmering creme pencils all over the eyelids, below the brows, down the center of the nose, or highlight the cheekbones for an effortless glow.
From digital festivities to intimate settings, these multi-use pencils glisten on the skin in the most delicate way.
With sustainability at the forefront of everything we do, these pencils produce minimal carbon in the production and disposal process. The lid is corn-derived to reduce plastic usage in the making of this product and lower environmental emissions, and the California cedarwood is PEFC certified which guarantees sustainable forest management. The labelling on the pencil is water-based paint, however the coloured end-cap is made of Urethane Acrylate and nitrocellulose and is not biodegradable.
The lid of the pencil can be industrially composted (please check with your local governmental systems), or disposed of in your household garbage along with the remnants of the pencil.