|Toast is on the left with Pitch on the right.|
Those that have sensitive eyes may find cream formulas or eye shadow crayons more to their liking over powders. This variety such as Glo Skin Beauty’s Cream Stay Shadow Sticks cling better to the lid without risking eyes to any product dust that could find its way inside.
I received two shades of that six-product line with Toast and Pitch. Toast is a cool, medium brown that has more of a gleam than actual shimmer to it. On the other hand, Pitch is a matte black and was better suited as eyeliner. These crayons do not have a built-in sharpener like the earlier ones came with.
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The Glo Skin Beauty Cream Stay Shadow Sticks formula is creamy with beautiful pigment that does blend well, but it must be done quickly with how fast this crayon sets. It does crease after several hours when you go without a primer. However, I didn’t run into that problem when I primed first so keep that in mind.
Something else that I really love about makeup crayons in general is how little space they take in a makeup bag or in tiny clutch. The Cream Stay Shadow Sticks ($20.00) also make great beauty stocking stuffers so check them out at Glo Skin Beauty.