Elate LipColour Pencil
Express your own unique beauty with this vegan and cruelty-free LipColour Pencil. Aligned with our company sustainability mandate, the Elate LipColour Pencil is made with low environmental emissions and COSMO CERT ingredients for a positive impact on the planet – with YOU in mind. The smooth application and long-wearing hold allows you to effortlessly apply onto your lips as a liner or all over colour; where-ever your creativity guides you.
Enigma is a pearly pink which can be worn with Elate Chance Creme Lipstick for an illuminating effect.
Serene is a neutral with rose and brown undertones to complement all skin tones and pairs perfectly with Elate Apropos Creme Lipstick.
Ardent is a plum toned medium pink which pairs perfectly with Elate Plush Creme Lipstick.
Indulge is a soft berry with plum undertones, worn well with the Vivacious Sheer Lipstick.
Cocos Nucifera Oil, C10-18 Triglycerides, Copernicia Cerifera Cera, Silica, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Polyglyceryl-3 Diisostearate, Oryzanol, Glyceryl Undecylenate, Tocopherol, +/-CI 77499, CI 77491, CI 77492
Use as a lip liner and base to your Elate Lipsticks or as a sustainable lip colour. Mix and match lip pencil with lipstick for a custom shade.
For a round and full lip, start at the cupids bow and create a V. Next, start from the outer corner and draw a line to the V you just created. For the bottom lip, line from the outer corners to the middle. Fill in or leave a bold line.
With sustainability at the forefront of everything we do, these pencils produce minimal carbon in the production and disposal process. The lid is corn-derived to reduce plastic usage in the making of this product and lower environmental emissions, and the California cedarwood is PEFC certified which guarantees sustainable forest management. The labelling on the pencil is water-based paint, however the coloured end-cap is made of Urethane Acrylate and nitrocellulose and is not biodegradable.
The lid of the pencil can be industrially composted (please check with your local governmental systems), or disposed of in your household garbage along with the remnants of the pencil.