Avon SuperShock Vivid Liquid Eyeshadow isn’t a new product by any means but for some odd reason or another I felt like revisiting them when I saw a friend using one recently.
Yeah, my mentality, as you may have guessed, was the fact that maybe these were a budget option for Chanel Ombre D’Eau due to their bi-phase formula.
Hi-ho, hi-ho off I went to locate these on Evil-bay since Avon no longer sells them….
Here are my thoughts!
Philosophy Divine Long-Wear Creamy Eye Color happens to be just that, divine! I’m a long time, self proclaimed hater of cream shadows however in recent years I’ve found that I really love them because they are simple to use and create an elegant look in seconds where as you’d be wasting extra minutes with a powder, creams just have a knack of blending out in a quick swipe of your finger.
Love no nonsense beauty!
Philosophy Divine Long-Wear Creamy Eye Color are a brand new selection of cream shadows with a formula that contains an emollient that helps provide even application and keep color in place, while antioxidants and aloe help condition the skin.
I’m kinda loving these at the moment so time to share the joy.
Mark will be debuting a new finish to its i-Mark Shadow range with the introduction of i-Mark Metallics. i-Mark Metallics will release in September in six shades that provide full color pay off and a customizable way to store the shadows in the Mark Snap To It Palettes.
Jump ahead for a few swatches of the new Metallics Collection.
MAC Me Over sees the release of two new eye quads. I got Lady Grey to try out but I have to say it’s not very me. I don’t do taupes so well I fear, they remind me of vintage romance novels featuring Fabio as the hero! ha! Because boyfriend always looked like he had on fancy shades of purple and taupe eyeshadow on those covers!
Let’s take a peek!
For a very long time I wasn’t a big believer in MAC Shadesticks. I used a single shade one day and instantly I was converted!
So I’m happy to report that the MAC Me Over! Collection will feature four shades of Shadesticks (some brought back from the past) which don’t get nearly enough love lately after the release of Paint Pots.