The Chanel Mystere Les 4 Ombres Eyeshadow Palette ($59) launches recently with the Chanel Collection Superstition for Fall 2013. This palette is available for a limited time and makes khaki a focal point for the them of the quad. Golden khaki mixes with a light gold, taupe, and true khaki shade to create sultry fall eyes.
Take a peek below for more details.
Pixi Fairy Light Solo Eyeshadows released a while back ago but I’m just now getting around to reviewing these. Originally Pixi launched Fairy Light Solo Eyeshadows in only a few shades but as of recently they are available in twelve shades including a new Gilded Green shade just like the popular eyeliner color!
Let’s take a look!
Lunasol Cool Beige Three Dimensional Eyes is one of several palettes Lunasol released sometime ago as part of the general catalog. If you’ve never purchased a Lunasol Eyeshadow Palette before or even seen one you’re in for a treat as they do some might fine eyeshadow palettes.
Let’s take a look!
Stila Countless Color Pigments are the type of product that visually draw you in. The kaleidoscope of tie dyed shades really captures the eye and makes you want them rather badly. However, Stila Countless Color Pigments aren’t just about the pretty! They are also quite an interesting concept and are made for not only eyes but cheeks as well which make them quite appealing. Who doesn’t love a multitasking product?
As much as I wanted to love them I found in the end they weren’t all that great.
The Jesse’s Girl 9 Pan Eyeshadow Palette is quite a beauty budget pick at mere $3.99 each. And I actually reviewed one of these not so long ago in a land far, far away…and felt like the formula wasn’t TOO bad.
Recently, I was picking things out of my to be reviewed pile and realized I also had the Tickled Pink version of the Jesse’s Girl 9 Pan Eyeshadow Palette which I hadn’t yet reviewed.
Unfortunately, my original experience with the shadow was so so, not bad but with Tickle Pink things went a little down hill!