More from Jordana!
This time we have the Color Effects Powder Eyeshadow Duos, which come in thirteen different color sets and six finishes including matte, pearl, shimmer, glitter, metallic, duotoned. Interestingly I don’t see any on their site actually listed as being duotond, so I wonder which ones those are?
- Double Effect
- Perfect Couple
- Other Half
- Splitting Image
- Double Impact
- Dynamic Duo
- Perfect Team
- Good Match
- Smoky Jade,
- Smoky Purple
- Smoky Green
- Smoky Browns
Yay for eyeshadow duo circles!
Good Match, Splitting Image, Double Impact
Good Match features two matte colors in tan and warm beige brown. The tan color was very pale and a little chalky but the beige brown was very nice and pigmented and even.
Splitting Image has a gold beige shimmer shadow and a medium brown with gold shimmer. Both of these colors are pretty but I especially love the darker brown. Gorgeous.
Double Impact (which isn’t shown because the shadow was crumbled to bits when it arrived but still gorgeous colors) features a mauve pink shimmer and a cranberry shimmer. Really soft, pigmented and super pretty for this time of year.
Smoky Purple, Smoky Browns
Smoky Purple includes a rose/pink color and an eggplant purple with pink shimmer. Pretty!
Smoky Browns has a bronze brown metallic color and a deep chocolate brown with gold shimmer. Both pigmented and really nice shadows.
Twice The Fun
Double Effect, Twofold, Twice The Fun
Double Effect includes a bright grass green pearl and a yellow pearl. Pretty colors, just not quite as pigmented as others.
Twofold has a purple/blue and bright, cool pink with pearl. Again pretty, not as pigmented.
Twice The Fun includes a light sky blue/grey pearl and a vivid blue shimmer. Lacking pigment again.
For the most part I think the colors and textures of these shadows was pretty darn nice. It seems the darker and/or shimmery colors had more pigmentation than the brighter ones though. All felt soft and nice to the touch, and are easy to blend.
Pricing: $3.49 for .094 oz (great price!).
What do you think about theses? Any you might pick up?