November 26, 2012

Global Goddess Beauty Sizzling Serengeti Tribal Eyeshadow Quad in Eldoret - pics, swatches, review

Hello, Beautiful!

I have a beautiful eyeshadow quad to share with you from the brand Global Goddess Beauty. It's their Sizzling Serengeti Tribal Eyeshadow Quad, which I have in the shade Eldoret - gorgeous shimmering nudes. Also available in two other shade quads.

Check out my pics, swatches, info, and review... click on pics to view them larger.

Global Goddess Beauty
Sizzling Serengeti Tribal Eyeshadow Quad
Shade: Eldoret

Global Goddess Beauty Sizzling Serengeti Tribal Eyeshadow Quad Info & Review:
Cost/Availability: $15.99 (0.264 oz full size). Check it out on the Global Goddess Beauty website and purchase this on the Efficient Living website.
My Rating: 4 out of 5 Kisses

The Sizzling Serengeti Tribal Eyeshadow Quad features four made-to-match shades for creating a color-coordinated look. Use each shade alone, blend or layer to create the finish that best represents you.

Each color is infused with nourishing oils that improve the appearance and health of the eye lids. Baobab oil supplies antioxidant-rich vitamins A, D, E and F to diminish the appearance of fine lines, improve elasticity and neutralize free radicals. Moringa oil allows the shadows to glide easily and evenly over the lids, creating a smoothing and simpler application. The lids are left nourished, protected and gorgeously shaded.

Available in three shade quads. I have the shade quad Eldoret, which is what I call their neutral palette. The shade quad Mombasa is a colorful palette - which contains two more neutral shades and two more colorful shades. The shade quad Arusha is more of a mauve/pink palette. You really can't go wrong with any of them; the hard part will be choosing which shade quad is your favorite.

They have decent pigmentation on their own, but really come to life over a shadow primer. Soft and blendable, these shadows go on smooth. The shade quad Eldoret has four shimmery/metallic finish shades, including a white, a pale yellow gold, a bronze, and a warm golden nude.

I'd love to see even more shade quads, like a set of smokey grays. I recommend checking these shadow quads out!

Now let me know what you think...
What do you think of this shadow quad? Have you tried this or is this on your wish list? Discuss in the comments below.

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