The Muse admits she has way too many pots of pigments, shimmers, and loose shadow. Why do you think we get all hyper over something as simple as loose pigment? What’s the psychology behind that? I blame MAC.
You know this is why I refuse to get too involved with e-tailer mineral companies. I try to stay clear of anything and everything that has to do with these companies. If I head over to that dark side I’ll have 1,000,000 little 5 gram jars hanging all over the place because I can’t just stop at one color. It’s an addiction I tell you. No, DO NOT WANT!
But anyway….I’m babbling when all I really want to do is show you the new Napoleon Perdis Gold Digger Glimmer Set.
I really do love this one, can’t help myself.
Napoleon Perdis Gold Digger Glimmer Set is $25 (nice little price) and includes three richly pigmented loose powders for eyes. This is a nice little gift but you may get greedy and just want it for yourself.
You’ll get three shade in Gold, White Gold, and Bronze. They can be worn together or seperately, mix ’em, match ’em, line your eyes with them, fill your lid, cocktail with a few drops of water for a metallic, wet shadow effect…possibilities are endless.
Today I mixed up the gold and bronze for a deep chocolate eye look with golden highlights! Likey!
They are pretty easy to use and I faced minimal fall out woes. Each jar has a tiny spout which allows for a small brush or sponge applicator to fit inside and gather up color without a major mess. The shadows adhere well to eyes, are super pigmented, have a nice shimmer finish without being over done, and are finely milled in formula so you aren’t suffering from flaky fall out.
My fav shade is the bronze…honestly I think it’s more of a rich dark chocolate shade. It makes my brown eyes pop with pretty color!
Overall, the price is right bringing in each 3.6g jar at around $8 and change. They’d make a nice little gift as well as they are packaged in a cute little box ready for giving and even include a small brush. The pigmented formula, ease of application and blending, plus the shade selection make them a yay for me.
Quite enjoyed this set.
Available now from Napoleon Perdis.
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