Tag: metallic eye shadows
I am happy to see that Illamasqua‘s new collection looks like one of their first releases with original shades of makeup and stunning promo images created by Alex Box.
The collection is called Earth, and I love the tribal vibes of the photos.
The products are:
Nomadic palette, £34
Four matte and metallic eye shadows: Loam (a deep earth green), Terra (an earth clay red), Solitude (a poetic grey) and Gravity (a glazy grey).
Glamore Lipstick (£20) in Kin, sophisticated burnished, satin finish
Pure Pigment Powder (£17) which is a
When it comes to more affordable brands, ArtDeco is one of my favourites, and I always try to check out their new releases when I am near their counter. Here is a preview of the summer 2014 makeup collection – Jungle Fever.
Below you can see a trio beauty box and Bronzing Glow Blusher Queen Of The Jungle. You actually get three shimmering shades in one compact: coral, soft fuchsia and rosewood. You can use them individually or mix together.
There are eight new Art Couture Eye Shadow to choose from: 27 sugar pearl, 12 earthy-brown, 20 golden earth 83 sweet violet; 49 gold green, 32 green jungle 61 jungle river and 73 blue stream.
ArtDeco say that the texture combines the best features of a powder, baked, cream and liquid eye shadow. “The delicate texture becomes a
Stila Spring 2014 makeup collection is truly amazing, there are quite a few innovative products. Plus the brand added so many colours and shades to their line that there is something for pretty much everyone.
I am adding several shades of their new eye liners to my wish list, especially cranberry really intrigues me. Plus the base for shimmer and glitter eye products sounds promising!
Deep Fuchsia (matte cranberry), Deep Burgundy (matte black plum), Spice (matte mahogany brown), Damsel (blackish brown), Midnight Blue (matte deep navy), Mint Julep (matte pale pastel green), Canary (matte lemon yellow), Alpine (matte pure white).
Metallic Peach – soft peach shimmer, Metallic Gilded Gold – golden bronze luster, Metallic Jade – golden emerald green, Metallic Violet – glistening violet shimmer (shown below) and also Metallic Golden Pink – pink with golden shimmer, Metallic Rose Quartz – soft pink with silver sheen, Metallic Pixie Dust – irridescent white gold, Metallic Lilac – soft lilac luster
Here is a preview of the new collections from the luxury brands byTerry and Sisley.
Never underestimate the importance of well groomed eye brows!With the new collection from byTerry, it is so much easier to achieve the desirable effect.
Graphism collection includes: Eye Brow Liners (€26) in N°1 Blonde and N°2 Brown and Eye Brow mascaras (€28) in N°1 – Highlight Blonde, N°2 – Medium Ash, N°3 – Sheer Auburn and N°4 – Dark Brown.
As for Sisley,
I am a huge fan of cream eye shadows and had these for almost a year already, so I have no idea why I never wrote about them.
But it’s better late than never, so today I want to tell you about Laura Mercier’s Metallic Crème Eye Colour (£ 18.50/$22).
I actually have three shades but, since one (Malachite) was a limited edition shade, will show you only two. I’ve got them in a set, so originally these eye shadows are bigger than those that I have.
Platinum – shimmering champagne, Rose Gold – shimmery rose gold
Light frost eye shadows are a big NO for me, so I was a bit worried about these shades. But Laura Mercier knows how to do a nice light metallic shade without it looking too frosted and glittery. It is shimmery, yes, but it is very wearable and, I could even say – subtle.
The formula is really nice, non-greasy, lightweight and, most importantly, you can get a sheer or full-on effect. I actually love applying these eye shadows with my fingers as such method allows to get a very thin layer which does not sit on top of skin but blends it beautifully.
I love using Platinum and