Designed by shu uemura atelier, the 18-rich color palette has been created to be mixed and matched, drawn on and blended, for an infinite amount of creative color waves. Explore and play with colors and textures.

mix & match unique color variations:

balance 9 dark defining colors and 9 bright shades

drawn & blend: soft gliding texture:

creamy soft texture allows gliding & a smooth finish. Draw, blend and fill the gaps between lashes.

long-wearing formula:

water-proof, all-day wear and resistant to smudge

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DRAWING PENCILS is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not blendable at all I love the color M black purple, but it is not blendable at all. It peels and flakes easily if you try to blend. It glides well and lasts, so if you like liquid or gel eyeliners, this is for you., but not for me. So disappointing!
Date published: 2017-08-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from So much potential The drawing pencil in Metallic Black (ME 01) was my absolute favorite for years. But as with several of my can't live without Shu items, it's been discontinued. Tried this new formulation in the M Gray 05 and there's a lot to like. Every eyeliner smudges on me and this stays put. The color is lovely & natural. However, I share the same complaints about the point dulling quickly, product waste during sharpening, inconsistencies between pencils (1 caked in a weird way, another fine). If they could make the same formula in a skinny retractable pencil, this could be my to go eyeliner forever (Shu, praying you'll consider). I'm Asian & see this color becoming the 'Seal eyebrow pencil' of eyeliners - just a super flattering color for my skin tone with incomparable staying power. I will continue to buy, while hoping the issues are addressed.
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from smooth and long-wearing these glide on super smoothly, and once dried it literally stays on all day! I have dry skin so that might be contributing to the fact that it doesn't smudge one bit, but I have heard some good reviews from my friends with oily skin. It's comparable to the makeup forever liners.
Date published: 2016-06-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great at fast but then First tried this liner on I loved it immediately for it is glidability and deep brown color. Later I wore it to swim and amazingly it stays on afterward without smudging! But then the flip side ...once the pencil gets dull it is impossible to draw a precise line or to shape it upward because of its texture. And worst of all, Shu does not sell any sharpener that fits the pencil size. I have used several sharpeners that I have from different brands and notjing can sharpen the lead to a point. So I am wasting a lot of it every time I sharpen it. Too bad I bought three before realizing this problem.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It's water-proof BUT........ The colors of these drawing pencils are great! They are perfect for drawing on your eyelids and upper eyeliner. My experience in using their BLACK pencils was bad. 1. It's being used up so quickly. If you want solid black color on your eyelid, you have to apply more than one to two layers. 2. Water proofing is not enough... Throughout the day, you face produces oil by natural. Thus, the oil can kinda melt the eyeliner and cause smudge. I would not really recommend people to get their black pencils but the colorful ones.
Date published: 2016-03-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from this used to be my holy grail eye pencil but.... They discontinued my color- M Brown 02, which is perfect for a face that is starting to age. (The black is too harsh). When Shu discontinued being carried in stores, such as Barneys, I bought all the M Brown 02 pencils that they had left in stock. Well, I just used my last one, and when I went online to order more, I found out that my color is discontinued! I ordered the chestnut brown pencil, but they seem to have changed the formula, as the tip breaks off while you are using it, causing a waste of product from re-sharpening on several occasions, & if you go over an area with the pencil, it kind of "peels" and flakes off, so the line is not uniform. (you see skin in the line). It's worse than some of the less expensive pencils that can be bought in the drugstore. Also, I have been having allergies to the new formulation, which I never had before with the old formula. My eyes tear up until I remove it with remover. This is SO DISAPPOINTING! The M Brown 02 was the absolute best pencil on the market. I recommended it to all my friends. The new colors & formulations do not compare & I would not buy these again unless they go back to the old formula. Remember Old Coke & New Coke? Sometimes change is not good.
Date published: 2015-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glides super softly & stays put all day I tried several colours of these drawing pencils and because I love the smokey eye look, the M black is my absolute favourite! The blue black is pretty too and nice for daytime wear as the colour is not quite as intense as the M black. The reason why I just LOVE these drawing pencils is really because they glide unbelievably softly on the eyelid and the colour does not rub off. I do let it 'set' on my lid for a minute though before fully opening my eyes as a way of ensuring that it won't transfer on my upper lid. I have tried many high end eyeliners and my preference has generally been pencils as they tend to be soft; these are the softest of all that I have tried. If you are looking for a superfine drawn line however, the liquid eyeliners are best as they do have a finer application tip. BOTTOM LINE: if you are looking for a super soft, long wear eyeliner that draws a robust line; then it is likely, you will love using these!
Date published: 2015-07-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Awful Honestly, I used to love Shu Uemura but they always seem to discontinue the best products, one being the original Drawing Pencil eyeliner in M Brown. I used it for many years. It was my holy grail pencil. I was told that the dark brown would be the same but it is definitely not the same. It goes on wet, and transfers to my upper lid, and when it dries , it is waay too dry and flaky. it is not blend able and it stings my eyes. Even the color is not that nice. I don't know what happened to their products but they seem to replace them with mediocre ones. I used to wear the Face Architect smoothing fluid which was the best foundation ever, and they discontinued that.
Date published: 2015-07-23
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