This week’s slate: Jenny Slate’s nude pencil
Slate is no stranger to nude pencils.
Last year, the company introduced its first nude pencil, which is currently available for purchase in New York and Los Angeles.
The new pencil, called Slate Full, is Slate’s first to offer a full-color formula and is available now at a price of $69.
Slate’s new nude pencil comes in two different sizes: the “Slim,” which is a pencil that can be used with one hand, and the “Full,” which offers three different thicknesses.
The Slate Full pencils will be available in the United States beginning in mid-January.
Slate will also be releasing its “Pilot” pencil in February.
The Pilot pencil is available in a two-pack of six in black, white, and rose gold.
Slate also announced the introduction of the “Fancy” pencil, available in rose gold and silver.
Slate Full will be a new line of nude pencil that Slate hopes to introduce in the future.
Slate is not the first company to release a nude pencil.
In 2016, Kewl, a company that makes beauty-focused pencils, announced the availability of the Slate Full nude pencil in black and white.
In May, it also announced that Slate had signed a deal to make its first line of natural, high-performance pencils with Amazon.