Tag: natural eye shadows

Sleek Nude Collection for Fall 2011

I am sure that this collection from Sleek which will be available in September will be pretty popular as it is all about the natural wearable shades.

There are three products:

  • Au Naturel i-Divine eye shadows palette
  • Pout Polish in Bare Minimum
  • Blush in Suede.

 

Sleek Twitter team told me that it will be a permanent collection, the prices are the same as usual.

I personally think about getting the blush and the eye shadows palette (LOVE the shades). And what about you?

Stila Backstage Beauty Makeup Collection for Fall 2011

As you may know, Stila is back in the UK  now. But if you are not in the UK, you can still get a lot of their products at  the on-line beauty shops ( I like Look Fantastic, they have an International shipping).

Stila Fall 2011 makeup collection which is called Backstage Beauty is already available in the US. Let’s take a look.

This collection includes:

Natural Eye Shadow Palette $118 value, $39

Bare – matte ivory shade, Kitten, Bliss – matte beige pink, Sunset – shimmery canyon pink, Sandstone – matte light coco, Bubbly – shimmery pale gold, Gilded Gold – golden brown with shimmer, Luster – dark aubergine with gold shimmer, Night Sky – blue with shimmer, Ebony – black; exclusive Smudge Stick shade in Damsel, a matte brown.

Custom Color Blush, $20

  • Coral

Smudge Stick Waterproof Eye Liner, $20

Too Faced Natural Eye Palette Review and Swatches

Today I would love to tell you about one of my favourite palettes which I’ve been using a lot. And it is Too Faced Natural Eye Palette which is a collection of neutral eye shadows.

Too Faced also has a Smoky and Naked Eyes palettes but I like this  one the best and this is how it looks like.

You get 9 neutral eye shadows with different textures, eyeshadow brush and 3 eye charts which give you the idea of how you can use the shadows. Although there are many more ways to do it.

So here are the eye charts and I’ve tried them all and have to say that the final looks are beautiful and, what is important, you can never go wrong with neutral shades.

And this is the close-up of the shadows.