Sante eyeshadow stick in silver shade n°2 (full review here) : Super versatile, works both as an eyepencil and full-blown eyeshadow, I mostly use it to highlight the inner corner of my eye and the lower lashline. I did have to purchase the Sante pencil sharpener, as the eyeshadow sticks are bigger than regular pencils.
Benecos Natural Kajal eyeliner in brown : I use it almost daily, it’s perfect for a subtle daytime look. Benecos eyeliners are very affordable, and you won’t be let down by the quality.
Inika Certified Organic in White Crystal : This is a staple in my beauty routine, I apply it in the inner corner of my eye or in the lower lashline to create a luminous and awake look. It stays put for approx. 4-5 hours, so you might need it to reapply it during the day.
Bonus: a pencil sharpener is included in every Inika eyeliner.
Logona eyeliner pencil n°1 in deep black: This one is highly pigmented! A deep intense carbon black, which works fantastic for a smoldering smokey eye. Stays put and doesn’t fade away. I love it to pieces. When I want a more dramatic look, I immediately turn to this one.
Inika Certified Organic in Green Lagoon : The color is a stunning emerald green that compliments brown eyes really well. A bit shimmery, it lasts longer that Inika in white Crystal. I mostly apply it on my lower lashline, and it’s just a great item to jazz up your makeup look.
Benecos Natural Kajal eyeliner in night blue : Just like green, navy blue works great on dark eyes. I used to steer cleer of blue shades when it came to eye makeup, until I saw this article on bellasugar.
Sante eyeshadow stick in coffee shade n°8 ( full review here): A bronzish color, which will illuminate your eyes. Looks great for lining the upper and lower
lashline, and is working with both warm and cool tones.
What eye pencils/eyeliners do you use? Let me know in the comment section 🙂