New In Beauty: Zoeva Graphic Eyes+ Shades


Today I have a very exciting release to share with you all, the six new shade additions to the Zoeva Graphic Eyes+ collection. These pencils are renowned for their intense pigmentation, longevity and slick packaging, whilst providing a blendable, easy to use formula for any make-up lover. 

These are actually the first shades I'm trying from this range and I'm already super impressed with the quality of these eyeliner pencils. With one swipe you get the most beautiful creamy colour, with an intense colour payoff. These (most of them, anyway) can be worn on the waterline (they're waterproof so say goodbye to those panda eyes!), on the lash line, all over the lid or as an eyeshadow base. The formula is extremely smooth which makes it super easy to use at any make-up skill level!

+ The Truth
This is a stunning vanilla shade with flecks of glitter in which reflect beautifully in the light. Perfect for an inner corner pop of highlight. The packaging states that this should not be applied to the waterline due to the white glitter inside the formula.

+ After The Disco
A shimmery, yellow toned classic gold shade with the same glitter particles as the previous shade. Not to be worn on the inner rim of the eye, but perfect for a pop of sparkle elsewhere.

+ Myth
This is a beautiful champagne shade with a rose undertone. This to me is a gorgeous rose gold which I don't tend to see much of in the make-up world. This is very shimmery, but does not contain glitter.

+ Taupe
I'd describe this as almost a high gloss/shimmer finish, it's very high fashion to me. It's a classic taupe with a plum undertone; this wouldn't go amiss blended on the lower lash line for a sexy smoky eye.

+ It's Never Over 
One of the two matte shades in this release. This unique burnt, brick red shade would look bomb paired with a grungy smoky eye. I imagine this going hand in hand with the Limecrime Venus Palettes, a match made in heaven!

+ Mute
A gorgeous matte, deep chocolate brown shade with a hint of taupe to it. I love using this to create a faded, more natural wing. See one I created here.

I have to say my favourite shades out of the bunch are definitely Taupe and After the Disco, they've already found their way into my daily make-up routine for a simple, go-to eye look.

Have you tried the Zoeva Graphic Eyes? What're your favourite shades?

Love, I.

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