Stila 6 Colors Eye For Elegance Shimmer & Glow Liquid Eyeshadow Set Glitter & Glow Shadow Palette
STILA PROFESSIONAL EYE FOR ELEGANCE 6 COLOR SHINING GLITTER WATERPROOF EYE SHADOW
=Stila Eye for Elegance Liquid Eye Shadow Set,,liquid eyeshadows–three with a shimmer finish and three with a glitter finish. I was pleasantly surprised by the color payoff, ease of application, and wear of the Shimmer & Glow formula. The Glitter & Glow shades performed much like past shades have in the same formula, which is to say largely dependent on the strength of the base color against the size of the sparkles, though for anyone who is after a glitter eyeshadow for layering, I imagine they are nice enough.
1,Kitten is a light-medium, peachy pink with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. The color payoff was opaque in a single layer, and I really did not think even a full layer was necessary to achieve opaque coverage on the lid itself. The texture was lightweight, thin, and almost watery, but it applied evenly to bare skin and lasted for over ten hours on me.
2,Grace is a medium-dark bronze with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It had opaque pigmentation in a single layer, and it actually applied that way to the lid. The consistency is thin, almost watery, but it still packed quite a punch in terms of pigmentation. I liked using a flat, synthetic brush to apply to the lid as a little went a long way. The color went on evenly, smoothly, and dried down fast enough to prevent any initial creasing/settling. It wore well for ten hours and was still going strong at that point.
3,Twig is a deep, red-toned brown with subtle, warm undertones and a pearly sheen. The pigmentation was intense–completely opaque in a single layer. The texture was thin, watery, but it held together well and distributed even, smooth coverage that never appeared streaky or thinned out as I worked with it. The eyeshadow dried down fast enough not to sink into my lines on my lid but gave me enough time to diffuse the edges. The color still looked great after ten hours of wear.
4,Peachy Sheen is a light, golden peach with warm undertones and a sparkling, glittery finish. It had a sheer base color and a moderate amount of glitter. Again, the sheerness made this shade best for layering rather than using it all-over the lid as a standalone, opaque eyeshadow. Those with warmer skin tones may find it works well as a sheer wash of sparkle on the lid, as the base color would blend in with the natural undertones/skin color. It wore well for nine hours with minimal fallout.
5,Smoldering Satin is a medium-dark taupe brown with warm undertones and silver sparkle. It had semi-opaque color coverage in one layer, which was somewhat buildable. The consistency was thin, watery, but it spread and distributed fairly evenly across the skin. It worked best layered over a base eyeshadow to ensure evenness in coverage. There was minimal fallout after nine hours of wear.
6,Next to Notte is a medium-dark, reddish plum with subtle, warm undertones and cooler red and pink sparkle. It had a semi-sheer base color with a heavy amount of shimmer and sparkle, so it had a more intense effect in practice but a very uneven base color. This particular shade would work best layered over something else to ensure evenness underneath all of the sparkle. The eyeshadow stayed on well for nine hours with minimal fallout.
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