Your Num­ber 1… Eye­shadow Sticks

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Marc Ja­cobs Twin­kle Pop Eye­shadow Stick, £22

these are great for New Year’s eve par­ties, as they’re so easy to use – they glide onto the skin and the pig­ment is so strong it takes sec­onds to cre­ate a state­ment look. Plus the for­mu­la­tion is cool­ing, so great for pep­ping up par­tied-out eyes. @ly­diath­omp­son

NARS Vel­vet Shadow Stick, £21

the art of the cat­walk-cool smoky eye is now firmly within my reach thanks to this so­phis­ti­cated stick. it blends ef­fort­lessly over other shad­ows and is bril­liantly build­able, al­low­ing me to cre­ate depth. @perdi­tanouril

KIKO Mi­lano Long Last­ing Stick Eye­shadow, £6.90

these are a com­plete god­send for ap­ply­ing make-up on the tube ev­ery morn­ing. they’re vir­tu­ally im­pos­si­ble to get wrong, plus they last for hours so i never end up with an­noy­ing creases. at un­der a ten­ner each, i can even af­ford the en­tire range. @shan­mks

The Body Shop Eye Colour Stick, £8

Pig­ment-packed and su­per-creamy, these sticks are made with beeswax so they never dry my skin out. they’re chunky too, so re­ally comfy to hold when cre­at­ing fe­line flicks or do­ing state­ment shad­ing. @daisie­smith

Lord & Berry Reglam Crayon Sticks, £12

i love these sticks – they have a creamy tex­ture so are easy to blend and they come in beau­ti­ful colours with a sub­tle shim­mer. i mainly use them for high­light­ing the in­ner cor­ners of my eyes, but some­times i use them on my lids and layer with nor­mal shadow for a longer-last­ing fin­ish. @ash­ley­louise­james

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