[Etude House] My Little Nut Play 101 Blending Pencil #27
For today, taking advantage of this mood booster, I bring you the review of this pencil from the My Little Nut special Christmas collection from Etude House, one of its Blending Pencil.
The Blending Pencil from Etude House is an improved version of the Play 101 pencil, with a thicker tip, more even pigmentation, but above all, the ease of being able to blur them, which was not the case with Play 101.
Diseño y color limitados, lápiz de mezcla con acabado tipo joya
Los colores espléndidos (perla blanca, perla avellana, perla dorada) crean una apariencia perfecta de Festividades.
Es de larga duración, libre de manchas y resistente al agua.
Gire para dispensar cierta cantidad y uso en el área deseada. Cierre la tapa después del uso.
Multi-blending pencil spreads softly and sets strongly without smudging.
Limited design and color, jewel type blending pencil
The splendid colors (white pearl, hazelnut pearl, gold pearl) create a perfect holiday look.
It is long-lasting, smudge-free, and waterproof.
Twist to dispense certain amount and use on desired area. Close cap after use.
And I do not regret it at all, because this pencil, although at first it did not attracted me for the few tones, convinced me with its sparkles and fixation.
For this special collection of My Little Nut, Etude only released three tones: A pearly white-pink, a Golden-pink Hazelnut that I show you now, and another coffee with pearlescent glitter. Three colors very suitable for Holidays or when you want to give a certain glow to the makeup.
When I swatched this, it was love at first sight and said, I'll keep this one. Mainly because eyeshadows is something I always use and didn't tried this type of pencils.
The first thing to note is its high pigmentation. This tone, as well mentioned by the brand, is a hazel tone with many golden and pink flashes. It is beautiful as such, but reflected in sunlight or artificial light, especially since it shows all its potential.
And regarding ease of use, it's great. Typically you want to use a glitter eyeshadow and it's dusty, the glitter drops to either side (Hi, Etude and your dusty shadows with atomic glitters) and you have to use a wet brush and more discomfort; then, having a pencil shadow, where you just need to pass it by the eyelid and then blurs it either with the finger or the special brush that the brand created, is the most comfortable thing in the world. The glitter does not come out, it does not fly or it is placed in other places unless blending it, you leave it there.
In conclusion, I'm super happy with this pencil, I have not tried it for other things other than as eye shadow or lightening the tear zone, because I think that both the tone and the texture are not suitable for other sectors.
Below I leave some links, remember that it is Christmas Limited Edition and in many places it's sold out.
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Natural outdoor light
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Sparkles when exposed to direct sunlight