Fenty Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick Launches Today

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Fenty Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick Launches Today
Fenty Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick Launches Today
Fenty Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick Launches Today
Fenty Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick Launches Today
Fenty Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick Launches Today
Fenty Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick Launches Today
Fenty Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick Launches Today
Fenty Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick Launches Today
Fenty Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick Launches Today

Release Date + About the Launch

A collection of creamy longwear eyeshadow sticks that deliver high-impact color intensity in just a single swipe. Each matte and shimmer shade were expertly developed to create endless looks. The trick is in the stick: Expert-level eyeshadow just got extra-easy. Effortlessly flatter every skin tone and define every eye shape with intensely pigmented, blendable matte and shimmer shades.

Now online

Products in the Launch

Shadowstix Longwear Eyeshadow Stick, $25.00 (New, Permanent)

  • Sip & Sparkle Champagne
  • Bellini Ba$h Light peach
  • Fizzy Frose Rose gold
  • Candy Rapper Light bronze
  • Get on Taupe Taupe
  • Gold Hoopz Gold
  • Copp’d That Copper
  • U Ain’t Reddy Deep bronze
  • Amber Cool light brown
  • Tira’miss You Warm light brown
  • Cumin Get It Warm rusted brown
  • Shroom Mate Cool neutral brown
  • Nut All Men Neutral brown
  • In Big Truffle Chocolate brown
  • Brownie Badd’r Black brown
  • Cuz I’m Black Black


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Cara Avatar

I know I’m a broken record but why can’t brands include light cool toned options?? Bright shimmers/metallics like icy lilac, pale silvery taupe, white, greige…etc. Other than the dark brown and black mattes, everything else is very warm.

Deborah S. Avatar

I am with you on the cool tones. I always prefer a cool toned shadow/lip/blush as they just really suit my pale and neutral to cool undertones. I do have Laura Mercier sticks in a pale orchid color and a taupe. There is also a grey color which I believe is called Fog, if memory serves me. I picked up most of the Julep sticks when I first got back into makeup. There are a lot of shimmer sticks in that group.

Cara Avatar

I have LM’s Orchid, Intense Moonlight and Intense Amethyst and while I love Orchid, the other 2 pull warmer than I prefer. I have Julep Silver Moonlight Metallic and the formula is nice but the shade also pulls warm on me. I would try other shades but I need a pale lid shade for my hooded eyes and the truly cool toned options are all too dark. I use cream and liquid shadows often but only shimmers/metallics, either as all over lid shades paired with powder mattes or as one and done looks.

Michelle Avatar

I agree with you 100%. Isn’t the market oversaturated with warm toned palettes by now? I would love to see a palette that features shadows that look good with my skin tone. The warm toned shadows always took too harsh.

Cara Avatar

Warm tones make me look sick and almost hungover so I’ve never worn them and I’ve been over them since they became trendy in 2017 or so. Most brands have spent the years since releasing the same warm toned palettes and individual shadows in stick, pot and liquid form over and over. How many champagnes, golds, warm browns and rose golds could a person need or want??
My collection is entirely cool and true neutral in undertone so if you’d like some palette suggestions, feel free to ask.

CL Avatar

The problem is that the accepted wisdom is that about 90% of people are warm-toned. So they make what works for them, with a lot less offered for people with cool-toned skin.

Cara Avatar

What annoys me the most is when brands label/describe shades or palettes that are clearly warm toned as cool, like Shroom Mate in this collection, supposedly a cool neutral brown. I’m used to this from brands like Natasha Denona and ColourPop, two of the worst offenders, but I’m disappointed in Fenty, a brand known for understanding undertones and that’s included cool toned options in previous products, like palettes, blushes and contours.

Deborah S. Avatar

I can’t tell you how often I was duped by brands saying these were a “cool toned palette” only to find that there might be one shade that is cool toned. Because I like some of the Asian makeup brands I have purchased shades that look like they might be cool toned and then found when they were delivered, that they are warm toned. I have learned that they rarely, rarely make anything cool toned. I think the prevalent undertone being warm toned in the Asian market, those shades work for them. I don’t go so far as to never wear warm toned makeup but my preference on me is cool toned and I just have so many of the warm toned makeup products that are all a range of the same shades.

Deborah S. Avatar

I am always open to new one and done eyeshadow sticks. I have almost all of the Laura Mercier and Julep colors. I look forward to seeing these. They weren’t out when I visited Spokane Sephora but it isn’t a very big Sephora so they probably have to decide where they are going to put more product. They do have a hefty Fenty counter which I really like.
Lisa Eldridge launched her new product this morning and they are eyeliner pencils. I watched her launch video and for the first time in a long time, I set an alarm. I knew I would try the formula at some point but when I saw her use Renaissance Gold, that was it. I picked up two as one will go into my daughter’s Advent Calendar. Yes, for those who have known me for a long time on the blog, I still do a December 1-25 Advent Calendar for my 29 year old daughter. She and I both enjoy it. This year it will be a mixture of makeup and home made Christmas ornaments. She said that she would like to have more ornaments so I had started making mixed media ornaments a few years ago and she said that she likes them so I am making more. She doesn’t always like my art since I am a flower sort of girl and almost all my work has a load of flowers on them. She is more an industrial, metal sort of girl. I am thinking that this year I will have a theme and since one of my other hobbies is genealogy I thought I would incorporate some genealogy into each ornament.

Deborah S. Avatar

Thank you. No I don’t sell them. I just do it as an outlet for my artistic soul. I never thought of myself as particularly artistic. My mother and both my siblings are quite good artists. My sister paints beautifully as do my mother and brother. My Dad and I were the non-artists in the family and I just always accepted that I didn’t have that gene. As I matured, I became aware that my artistic talent just lay in a different direction. I feel that makeup is very artistic and then I started scrapbooking and from there I started doing mixed media. I also am able to decorate my house quite nicely and many people remark on my decorating style. Once I get a few done I will post on Instagram. My IG is mostly my makeup looks and origami which is another thing that I love to do, especially tessellations. My IG is @debkaysor

Helene Avatar

I love that you make an advent calendar for your daughter. I hope you can put some of the ornaments on Instagram, maybe you already have, I’m rarely checking. Now I’ll have to .
I was also interested in the eyeliner pencils from Lisa Eldridge. I decided not to watch her launch video as I really must be very frugal this month.
Last month was expensive and so will this one be with back taxes, dog insurance and the usual bills. The electricity has been really expensive during winter, and will probably be so again this year, so saving is on the menu for me. Boring, but what can one do! 🙂

Deborah S. Avatar

Yes, I am going to have to slowdown as I have been going a little crazy lately. I have justified it by decluttering a lot of unused makeup, old makeup and just things that I don’t care for anymore. So, I needed to restock.
No, I haven’t posted anything on IG yet. I am working on another project before starting on Christmas. When I get it done, I will post it on IG and will add a tag here on the blog. My IG is mostly my old makeup looks and my origami folds. Winter is coming on and I am going to be doing a lot of all my hobbies, LOL!!
Take care Helene. I am praying for you.

Jane Avatar

No interest whatsoever in warm nude cream sicks, but if the formula works like other stick formulas Fenty has that do, then powder to them and those who will se them. I really, really wanted something colorful in eyeshadow from Fenty, but I know Rihanna isn’t much of an eye color person, so her makeup reflects this.

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