May 3, 2013

Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes in Teal, Khaki Green, Peachy Skin - pics, swatches, review

Hello, Beautiful!

Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes has new shades - 14 new shades to be exact! Back in November I reviewed the shade Taupe, which is a really pretty brown that anyone could wear, but in this post I'll show you three of their newer shades: Teal, Khaki Green, and Peachy Skin. Out of those three shades my favorite is Teal; just really pretty! What shade do you like best? Read my full review and all the info after the pics!

Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes
Shades: E124 Teal, E125 Khaki Green, E129 Peachy Skin
Continue scrolling down to see more pics of each individual shade.

Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes
Shade: E124 Teal

Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes
Shade: E125 Khaki Green

Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes
Shade: E129 Peachy Skin

Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes Info & Review:
Cost/Availability: $36.00 (0.085 oz full size). Available on the Ellis Faas website, at Sephora (although at the time I wrote this post the new shades were not available), and everywhere else Ellis Faas cosmetics are sold.
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Kisses!

Opaque, semi-matte liquid eyeshadow with a velvety texture. With its quick-drying properties and special blend of flower and coffee extracts, Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes provides coverage without heaviness.

Ellis has tested hundreds of eye shadows over the course of her career, and the moment she tried the formula of what has become her Creamy Eyes she fell in love with its velvety texture.

These shadows have really great pigmentation; you can build the intensity if you want buy you will likely find you only need one layer to get all the color payoff you need. Comes in a click-pen applicator. You'll need to prime the product (meaning to get it started for the first time) by clicking it about 10 to 12 times, then you just need to click it once or twice for each use to get plenty of color out.

This product does dry down very quickly, you have maybe 30 seconds tops of playtime before it sets. I suggest working one lid at at time, blending right away (as you need to do with most cream shadows).

I think these shadows are easy to use, easy to apply, and the shades are really pretty. Now that they've expanded their shade selection there are so many pretty colors to choose from in addition to their great core set of colors.

Out of the three shades I shared with you in this post, my favorite is Teal. They're all really pretty in their own way though, and if you're a green shadow person than you'll go crazy for Khaki Green; it's the perfect olive army green shade!

Overall, I still really like these shadows and the whole Ellis Faas line. Definitely would recommend giving these a try!

Now let me know what you think...
What do you think of these shadows? Have you tried them or are they now on your wish list? What shade do you like best? Discuss in the comments below.


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