I'm collecting Urban Decay's 24/7 Liners. They're affordable, they come in pretty colors, they last forever, and the pencils are huge and just soft enough. So far I have Zero, Lust, Lucky, and Rockstar, and today I picked up Stash, another liner I've been eying. (It actually came down to Stash and Bourbon, but I think Stash is a much more unique and interesting color). Stash is the swatch on the far right (top) and the swatch on the far left (bottom), and the swatches are pretty accurate. The top one shoes the gold shimmer/frost, and the bottom one shows the true shade in less direct lighting.
The wear, application, and pigmentation of Stash are just like all the other Urban Decay liners. They'll last forever (IF you put Primer Potion on underneath, or they'll just melt off), they're super creamy, easy to apply, and won't drag or catch your lid at all, and they're really pigmented. They're also easy to apply because they'll smudge for the first few seconds, but after that they're pretty much on lockdown.
Stash (I love that name) is a dirty, golden olive, with a bit of army green thrown in there for good measure. It's a deep, warm shade, and it's surprisingly flattering and wearable. It's enough of a neutral to be day-time appropriate, but it's got just enough green in it to pop. I like that it's a soft shade, but it's still dark enough to give definition to the eye. There's a lot of fine gold shimmer, almost so much that it looks frosty, but it's definitely not. There's a bit of shimmer fallout, but it's very minimal. I think this would work for any eye color, and it would be really pretty with a bronze or a gray shadow, or maybe even a purple. I honestly don't have anything else to say about Stash. I think it speaks for itself.
Urban Decay 24/7 Liner in Stash, $16 at urbandecay.com.
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shadesofu.blogspot.com, ulta.com, karlasugar.blogspot.com