Sugar Glitter Eyes are a selection of five limited edition cream eyeshadows from the Jill Stuart Patisserie Collection.
After swatching these I find they quite remind me of Jill Stuart Jelly Eye Color with a thinner consistency and a new package, even the shades are kinda dupes of past shades of Jelly Eye Color. They also remind me of Visee Shower Eyes so the concept of a sparkly liquid/cream shadow with a sponge applicator isn’t a terribly new idea.
Even though they aren’t terribly different from products I already own I still LOVE this style of Japanese Eyeshadow. It’s actually the type of formula that got me hooked on cream eyeshadows.
Let’s take a look!
Yesterday my Jill Stuart Patisserie Collection haul arrived from Japan. I was tweeting a few pics in excitement.
Today I thought I’d do a few swatches and follow up with review soon after.
Let’s take a look at the two limited edition shades of Jill Stuart Patisserie Mix Blush Compact.
I’ve turned quite a few of you on to the joys of Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery SPF 50+. I love that stuff. Totally my HG (holy grail) SPF of choice.
I recently purchased the new Biore UV Aqua Rich Whitening Watery Cream SPF 50+ on a whim to try out.
Take a look!
Show of hands?
I’m constantly looking for ways to brighten my skin up or even whiten it further for that matter so I’m always up for trying Asian potions and lotions to do so.
Arbutin is actually a successful way to brighten and lighten skin if you have, oh, a few years to spare.