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Smoke with fire: New Mystikol™ Powder Eyeliners from Jane Iredale

10 November 2010

Apply and conquer Nothing stood between Cleopatra’s conquests and the disarming power of her sexy, smoky eyes.

Nothing, that is, except the unfortunate amount of heavy metals in the kohl pencils she was using to embellish her peepers.  Times have changed, but the allure of a perfectly crafted smoky eye has not.

In her new Mystikol collection, jane iredale has packed all the sensuality and mystique of an ancient Egyptian beauty tradition into a dual-ended powder eyeliner that makes it impossible to look anything less than stunning.  High-end skin care ingredients are combined with natural botanicals and super saturated pigments for the longest lasting smoky eye the world has ever seen. The application is indulgent, effortless, seductive.  The result?  Mystical, indeed.

Visionary eye make-up in five super natural shades

With a powder eyeliner on one end and a pearlescent highlighter on the other, you will be blown away by how easily you can create a mesmerizing smoky eye in seconds, without any mess. Hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested and always formulated with exclusive skin care ingredients, Mystikol is safe for even the most sensitive eyes. Smoke out the competition with these five exquisite shades:                                                                                                                                    

• Malachite A sparkling moss with buttery beige
• Amethyst Royal purple with luxurious pearl
• Dark Topaz Rich brown with velvet rose
• Lapis Lazuli Vibrant blue with shimmering ivory
• Onyx Otherworldly black with creamy pearl

Irresistibly priced, Mystikol will appeal to the naughty side of nice.   

For more information about the jane iredale range of mineral cosmetics, made without fillers, fragrance, chemical dyes or synthetic preservatives call 020 8450 7111, or go to

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