Smudge Pot Cream Eyeshadow

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Smudge Pot Cream Eyeshadow

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Smudge Pot Cream Eyeshadow is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 444.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blends with other smudge pots Love it. Perfect glow for tan skin white girls ;) like me
Date published: 2019-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to blend... Even on mature eyelids! This is my new go to when I want a quick fix. Here's what I do: Put concealer on eyelids (after treatment, of course), put a light dusting of shimmery eye shadow in a light shade over whole lid, use a eye shadow blender brush and dip/swirl in shadow pot, smooth across eye crease very lightly and then stipple afterwards. For older gals, the first light-touch application works very well. The stippling deepens the color and fills in all the little "wrinkle tracks" that are still hanging around. Then I just swirl a q-tip into the pot 'till there's color on the swab and swipe across my lower lids. Voila! Easy, natural and quick day look. Color I got was Cruisin' Chic. SURE WISH THEY'D COME OUT WITH MORE COLORS; THESE ARE SUPERB!
Date published: 2019-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent application and pigmentation I bought all three colors of these and I love them! They glide on with a brush or your finger easily. I prefer my finger personally but brushes work just as well. The pigment is amazing as well. I hope in time Elf adds more colores. But I highly recommend these.
Date published: 2019-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cruisin Chic True to the color shown. Very pretty, highly pigmented, with smooth application. A little goes a long way so this little pot could last a while!
Date published: 2019-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy to apply I bought this a couple of weeks ago in "Cruisin Chic". When I first touched it with my finger it felt pretty hard. I thought it was dried out. When I gave it a try, I just stippled a shadow blending brush in it and swiped it across my lid. To my surprise, it went on very smoothly and effortlessly. The color, however, did not look like the picture. It was more gold and more shimmery than the photos looked. I was expecting a kind of light, pinky-brown color. Other than that I really like it a lot. I do wish they had more colors available, though.
Date published: 2019-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty Darn Good I bought Brownie Points before they discontinued it. Would love to see it come back.
Date published: 2019-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tons of compliments! Such a dark horse! I was eager to try this, and it was one of the freebies with my points, so I jumped on it. When it came, I was very happy with the color, though the texture seemed a but chunky at first finger-swipe. Also, it gets caught under my nail since the shape of the pot requires me to bend my finger if I apply that way. But the color is really super pretty. It's on the nude side, but has more substance. It's like a smoky nude eye, but a bit more cool, and slightly metallic. I've used it in the center of my lid over powder shadows, but it doesn't really seem to want to stick that way. My most successful way of using it was to blend a transition color into my socket (since my eyes are quite heavily hooded), a slightly darker color on the outer corners, and then use a dense, flat, shadow brush to tap this right on the lid. And students at the university where I'm a professor, loved it! I also took a bit on the lower lash line to smoke it out a bit. I might try using this first at some point and building up powder over the top to see if that's successful. But this is a really great everyday color, especially if you really want to be minimal.
Date published: 2019-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So simple! Ain’t that sweet is the shade I use when I don’t have time to do my eyeliner or any eyeshadow, but it’s so pigmented and stays put all day, so it ends up looking just as beautiful! It looks more natural than other eye makeup but still gives me a nice glow that I feel comfortable going out with. I have generally oily eyelids and this works like a charm! A little goes a long way too so one smudge pot will last you a while
Date published: 2019-01-05
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I have very fair skin and green eyes. I am looking for a smudge Pot that will be close to my skin tone. I got Crusin' Chic but it's too dark. Would back to basics work? 

Asked by: DesiLouK
I have fair skin and green eyes too. Cruisin Chic is my go-to, but I apply it where my eyelashes start and then gently blend it up to my brow bone. I use only my fingertips and then don't use any other colors on my eyes. By doing it this way you can reduce how heavy the color is. Super simple if you are on the go and just need a little something to spruce up your eyes. Follow with eyeliner and mascara.
Answered by: Heather S
Date published: 2018-07-09

PLEASE come up with a matte set of these! I would have 2 of each one in my makeup drawer ALL the time.  It is really hard to find good creme matte eyeshadows.  I love the matte colors as I am 48 and we aren't 'supposed' to wear shimmer or glittery >.<

Asked by: Chelle1967
Stace64 - It's not a rule that was made up. As we age our eyelids become thinner, causing wrinkles, even there! Shimmer/frosted makeup accentuates the wrinkles (the lids wil look "crepey") - anywhere on the face. If your lids are still looking good, rock the sparkle!
Answered by: StellarWinds
Date published: 2019-03-11

Which color smudge pot would you recommend matching with Ain't that Sweet?  I'm thinking Wine Not.....but will Hit the Town work?

Asked by: BrooklynMariposa
hit the town must have been discontinued. but i definetly think "wine not"would look great with "aint that sweet". i also think if u want to go with a light glowy/pastel look, you could also try " gotta glow" :)
Answered by: lydi
Date published: 2017-03-31

I have been wanting to get the Pearls of Wisdom color for months now, but I can't find it in any store and it has been out of stock online for months. Do you know when that color will finally be in stock online again?

Asked by: allie12
i think it was discontinued, sorry:(
Answered by: lydi
Date published: 2016-09-07

are these similar to mayballine color tattoos and Macs paint pots?

Asked by: swimgirl13
Yes. These  guys have been compared by a youtuber Kathleenlights who has reviews on MANY e.l.f. products also. Personally have only tried the Maybelline.
Answered by: sasha_utarid
Date published: 2017-04-01

Which of the Smudge Pot Cream Eyeshadows are matte?

Asked by: noshimmer
None. They are all shimmery.
Answered by: Tiffini42112
Date published: 2019-03-15

when will the "gotta glow" be back in stock?

Asked by: ebb98
It is back in stock now.
Answered by: Tiffini42112
Date published: 2016-03-11

Could these also be used as an eyeshadow base for pressed powder eyeshadows? or is it too creamy of a formula?

Asked by: westcoast21
These could totally work for an eyeshadow base. It is a creamy formula that quickly dries and doesn't budge.
Answered by: Tiffini42112
Date published: 2018-03-11
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