Josie Maran Introduces Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Beach Sand Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran is on a roll this Summer! Her gorgeous Argan Infinity Lip And Cheek Creamy Oil are my new fav blush and now I really want the new Josie Maran Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow that are launching for Summer 2014!

Yes, please!

These kinda remind me of the Charlotte Ronson Starry Eyes Liquid Eyeshadow and Shiseido Maquillage Watery Clash Eyes but I’m hoping they are formulated a bit better as I’m not a massive fan of watery cream shadows.

Take a look!

Josie Maran Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow ($18) are a biphase liquid eyeshadow created with coconut water which keeps lids hydrated. They are marketed as a pigment rich shadow with a unique biphase formula that has a layer of coconut water and one of argan infused pigments to keep lids moist through the wear.

Shades:

  • Playa Del Pink (shimmering light pink)
  • Rio De Rose Gold (shimmering pink gold)
  • Polynesian Purple (shimmering violet)
  • Rainforest Green (shimmering emerald)
  • Beach Sand (shimmering light bronze)
  • Bora Bora Bronze (shimmering deep bronze)

Josie Maran Beach Sand Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Beach Sand Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Bora Bora Bronze Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Bora Bora Bronze Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Playa Del Pink Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Playa Del Pink Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Polynesian Purple Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Polynesian Purple Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Rainforest Green Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Rainforest Green Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Rio De Rose Gold Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

Josie Maran Rio De Rose Gold Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadow

How divine is Polynesian Purple? I so need that shade.

My issue with biphase eyeshadow is they tend to go on sheer and blend away sheerly as well so I’ve never been a fan but these look delightfully pigmented! Some of the shades like the purple, green, and bronze are look incredible in promo images. I’m going to order some and see if I luck out! Maybe this formula will make me a biphase shadow believer.

Every tried a biphase eyeshadow?

What do you think of the formula?

Think you might want to check out these new Coconut Watercolor Eyeshadows?

Do share!

Available now at Sephora and Sephora.com.

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  • 5/1/14 10:30 Stephanie C.:

    Ooh, Rainforest Green, Polynesian Purple and Rio de Rose Gold look gorgeous!

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  • 5/1/14 11:18 Christina:

    You stole the words right out of my mouth! While I love looking and playing with these bi-phase liquid eyeshadows, they just don’t apply nicely on me. They’re sheer and watery, which is a shame because the colors are often so pretty and shimmery!

    I’ll check these out when they launch, but I’m betting on them not being much different from all the other ones previously released.

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    • 5/1/14 12:17 Isabella Muse:

      SAME here! They are lovely but they apply like crap! I hope Josie’s are different!

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  • 5/1/14 11:56 Jessica:

    Wow! I NEED these! :)

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  • 5/1/14 12:29 Ashley:

    Super pretty the purple is a must!

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  • 5/1/14 21:00 Lulle:

    They look really nice in their little bottles but I’m a little worried about a bi-phase formula for eyes… for $18 I might try one, for the sake of it!

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  • 5/1/14 22:38 Fatima:

    These remind me of the LUSH cream eyeshadows

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  • 5/1/14 23:07 Nat:

    I bought ALL the Ronson Starry Eyes because they swapped *so* nice on the back of my hand in the store. Too bad they didn’t hold up on my lids! Le sigh.

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  • 5/1/14 23:54 Jo Hee:

    I had a chance to play with them, when I met a Josie Maran representative at the Sephora location I work for. The color payoff is INCREDIBLE!! You would think they go on sheer with the word “water”, but I have no idea how such an eyeshadow can be that richly intense. Being water based, it did take a little while for it to set and dry, but it also gave enough time to smudge and blend. I can’t wait for these to go on sale, I am so excited to introduce these to clients!!

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  • 5/2/14 22:32 Allison:

    Oooooh interesting! Will definitely be scoping out swatches of these!

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  • 5/19/14 22:33 Jordan:

    Do you know when you will have a review of these up?

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