Colorescience Pro - Pressed Eyeshadow Palette - Fire Elements

Colorescience Pro - Pressed Eyeshadow Palette - Fire Elements

$35.00
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  • +DESCRIPTION

    Pure mineral pigments to be used for highlighting, contouring and lining.

    Net Weight: 7.2 g / 0.24 oz.

    Mica, Iron Oxides, Bsimuth Oxychloride, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Ethylhexyl Hydroxystearate Benzoate, Carrot Oil (Beta Carotene), Phospholipids, Tocopheryl Acetate, Retinyl Palmitate, Balm Mint Leaf Extract, Geranium, Ylang, Sandalwood.

    May Contain: Manganese Violet, Ultramarines, Silica

  • +AT A GLANCE

    • product title:
    • Pressed Eyeshadow Palette - Fire Elements
    • product-type:
    • Makeup Kits for Eyes
    • product-type:
    • Eyeshadow
    • preference:
    • Minerals
    • pd-rating:
    • 3
    • pd-rating-count:
    • 1
    • pd-question-count:
    • pd-answer-count:
  • +HOW TO USE

  • +INGREDIENTS

By Rachel
Hillsboro, OR
OK palette
October 22, 2014
This is good, but not great little trio. It has a slightly shimmery bubblegum pink shade, a matte dark bluish purple shade, and a sparkly champagne color. The pink is great, with a very creamy texture and good pigmentation. The purple is drier and slightly powdery, with good pigmentation. The pink and purple have good pigmentation without primer, and look great with it. The champagne shade is very dry and has little pigmentation, even over primer. The sparkles are small and do not fall out, which is nice. Use a good primer with this and put on a few layers. Best as a highlight color. The packaging isn't too fancy, but not cheap either. It's a nice, plain gold with a little mirror. It comes with a double-ended shadow brush that is OK. It also comes with a tiny angled liner brush, which actually works really well.
ProsAppealing color combo Pink has great texture and good pigmentation Purple has good pigmentation Mini angled liner brush
ConsChampagne color lacks pigmentation Champagne & purple colors dry and powdery Not a good value for the price