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Redpoint Cosmetics

June 11, 2007

Redpoint Cosmetics, an anti-aging line of cosmetics, introduced Optic Effects eye pencil. Multihued, light-reflecting particles instantly illuminate and open up the eye area, giving eyes an alluring, refreshed look.

The pencil deposits a multitude of visible pastel colors and pearl in just one stroke, creating a subtle, cool-toned, icy hue that creates an awakening effect and the eyes appear whiter, brighter and bigger. This product is suited for women with small, deep-set, red or tired eyes.

The formula boasts chromactive color—cutting edge color cosmetics infused with anti-aging actives and a combination of unique pigments that optically adjust the appearance of your complexion’s undertone and create the illusion of younger looking skin.

Vitamins A and E fight free radical attack and help prevent against environmental damage. The formula contains moisturizers that help reduce the signs of premature aging. The product is mineral oil free and is dermatologically and sensitivity tested.

Housed in a chubby stick, the pencil is easy to use and is creamy, imparts excellent coverage and is very easy to blend. A built-in blender on the end of the pencil allows women to soften, blend or adjust mistakes. Can be used as an eye liner, highlighter, or as a wash of color over your entire lid. It also blends easily with eye shadows and helps eyelids to appear more soft and supple.
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