The All Natural Face Eye Shadows

From l-r:  Frosted Plums, Plum Honey, Pale Lilac Frosted Plums is a shimmer shadow.  It’s described as “a mauve, purple, copper, violet color”.  It’s darker in real life than in the picture, although it’s bluer than described.  Shimmery indigo is probably the best description.  This would make a great shadow for an evening winter look.… Continue reading The All Natural Face Eye Shadows

e.l.f. Smudge Pot cream eyeshadow in Ain’t That Sweet

This is a beautiful sheer pink that works great as an eyeshadow base.  It has a shimmer that adds nice dimension.  This glides on easily, sometimes a bit too easily, so I would recommend going with the less is more approach to avoid accidental smearing during application.  The eyeshadow has great staying power, and doesn’t… Continue reading e.l.f. Smudge Pot cream eyeshadow in Ain’t That Sweet

Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques pressed shadow in Morning Dew

From the May Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Their pressed shadows normally come in duos; this was an exclusive for the Vegan Cuts box.  I’ll still be reviewing, since Morning Dew is offered in the duos.  Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques hypes “our pressed colors are richly pigmented, go on silky smooth & blend easily and beautifully for… Continue reading Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques pressed shadow in Morning Dew

The All Natural Face eye shadows in Moss and Warm Honey

Moss is a matte eyeshadow, sort of a greyish green.  Be careful with this; it doesn’t blend well.  Although it’s kind of a greyish green, it’s still a pretty bold color.  When used sparingly, it can be a nice neutral. Warm Honey is a shimmer shadow, a very metallic brown.  This blends better than the… Continue reading The All Natural Face eye shadows in Moss and Warm Honey