July 22, 2013

Loving the NYX Center Stage Jumbo Eye Pencil Collection

NYX Center Stage Jumbo Eye Pencil Collection

If I didn’t have most of them I’d be all over the NYX Center Stage Jumbo Eye Pencil Collection ($20)! This six piece set includes full size NYX Jumbo Eye Pencils in a range of colors for $20 (it would be $27 if you purchased them separately).

Take a look!

The NYX Center Stage Jumbo Eye Pencil Collection includes:

  • Milk
  • Electric Blue
  • Black Bean
  • Sparkle Nude
  • Iced Mocha
  • Yogurt

Now if I didn’t own like every shade of these pencils I’d probably be golden to pick this up! Be being the OCD beauty junkie I am there are few shades of NYX Jumbo Eye Pencils I do own.

Oh well!

But this is a good way to try them if you never have! It’s the perfect intro kit and includes the essential must have shade Milk!

Available now at www.nyxcosmetics.com

I hear NYX Fall 2013 is going to be hardcore.

Can’t wait to hear about it.


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  • Caroline

    This does look like a fun set! But I guess I don’t see the need to own any of the pencils beyond Milk (which I already have). Maybe the black one would make a good base, too, but these pencils don’t set very well on their own and require powder over them to prevent creasing. Do the other colors work well as bases?