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Glossier's Latest Product Drop Is Made For Lazy People Who Love Makeup

*adds all seven to basket*

Simply dab the pigment onto your lids, or trace the doe-foot along your lash lines (it's thin enough), and you're out the door.

From the red carpet to the Fashion Week runways, coloured eye make-up is everywhere at the moment and it looks set to be one of the biggest make-up trends of the first half of 2020.

Long gone are the days when it was customary to wear a matte liquid lipstick and cumbersome smoky eye on an average weekday, and in, is a glorious new era when wearing clear lip gloss and a single bright eye colour that looks as if a seven-year-old picked it out is considered cool.

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Thanks to the lack of bright, pigmented shades on the beauty market combined with, well, the effort of actually applying it, the colourful eyeshadow trend has been quite the beast to master. Or, at least it was. 

Emily Weiss and her team of millennial-pink lab coat-wearing boffins have somehow managed to not only bottle up an array of colourful hues and deliver it in a single product...but they've also made it lazy-girl-friendly.

Meet Skywash. 

Designed to be swatched across the eye in second, The Skywash Lid Tints (€18) are packaged in long, skinny tubes. 

Similar to the brand’s original eyeshadow, Lidstar, the Skywash Lid Tints come with a doe-foot applicator and feature a liquid-to-powder formula. These, however, have zero sparkles, applying much more matte than most makeup products in the Glossier lineup. 

Simply dab the pigment onto your lids, or trace the doe-foot along your lash lines (it's thin enough), and you're out the door.

What really makes the Skywash shadows so easy to apply, however, is the formula itself. Straight out of the tube, the pigment starts out as a cream, quickly drying down to a powder with a semi-opaque, matte finish that provides a whisper of colour on the eyes. Oh, and it's actually long-wearing. 

The Skywash Lid Tints come in seven shades that the brand explains are inspired by "unglazed pottery, David Hockney paintings, and [American] Southwest landscapes". There's Lawn (a sheer lime green), Pool (a cornflower blue), Pebble (a pink-tinged taupe), Terra (an apricot hue), Echo (a warm, medium brown), and Palm (a golden beige).

Glossier Skywash launches today, February 25 on and retails for €18, or you can purchase a duo for €30. 

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