Neutrogena Crease-Proof Eye Shadow Stick Review

Neutrogena Crease-Proof Eye Shadow Stick Review

If you are gracefully aging or just stayed up way too late watching Netflix, putting on eye shadow can go from just being something we absent-mindedly do to a real challenge. As we get older, our eyelids start to sag and crease, making for a more challenging palette to color on. However, typically the key to eye shadow and aging is to find a good primer, but an eye shadow stick can actually be a good alternative as well.

The Neutrogena Crease-Proof Eye Shadow Stick only comes in two colors, one light and one dark. So this isn’t an eye shadow primer, or rather, isn’t just an eye shadow primer. For some women, it can be used as just eye shadow, giving the right amount of tint to their eyelids. For other women, this stick can be an easy to apply base that allows them to layer other colors on top. It is actually an excellent tool for those who do the smoky eye look.

The selling point is that it erases those tired line in your eyelids, making your eyes look bright, younger, and more dramatic without giving out and creasing. Younger eyes and no uneven coloring makes this eye shadow stick look pretty appealing. However, depending on which color you choose, one shade may irritate your eyes more than another.

The ingredient list of this eye shadow plays firmly in the realms of “may contain”. This means that either shade “may contain” mica, titanium dioxide, bismuth oxychloride, carmine, and alumina. However, it doesn’t say which may contain what, but since there are only two shades, there is a 50-50 chance you may get your irritant in one shade.

However, if you are not sensitive to any of the above, this eye shadow stick makes for an excellent primer whose shades can lead to a number of different coloring options or allow wearers to just keep their shades simple and natural.

Neutrogena Crease-Proof Eye Shadow Stick

Neutrogena Crease-Proof Eye Shadow Stick
8.5

Neutrogena Crease-Proof Eye Shadow Stick

9/10

    Pros

    • Good Primer
    • Solid Tints
    • Erases Eye Lid Lines

    Cons

    • "May Contain" a Number of Irritants
    • Only Tow Colors

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