Stash is a mossy green with gold shift...or dark gold with green shift. I'm not sure. Either way, the color is simply lovely. It is glittery but not overly so. I'm not a fan of green eye makeup but I like wearing this with KVD's On The Road or with brown shadows. It wears a long time: I applied it at 8am (I did use UDPP underneath). It's now 8pm and it still looks as fresh as when first applied. My only complaint is that it's impossible to get a sharp tip and draw fine lines with UD pencils since they are so creamy.
As someone with hooded eyelids that doesn't normally wear eyeliner, I simply adore this eyeliner. I've been using it for three years. I usually avoid liners of any kind because they seem to make my eyes look smaller. But this stuff is amazing and I lust after it so much I wish the colour was such that I could wear is all over my face and not just as a liner on my lids.
As with most UD products I've ever purchased, I didn't bother reading any reviews on this liner. I originally purchased it because of UD's policy on no animal testing. But what really won me over was the creamy smoothness of the product and the gorgeous colour. Until this eyeliner came into my life, I was sure that I would never find a pencil liner that wouldn't tug on my skin (I'm not a fan of liquid liners, as I feel pretty inept in applying them). This stuff is just pure gold. It's not so creamy that it has no staying power and transfers all over the place. It's soft enough that it applies with no tugging whatsoever and is a dream to apply. It just glides on without any fuss and, aside from a small bit of transferring, it looks as good at 7 p.m. as it did when I applied it at 7 a.m. (my hooded, oily lids make transferring happen; it's no fault of the product, but this might be something for people with heavier and/or oily lids to make note of).
The pigmentation is fabulous. There is a bit of shimmer to the liner owing to the very fine sparkles in the product, but it's a beautiful colour that just glows and never looks obviously glittery. The colour is darker olive-gold that's probably more suited to people with green, hazel, or brown eyes.
It's also very easy to blend out, if that's how you want to wear it.
The only two downsides to this product are the high cost (CAD$19 at Sephora) and that the pencil cap doesn't stay on the bottom of the pencil while you're using it (I'm taking off one lippy on the packaging just for that). While I might be interested in a dupe 'cause the price of this liner is pretty hard on the wallet, the dupe would have to be identical in texture and colour. Since I've yet to discover such a dupe, this liner will most certainly be a staple in my makeup bag for as long as UD makes it.
I really, really love this color - I haven't found anything quite like it in a while... maybe ever. It pairs greatly with the colors in the UD original Naked Palette (why I bought it in the first place). It stays put and really accents my hazel eyes. I can see how this may look a bit muddy on blue eyes and make them appear dull. However, I'd say this is a really good choice to complement hazel eyes like mine.
I love this pencil! Stash is a gorgeous golden khaki shade that stays on and glides on like a dream. I personally love smudging this out on my upper lash line and tight line with a sigma E65 with MAC rubenesque PP on the lids for a simple everyday look... It makes my brown eyes pop like crazy. I adore the UD pencils!
Stash is a nice addition to my pencils. I wish it were self sharpening, but it's no big deal. It's a great color...usually greens are too bright or yellow, but stash is a duller green with very fine gold shimmer, giving it a metallic look. Once it sets up, it lasts forever....except on the waterline. I got no wear there. I also can't manage to blend it out, so I wear it as a liner, period. I rarely tightline, so it's no biggie. I have green/hazel eyes, and it's complimentary. I think the price is very inflated for a pencil, but if you have issues with longevity, it might be worth it.
Is it just me, but Stash shows a shimmery bronze on me. I love it anyway, and wear it for daytime as their browns and blacks are too harsh on me for daytime wear. I wish these were retractable as I hate sharpening, but I got them anyway knowing that.
This green pencil glides on smoothly, sparkles with fine-grained gold shimmer. I wear it as an eye liner, and it complements many colors of shadow. It's deeply pigmented, so I get a lot of applications out of it before I have to sharpen the pencil again. I think it looks good with my hazel eyes. The color sets up without smearing and lasts all day.
I love this eyeliner, it glides on beautifully & doesn't need constant sharpening like Nyx slide on which is a good dupe but I actually don't think it ends up being much cheaper because of this.. The only reason I took off a lippy is because I wish it was slightly more pigmented.
I am a blue eyed NW10 (NW20 when tanning from a bottle).
I really wanted to like this product, but it just did nothing for my blue eyes. In fact, I think it made them duller. I love the 24/7 liner line, but not this shade.
This is a quality eyeliner. The colour is a magnificent slightly shimmery olive green yet dark enough to give a great outline. It's texture is creamy & is so very easy to apply. It just glides on making application of the upper lashes quick & less awkward. I'm not particularly convinced it's the best eyeliner for the lower lashes on me yet & am still attempting to understand why. I'm unsure whether it's due to the pencil having a slightly thicker crayon or whether the texture is too creamy for me making it appear smudged. I've not long purchased it & am still working out it's best use on me & once I work out what's going on I'll update you. So far, it's the nicest green I've ever come across & is the easiest to apply. I will definitely repurchase even if it's purely for use on my upper lashes. Beautiful product.