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.
Smashbox already has a nifty little color collection that launched for Fall 2012 which I’ve already told you about but here’s some deets on their Master Class Collection, that’s also new for Fall.
QVC junkies will remember the palette from a past Today’s Special Value.
Plus some $10 quads are after the jump, those are a steal!
Avon vamps up their Glimmersticks with a new Chrome finish.
Any fans? I hated the ones I recently hauled with their Summer 2012 Collection. Eep! Terribly dry, lots of tugging involved, just wasn’t working for me.
Perhaps I’ll like the Avon Glimmersticks Chrome?
Looks like Smashbox is going a little smoky for Fall 2012 with their new Image Factory Collection.
Take a look see if you fancy it.