$36.00 at Sephora
What it is: A versatile liquid eye shadow that can be used as a stain or subtle wash of color. What it does: This eye color, with its convenient brush-tip applicator, has a more translucent texture than Creamy Eyes, and a deeper, more vivid hue. Available online and at Sephora's new NYC Meatpacking District store Size: 0.095 oz
METSV says: I wanted to review the Creamy Eyes and Milky Eyes at the same time so you could see how nice they pair up with eachother. In my Creamy Eyes review, I explain that the Creamy Eyes is very creamy and thick - the Milky Eyes is thinner in consistency; almost liquid. I have this in the E209 which is a champagne-y, beige color - very pretty, neutral and perfect for day and night. I am not sure if it is me, but I'm still getting used to the brush...right now it's still not playing nice with me, so I actually click up enough of product and then use regular eyeshadow brush and transfer the shadow from the click pen onto the shadow brush. This way I get a smooth application and I can work with it. I've had these for a little over two weeks, so I'm sure I just need some more practice. This pairs very nicely with the Creamy Eyes, especially these color combo s - a little champagne beige with charcoal/black smokey liner is a very pretty look. The great thing about this shade is that it's compatible with pretty much anything - warm lips, cool cheeks, cool lips, warm cheeks, gray eyeliner, teal, brown, etc....it goes with everything. I'm so glad Ellis Faas has found her way to Sephora. Really cool and elegant line. She'll do well there I'm sure.