Sparkle Shadow, my favorite Bobbi shadow of all time. It’s sparkly, it’s shimmery, it’s oh so gorgeous for the Holidays. The formula has undergone some slight changes since they originally introduced it as I feel like it’s thicker and packed a bit better but overall, it’s still as super as it ever way but it does take a special kind of person to love on it as if you’re not a shimmer girl, this one isn’t for you!
But if you are a founding member of the sparkle club…
Well jump ahead!
Nude girls gather round, that sounded a bit perverse but you know what I mean…all the ladies (and lads) that enjoy themselves a nude look with a little flair will adore the new Mark on the Dot Eye Color Compact which features nine shades of metallic eyeshadows in an array of nude, natural shades of brown, plum, and taupe.
Shall we have a look?
Wet n Wild has introduced four, limited edition Glitter Kit Eyeshadow Palettes for Holiday 2011. I’ve already reviewed one of these for which was the Main Street Glitz color selection.
I also picked up Tinsel Mall which is a complete reverse of Main Street Glitz as it sports cooler tones versus the warmer shades in Main Street Glitz.
Let’s take a look!
The Tarina Tarantino Beauty Collection has been recently extended at Sephora to include a new range of Jewel Shadow Palettes. These palettes used to be reserved for special seasonal releases as you might recall the shape and size of the oval compact is reminiscent of last year’s Holiday 2010 Palette.
This is now a standard part of the collection and has replaced the single eyeshadows that the brand used to offer. I personally like the idea of a palette rather than a single shade as it offers variety or a single look with contrasting shades of shadow.
I’m a huge fan of the newly revamped packaging as well since it’s a bit slicker and more mature. I decided to review each of the shades separately that I have since the formula seemed to vary from palette to palette.
Let’s take a peek at the Jewel Shadow Palette in Delightful today.
I brought out Summer today for my Fall look. Sorry, let’s revert back for a second and take a peek at the Napoleon Perdis Tropical Heat Collection from Summer 2011.