Daniel Sandler Polychromatic Eyeshadow in Lava. Review, Swatches and Face Of The Day. Rave
Like this Polychromatic Eyeshadow in Lava (£10.25).
Here are all the products from the new collection but I want to tell you about Lava in details today, as, believe it or not, this is the most exciting makeup product of the month for me!
The texture and the pigmentation are fantastic! Everything you want an eye shadow to be, it ticks all the boxes for me: easy to apply and blend, soft buttery texture and great staying power. However, the most exciting part is the colour!
It is very unique and complex – a mix of dark chocolate and red, at least this is how I would describe it, satin finish. I have been wearing this eye shadow every single day since I have got it (thanks, Daniel) and have bit a bit obsessed.
Here is a comparison of it and some other eye shadows:
Urban Decay Heat eye shadow (I think it was discontinued), Illamasqua Pure Pigment in Berber, Inglot eye shadow Pearl in 607, L’Oreal La Couleur Infallible Eye Shadows in 026 Golden Mahogany, two shades from Dolce & Gabbana quad in Stromboli, Daniel Sandler Polychromatic Eyeshadow in Lava, Rouge Bunny Rouge Long Lasting Eye Shadow in Bejewelled Skylark, Benefit Creaseless Cream Shadow/liners in Busy Signal, MAC Pigment in Copperbeam, YSL Duo eye shadows in35 Caramel Tan/Burnt Brown (it was a LE)
And here is the ‘makeup’ that I did the other day in the back of the taxi when I had a very early start of the day…
Which is basically foundation (Omorovicza BB), Fresh lip balm, brow pencil (Benefit), blush (BECCA Amaryllis) a bit of bronzer (Benefit Hoola), Daniel Sandler Polychromatic Eyeshadow in Lava and mascara (Chanel Sublime de Chanel). And that’s all! Could not be easier and faster.
Although I don’t like posting photos of myself on-line, here is an idea how it looks like in the context of the face. I think this is a gorgeous eye shadow.SS16 Makeup for Face, Lips and Eyes: YSL, Illamasqua and Marc Jacobs