Even better? The formula glides on very smoothly, even on the hard-to-work-with waterlines, so you won't have to pull and tug to get just the right deposit of color. In addition, it smudges very easily thanks to a rubbery blending tool on the tip, which also includes a tiny pencil sharpener on the opposite side.
Something about this particular shade reminds me of a Crayola crayon I adored back in the day, although the name escapes me. (Anyone? Bueller?) And while I haven't tried the other available shades, perhaps you'll find your own eye-popping shade within Neutrogena's palette.