Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick
Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick

Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick ($28.00 for 0.05 oz.) is described as a “medium beige tan.” It’s a subtly warm-toned, medium beige-tan with a mostly matte finish. Urban Decay Beware is darker and matte. Too Faced Marzipan is lighter. MAC One to Watch is very similar in color. MAC Tete-a-tint is warmer and matte.

Sand Dune will work well as a more neutral base as well as a brightening lid color (depending on your skin tone).  It tends to give my natural lid a more even, warmer look without being too drastically different from the skin tone (and I have a medium complexion with warm undertones).  The consistency is creamy and glides on well over the lid without pulling or tugging, and the color deposits evenly and with opaque color.  Though still creamy, it was just slightly drier compared to some of the other shades. It dried down fast enough not to gather into the creases but gave me enough time to blend and work it into the lid.  It wore well for a full eight hours, though I went as far as ten hours and still didn’t have problems with creasing or fading.

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Sand Dune will work well as a more neutral base as well as a brightening lid color (depending on your skin tone). It wore well without fading or creasing, and it had good color payoff.

Product

9.5/10

Pigmentation

10/10

Texture

9.5/10

Longevity

10/10

Application

5/5

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Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick
Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick

Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick
Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick

Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick
Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick

Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick
Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick

Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick
Bobbi Brown Vanilla (inner lid), Sand Dune (middle of lid), Bark (outer lid) Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick (8 hours)

Product & Review FAQ

Where can I purchase it? How much is it?

Bobbi Brown, $28.00.

Is it limited edition?

No.

Any dupes?

Urban Decay Beware is darker and matte. Too Faced Marzipan is lighter. MAC One to Watch is very similar in color. MAC Tete-a-tint is warmer and matte.

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9 thoughts on “Bobbi Brown Sand Dune Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick Review, Photos, Swatches

  1. Very neutral indeed. Not something I’d wear.

  2. Ahh I knew I’d love this one! Subtle but pretty and super useful!!

  3. Wilcoa

    Are these the BB equivalent of the MUFE Aqua Eyeshadow? I love that they seem creamier, but I am definitely scared of creasing because I probably would use this alone.

  4. That looks like a stick version of the matte MAC paint pots. I Like the idea of it being in stick form, I may have to check that one out!

    • Avatar of Ashlee Sara

      I would argue that these and the caviar sticks from Laura Mercier are Mac shadesticks. Slightly nicer, perhaps, and definitely more expensive. They’re even all made by Estée Lauder. All I want now is a taupagraphic dupe!

  5. What a completely and totally gorgeous color. This would definitely get a lot of wear from me

  6. Avatar of artemis artemis

    they all look kinda dry :(

  7. Avatar of furandlace furandlace

    Hmmm I have to confess I don’t get it. They all look dry and faded. The middle shade actually seems to have added some weird texture to the lid (left side of picture).