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Use for Lips & Eyes Gabrini Express Pencil
The Best Quality of Express Pencil
Safe for Sensitive Eyes Express pencil
The super creamy pencil will effortlessly glide’s across your eye lid for the perfect shape.
Discover Ultra black, a deep and creamy jet, made from rich pigments for incredible definition.
Enjoy the smudge proof...
Extra Black, Up to 12hr stay, Smudge Proof, Water proof, 100% suitable for eyes
Exclusive color fix formula guarantees intense color
Gives an intense black color that glides on smooth
12H of smudge resistant wear
Liquid liner that combines sparkle with intense color.
Thin brush draws precise lines of glitter on the eye.
Infused with moisturizers to hydrate and condition...
Ultra soft pencil - gentle on delicate eye area and easy to apply.
Becute Pencil Eyeliner is firm enough for elegant definition, yet soft enough for a sophisticated smoky eye.
This easy to blend pencil takes seconds to...
Dynamic Liquid Liner
High Quality Black Eyeliner
Ultra-soft gliding texture.
Can be used both as a liner and as an eyeshadow.
Enhanced by vitamin E and jojoba oil to be gentle for the eyes.
Waterproof formula resistant to smudging and creasing...
Ophthalmogically tested with easy to glide formula
Unique one-sided flat tip for a irresistible cat eye look
Silky and smudge proof formula
How to use:Use flat side to draw and twist the ultimate flick. Use...
Soft and blendable texture ideal to apply on both the water and lash line of the eye.
Enhanced by soft pigments to provide intense result from the very first stroke.
Hypoallergenic, gentle for the eyes formula enriched...
Ultra-fine brush draws precise line
Intense black liquid liner for striking eyes
With a precise, ultra-fine brush applicator
Enhanced formula by black mineral pigments to maximize colour intensity
Perfect tool to...
Soft, precise felt tip
Definition without the difficulty!
Ultra easy application thanks to the soft tip that smoothly glides onto the eyelids
Intense, long-lasting colour from the very first stroke
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