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Shadow Pencil, Aigle Noir 1 ea


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Aigle Noir:  Black infused with gold shimmer

Soft Touch Shadow Pencils provide easy, portable, long-wearing application.  These jumbo sized pencils have versatile functionality to shade the lid, line, or highlight the eye.

Smooth, creamy texture delivers a smooth, velvety feel to the eye and make for easy blending and an ideal base for layering with a powder shadow for increased color intensity.

  • Portable application
  • Smooth, creamy, long-wearing formula
  • Easy and seamless blending
  • Ideal base for layering with powder eyeshadow to increase color intensity

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NARS Soft Touch Shadow Pencil, Aigle Noir, .14 oz

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Fun Evening Look

By Eva10309

from Amarillo, Texas

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  • Blends Easily
  • Easy Removal
  • Easy To Apply
  • Glides On Smoothly


  • Sheer

Best Uses

  • Going Out
  • Smoky Look
  • Thicker Line

Comments about NARS Soft Touch Shadow Pencil, Aigle Noir, .14 oz:

This product is not so much an eyeliner as it is an eyeshadow pencil. It looks great rubbed on then smudged for an edgy, smoky nightime look. The one drawback is that unles you layer it over or under a darker shadow, it tends to apply as more of a gray than a strong black, and there is a bit more gold glitter than I would have liked. I typically layer it with the matte black side of NARS Pandora Eye Shadow Duo for more effect. Overall a fun and easy way to create a nighttime look.

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