Pout • Eye Slick • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||94%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I was lucky enough to get hold of 4 of these - Indrani, Lotus, Butterfly and Bamboo. Indrani is a shimmery gunmetal with (on me) grey-blue tones, Lotus is shimmery cool plum, Butterfly is a very pale lemon/cream shimmer, and Bamboo is a shimmery grey/light brown. They can be applied in a thicker line using the applicator and left to dry as is, or smudged (I use my finger) for a supereasy smoky look. Indrani and Lotus are particularly lovely for this. I like to use Bamboo as a gorgeous eye-brightening wash. These can be used as a base with powder e/s applied over the top, I've not no problems blending over them.
I wore Indrani yesterday, smudged out for a softer look, and it lasted all day - it didn't move or fade at all. I didn't use UDPP or any primer, it just stayed exactly where I put it. Such a shame this line has been dc/ed.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Pout's Eyeslicks made me think these creme eyeshadows would be wet-looking. Eyeslicks apply wet with a doe-foot applicator, but they dry to a powder. As always, I read P'ville for application tips before I try new products. Apply Eyeslicks with a clean Q-tip and blend on your lids with a fingertip. The doe-foot applicator will only add more color rather than blend it. Indrani is a gunmental with blue shimmer. It is a dead-ringer for Stila All Over Shimmer eye in #13. Bamboo is a grey taupe. Butterfly is lemony white. I always use Lumene eye makeup primer under my makeup. These didn't crease or fade all day.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Other
i have a few of these - bamboo, Indrani (dark shimmery grey). and another discontinued shade which looks bluish green that i cannot remember the name cos it went bad within a couple of months! just bought the others recently, so will update their status.
am in a dilemma with these cos although these eyeslicks have great colour payoff - quite pigmented (compared to pnj eyegloss which is much more shimmery) these do not last on me as long as the pnj. these have a tendency to crease on me. so if pnj comes out with darker shades, wont be repurchasing these.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I bought Indrani, on me a charcoal with silvery shimmer. I liked the initial effect of this eyeshadow...dryed quickly and nice color. What I didn't like was the applicator and viscosity of product. The applicator is difficult to work with and seems to get too much of product on wand. Also very runny and can make a mess since this is a dark color. But the lasting power was decent and the color looks great for smokey eyes. I started experimenting with a q-tip to apply and works much better. I do use a bit of concealer for base to keep from fading or creasing and works OK. I would like to try a lighter color next time, might be easier to work with.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Hazel
I actually have no idea how much these cost as my dad brought them back from London for me. I sent him crosstown to pick up my list of lemmings! I love the Bud. It is a creamy consistency that has fabulous staying power! It was a wonderful day natural look that I really liked with my hazel eyes. It is a matte brown-ish color. I did put on some MAC Teddy kohl for a bit more of a made up look, but I am looking forward to playing with this more.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I use this stuff all the time! I mainly use Bee(shimmery gold-bronze) mixed with other shadows or layered underneath. It honestly is a great base and enhancer for lots of your other shadows. One of my favorite aspects of makeup application is the joy of playing with color, and this product is a great tool.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I am a total fan of these eyeslick, except for Tigress which is pointless.
I just bought the new eyeslick BUD. I was really suprised by it because in the packaging it looks horrible, a mud/earth colour brown....however when it's on it's a beautiful matte brown....I love it!!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I have the eyeslick in Indrani. It is a dark shimmery grey. It comes in a tube with a wand applicator. IIRC it costs $22.
It is very liquidity, so its a bit difficult to work with. If you use your finger you have more control but you lose a lot of the shimmer. So use the wand applicator and take your time. It dries to a powder that will not budge, so its great as a e/s base or alone as a shadow.
I don't think I would buy any more eyeslick but its a little too messy. There are better cream e/s out there.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Im in love, oh sweet love!
Wow, I didnt know a cream shadow like this existed until I ordered "bamboo" and "swing" from Sephora. Forget everything you imagine about a cream shadow... from the stickiness and creasing to the lasting about 2 hours. This changes that! It goes on smooth and silky drying to a powdery finish and lasting all day! The color is GORGEOUS. Bamboo is a soft metallic brown that goes on sheer with tons of shimmer... (no chunky yucky glitter here!) You can apply more to build the color deeper too if thats your thing. Imagine if you will... taking midnight cowboy UD shadow.. transforming it into a cream and adding a deeper brown pigment to it- with TONS of shimmer and sparkle but no falling glitter??? Thats heaven. Swing is a girly, angelic baby pink with loads of sparkle as well... I apply it light and sheer for a heavenly look and sometimes a little deeper for a babydoll look. The price is WELL worth it in my opinion because you get SO much product. Its about $22 at Sephora and worth every penny. Pout usually likes to skimp on their product ala lipslicks that are TINY- but they really overcompensated with this one... I imagine this will last a looooong time with everyday wear... I cant wait to mix and match them. My new goal is to own every single one of them!! My next purchase will be Tantric (a baby blue) and Cobra (a shimmery light turqouise green. I'll update you on those when I get em!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I have this in Bamboo and I love it. No need for a shadow primer, this basically works as one. I love how creamy and rich the texture is. I'm interested in seeing how long this product lasts for me.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is actually a good product. It really lasts all day without creasing. I picked this up in Bee a nude sparkle shimmer shade with a touch of golden peach shimmer. Kinda similiar to Clinique Touch tint in Nude sparkle but a little more peachy bronze nude. Comes in a squeeze tube that is pretty large, double the size of Clinique touch tints or lancome color doses or mac paints. Similiar to the Linda Cantello eye slicks. Comes with a wand applicator but fingers or mac 242 taklon brush is better. The only problem with this product is the price. A whopping $22. That is rather steep. But it is a great product. If you want a nice nuetral, this is a great shade.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I am loving Pout Eye Slicks. They are a tad expensive at $22 a pop but these are beautiful. Not only are they gorgeous on, they are very blendable, and dry perfectly. These do not crease at all on me so they are great under shadow or worn alone. The range of colors are great, I have Indrani, a dark grey. I plan on buying these in every color. The applicator is a wand but I use a brush to blend evenly. The consistency of these is great as well. Also you get a TON of product in the tube.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I love eye slick i have this in 'bee' which is a bronzy brown. This is normally something i wouldn't look at, but the rep from Pout tried it on me at sephora and i loved it! it makes an awesome base It looks great even alone, nice staying power too.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Other
Really like this!. Much more pigmented than I thought that it would be. I have lotus, a pretty lavender/lilac/grapey sort of color with silver shimmer. I put clor on with the wand ,then evened it out with my finger. More color than I thought. I was afraid that this would only be good for a light weekend look, but I couldn't resist. Glad I tried this, would definately repurchase, try other colors.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Eye slick is a lovely product. Apply with sponge applicator, like lip gloss applicator. Comes in a few shades, it is creamy metallic shadow. Easily blended, gives great sheen.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
The eyeslick is amazing, it really doesn't crease at all and I always wear it, the colours are gorgeous... especially, Bamboo, Cobra, Lotus and Bee. I don't think They should be wore with Tigress the clear gloss as it is obivious they will crease with it. The two are not meant to be used together.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I dont know what the person below is talking about.. THIS PRODUCT IS AMAZING!!! I have Cobra, a shimmery turquoise shade. The applicator does suck, but I just applied it with my finger and used the applicator to line my lids. The color dries in like 25 seconds and lasts ALL DAY! Plus, I like how the texture isnt greasy at all. Ive had so much trouble with creamy products liek this literally melting off my oily eyelids, but again this product is like the best thing ever! Im gonna buy every color.. even if they are expensive as hell.