I’m loving all these cream eyeshadow color sticks that are releasing lately. They make such a fine multitasking tool for shading, lining, defining, and acting as a base for loose minerals and powder shadows.
Let’s take a look at the Stila Smudge Crayon Waterproof Eye Primer + Shadow + Liner.
I feel like the MAC In Extra Dimension Collection is a new, exciting take on MAC’s traditional Mineralize release. I crave Mineralize Collections so this was an exciting collection.
I think it’s different for MAC as they haven’t really released something like it before but I’m also scared they might start doing one of these collections every few months thus overwhelming me with Extra Dimension Eyeshadows and Skinfinishes to the point I hate them, that happened with Mineralize Skinfinishes at some point in my makeup life.
But let’s not be negative, let’s talk positive.
Visually these are incredible. I’ll throw it out there and say they remind me of the the Velveeta Cheesy Skillet guy. I can picture him pouring MAC Extra Dimension Eyeshadows, looking up at me with a twinkle eye in his eye, and saying, “Liquid Golddddd”.
Extra Dimension Eyeshadows are just incredible to look at. They look like just poured molten liquid metal.
Take a look!
More orange-y goodness coming your way.
MAC introduced Firepot to my life a few Summer’s ago. I cherish that eyeshadow like it’s my love child with Benoît Magimel.
Facefront Cosmetics Red Hot is actually even more intense, more fiery than MAC Firepot.
How is it possible?!
Sorry guys, I’m a little crazed with the warm, peachy shades today I know. One more post and I promise to leave you alone about the color for a day or two, deal?
E.L.F. has a few new Studio Single Eyeshadows they recently introduced and I’m absolutely loving the shade Sunset. This is a cheap, inexpensive way to indulge in a little of the peach orange-y goodness that’s popping up for Spring/Summer.
Take a peek!
Now that I’ve gone Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Colour, I might never go back!