September 10, 2011

e.l.f. Liquid Eyeshadow in Sultry Satin and Sexy Silver/Posh Silver: swatches, pics, review

Hello, Beautiful!

This post is all about e.l.f. Cosmetic's Liquid Eyeshadow.

Check out my pics, swatches, stats, and review....


e.l.f. Cosmetics Liquid Eyeshadow
Shade: Sexy Silver/Post Pewter (for some reason e.l.f. has changed the name of this shade)
Shade Description: A charcoal gray metallic-like shimmer.



 








e.l.f. Cosmetics Liquid Eyeshadow
Shade: Sultry Satin
Shade Description: A light golden champagne metallic-like shimmer.



 








Both shades next to each other:




Basic Stats for e.l.f. Cosmetics Liquid Eyeshadow:
Formula: liquid
Coverage: buildable; nicely pigmented
Wear: pretty long wearing
Shade Info: currently available in 8 shades
Cost/Availability: $1 on the e.l.f. Cosmetics website
Packaging: A thin tube with twist-off cap, wand attached to cap, doe-foot applicator
My Rating: 3 out of 5 kisses


Formula:
This is a liquid eyeshadow formula that is designed to stay-put.

Coverage:
I was impressed with the level of pigmentation these shadows had. They are nicely pigmented and buildable.

Wear:
For a $1 eyeshadow, these are pretty long lasting. They will stay-put pretty well all day long without creasing or fading.

Shade Info:
Currently there are 8 shades available for sale on the e.l.f. Cosmetics website.

Cost/Availability:
Only $1 each, and sometimes you can get them even cheaper (as low as $0.45) during a sale. Find on the e.l.f. Cosmetics website and anywhere else e.l.f. Cosmetics are sold (such as Target, Big Lots and even Dollar Tree).

Packaging:
This is a thin tube with a twist-off cap. The cap has a wand applicator with a doe-foot.

e.l.f. Cosmetics Liquid Eyeshadow Review:
How could I not try these out for just $1.00? I really like the shade Sexy Silver/Posh Pewter, but then again I love almost anything in the gray/charcoal family. The only thing that could make that shade better would be to add glitter to it!  :)

I think once these shadows are on they look nice, but the doe-foot applicator isn't my favorite application method for an eyeshadow. Still, I can work with it and also use brushes and/or my fingers to get it on my eyes just right. I always combine these with other shadows, usually powder, because I don't think these blend all that great.

For just $1.00 each, I highly recommend picking up a few shades to try out.


Now let me know what you think...
Do you already own this liquid shadow? If not, do you want to try this out? Which shade do you like better? Discuss in the comments or send me an email with any questions.



4 comments:

  1. Oh, I like those colors! I haven't seen these yet. Might have to try a couple out soon =)

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  2. best review everrrr
    best pictureeeeeeeee and resolution
    thank you so muchhhh :*

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