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NEW from Cargo Cosmetics Swimmables™ Eye Pencils in Six New Colorful Shades

cargo-eye-pencilsThe Swimmables™ Eye Pencils feature a rich, creamy formula with the feel of a liquid and the versatility of a pencil. These transfer-resistant, extreme wear pencils glide on smoothly and effortlessly locking comfortably in place for up to 14 hours.

Now available in twelve highly-pigmented shades, including the NEW Dorado Beach (Bronze), Shelly Beach (Deep Forest Green), Avalon Beach (Navy Shimmer), Karon Beach (Purple Shimmer), Lake Geneva (Teal), Lake Como (Electric Blue).

KEY INGREDIENTS
· Moisturizing Waterproof Pigments – Avocado and Sunflower Oil provide a creamy, cushiony texture. Durable, budge-proof waxes lock pigments into place for up to 14 hours

· Versatile Tip Design – Liner tip offers versatile application – from delicate lines to thick, full coverage

HOW TO USE: Drag along lash lines to create a thick or thin line. Smudge or blend for a smoldering effect.

PRO TIP: For a quick and easy dramatic eye, apply one of these pencils on the entire lid and soften quickly. Next apply powder shadow on top for all day wear.

PRICE: $18 each

AVAILABILITY: Available at CargoCosmetics.com, Ulta.com, select Kohl’s Departments Stores and Kohls.com/Beauty

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New York Trend is a weekly news publication that focuses on issues and lifestyles of the African & Caribbean American communities throughout the New York metropolitan area and Nassau and Suffolk Counties of Long Island. It is a respected and well recognized news publication that has been in existence since 1989. Owner, Publisher and Executive Director, Dr. Teresa Taylor Williams has been at the helm of this award-winning publication since its inception. New York Trend continues to be the only black woman-owned, metropolitan newspaper in New York and Long island. New York Trend is the largest black-owned newspaper throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties.

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