Milk jumbo pencil is a staple product in my makeup collection. It's an opaque creamy TRUE matte white, spreads like a dream & so easy to manipulate. I use this on top of Mac painterly/bare study paint pots. This is a sticky base that helps shadows to appear more vibrant & adhere to the lids. Many eye shadow primers do stop creasing/fading but are so drying they make the shadows look dull & hard to blend. That’s why I use milk. When using it you want to apply it to the LIDS, and then blend evenly all over. Also apply enough for it to work but not too much for it to crease. I get this from my local beauty supply stores around $1.99 – $2.99 always have backups. I finish them after between 8-12 months. continued >>
What have I been doing with myself all of the years I've gone without Milk?! I purchased this at Ulta (it's the only place aside from Online that I can find that sells NYX) for 4.39$. It says creaseless, smudgeproof, and waterproof eyeliner/eyeshadow. It definitely lives up to all of those descriptions! It is so smooth and silky, I love using this on my waterline because it totally opens up my eyes and makes my smaller almond eyes look bigger. It lasts for HOURS. Most eyeliners I put on my waterline only last an hour or two before fading away. Not this! I have had it on for hours, like a full day, and it is still going strong. Not only is it a good eyeliner, but it's perfect as a eyeshadow base! I love how creamy this is when I apply it to my lid, it blends out effortlessly and color just seems to stick like glue when I put eyeshadow on it. I used this with my Urban Decay's Half Baked and it made it look SO perfect, it looks exactly like it looks in the pan, pigmented, gold, foil like almost, specks of gold, and it is so much more gorgeous then when I use it without Milk. I will definitely be purchasing much more of these, and try out more colors.
Love love love this product...easy to blend, doing fantastic job as a highlighter or an eyeshadow base...It's a must have eye pencil!
A white matte eye base. No shimmer. It is perfect for your eyeshadows to stick to. Just remember since it is white, that it will make your eyeshadows have a different tint (in this case a bit lighter) to them. They are pretty easy to depot. I just cut the tip off crushed it in the pot I was going to put it in, took the bottom cap off, put the pencil (and pot) in the microwave to melt and soften. Its convient either way though. It is the perfect white base. It can be hard to find in stores though that are not ulta. Easy to blend and help eyeshadows to not crease though I still recommend using a primer underneath since the NYX jumbo pencil is not exactly a primer.
This is pretty good for highlighting the brow bone and inner corner. I only apply it on the lid when I put primer down first, but it really does make color pop. It's creamy and blends like a dream with your fingers. I like it a lot, but not enough to rebuy.
This is perfect for highlighting the brow bone and doing an inner corner highlight. The shade is perfect and it is very easy to blend in.
I have never used this on my lid, but I imagine it would crease as my other jumbo eye pencils do. However, I would definitely recommend and will purchase in the future.
I was a little worried to try this since I hated my other nyx jumbo shadow pencils since they would crease like crazy and would slide right off but I love love love this as a inner corner and under brow bone highlight or to line the waterline. it is a great opaque white without any shimmer and it really makes any shadow you put on top of it pop. I don't use it on my whole lid since that would probably crease as well but it works beautifully as a highlight
DISSAPPOINTMENT... theres a LOT of hype with this product! and for me its not worth it.. I have oily lids ( not crazy oly but oily in the end...) and this thing does NOTHING to prevent my eyeshadows from creasing... its a very strong white and i really dont find it a nice purpose... not even in waterline and less on my inner conner.. BAD BAD BAD
Love this product. Great for an eyeshadow base or highlight. Blends really well.
I don't get Milk. I just didn't find a use for it at all. I hated using it as a base - it applied streaky and uneven and unnatural, even though my skintone is fairly light (NW20). It's also too stark and unnatural as an inner corner highlight. I just don't see a use for it at all, I don't get the hype.