Tag: purple eye shadows
Do you know that Benefit’s Ceaseless Cream Eye Shadows have won a lot of awards? Some of them that are mentioned on their website:
- 2008 Self Healthy Beauty Award – “best eye shadow”
- 2008 Star Beauty Awards – “best eye shadow”
- 2008 Real Simple: Beauty & the Best – Top 20 beauty buys “best eye shadow”
And you know, I would give this product a lot of other awards because these are the best cream eye shadows ever.
So far I have only 2 shades but I will get them all. Why don’t I get them all at once? Because I get them as a small reward for myself. This is just my little secret on how to do some things that I don’t want to do. I get myself something nice after I’ve accomplished my task.
But back to the shadows. This time I am going to tell you about the shade called Stiletto, described as aubergine, which is just perfect for this Fall. My other shade Busy Signal is described as venetian brown and can be found here.
So why do I love it SO much and the swatch
Looks like that Purple is the new black this autumn! So I wanted to find a great purple look. I just loved this one created by Troy Jensen for Rachel McAdams. Do you want to create it yourself? He used Lilac Sky by Yves Saint Laurent.
What Fall Collections can you check out to get purple eye shadows or eye liners and create such look yourself? I am here to help you! Let’s start:
I have a lot of eye shadows by Artdeco and I love them so much! And here is one of my palettes. Talking about palettes. You can get a lot of different designs. Here is one of mine.
You can get the eyeshadows you want. The palette above I collected myself! I got those eye shadows and palette for about $35 but it was a long time ago.
As for the shadows they are amazing! It’s easy to use them, they are blending just perfectly and stay on your eye lids for a really long time without fading. The variety of colurs you can is amaing, they have almost every colour you can think of. If you want your eye shadows to last longer get the Artdeco eyeshadow base.
Check out swatches of my palette