July 12, 2010

Philosophy Windows to the Soul Eye Palette

Philosophy Windows to the Soul Eye Palette is the next cosmetic launch in the Philosophy Supernatural series.

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Philosophy Windows to the Soul Eye Palette is an all in one eye color kit featuring four shades of mineral powder for lid, crease, contrast, and lash line. The palettes are tiny enough to travel with but pack plenty of product to get down a sophisticated eye look for evening or day wearin’. The kit also includes a dual end shadow and liner brush for quick application!

Available in three shade selections for $30 each.

  • Box of Truffles (Browns, Golds)
  • Plum Delicious (Exotic Plums and Purples)
  • Smoke and Mirrors (Traditional Smoky Eye Shades)

Available now from www.philosophy.com

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  • Bora

    Can I be mean and say they look like copy cats of the basic eye palettes that Bobbi Brown released a while ago?

  • Sarah

    Completely unrelated but are we allowed to request reviews? A review of the new Stila One Step Correct Primer would be amazing and much appreciated!

    If you do it thank you, if not thank you for everything you do anyway 🙂

  • Karrie

    I love buying palettes.
    These just seem like your basic sets.
    I would have to check these out to see what the quality was like.