Perfect Combos: Jeweled Eye Pencils & Eye Shadow Trios

We can’t stop raving about our new Jeweled Eye Pencils for several reasons: they are flattering for all eye colors, have the perfect amount of subtle shimmer, and glide on smoothly. But perhaps the best thing about these new Pencils is their versatility. They can stand alone with just a swipe of mascara or look beautiful when paired with our Eye Shadow Trios. National Makeup Artist Janeena paired three of our Eye Shadow Trios with Jeweled Eye Pencils to create  three stunning looks that only require two products!

Janeena paired the Jeweled Eye Pencil in baroque with Eye Shadow Trio in copper sheen for a pretty bronze eye that’s perfect for fall. To get this look, start by placing Jeweled Eye Pencil in baroque on your lower lid then blending it into your crease and bottom lash line with the Blending Brush. Next, apply the darkest color from Eye Shadow Trio in copper sheen on top and blend into crease and pack lower lash line. Apply the  light gold color from trio in crease and blend half way to brow bone. Complete the look by using the lightest shade to  highlight your brow bone and the inner corner of your eye.

For a little pop of color, Janeena dreamed up this pretty combo using the Jeweled Eye Pencil in merlot with the Eye Shadow Trio in palm. We love this unique combination of jewel tones! Start by applying merlot to your crease, your lid, and lower lash line. Next, blend the green from the Eye Shadow Trio palm into crease and lid creating a soft transition from the merlot to the green. Then apply the medium peach color from your crease to mid brow bone and highlight with the lightest color.

For a gorgeous, soft smoky eye look Janeena paired the Jeweled Eye Pencil in antique with Eye Shadow Trio in coffee. Recreate this look for a glamorous night out by placing antique in your crease and on your lower lash line. Next, apply the dark brown from the trio in crease and blend with the antique shade. Add the gold shade from trio on lid and blend completely with the Blender Brush. Finish the look by highlighting your brow bone with the lightest shade from the trio.