The jar packaging is simple but yet I find it hard to close it tight and it gets messy in the jar and outside the container. I’m not sure if you can see that inside the jar is a hard plastic cover with holes on them and this was again covered by a thin layer plastic However, I still find that the powder were flying and at the end of my eye makeup look, both my hands are practically covered with this Fifty Shades formula.
Just be extra careful when opening or closing the cover lid. Otherwise, this color might to too stubborn to take off. Is it just me, or have any of you experienced some problem while using mineral powder? Leave your comment below. I’m really curious to know.
I do love how pigmented this mineral eyeshadow formula is. This mineral powder eyeshadow is soft and smooth. It has a stunning metallic finishing which I find it to be fun to work on especially for a dramatic look. But for now, I’ll just go ahead to share the neutral look, please continue to read below.
I find that with this awesome pigmented mineral eyeshadow, I’m able to create more depth and intensity around my eyes especially on the lids without looking like just been punch on the eye kind of look, lol.
In this eye makeup look, instead of pulling out a smokey eye, I did an everyday eye makeup look since I like this look better with this shade. On the lids I used fifty shades and on crease the brown matte eyeshadow by Marcelle. I love the end results of this look. Stunning don’t you think?
So, that’s it on my review and eye makeup look for this week and until next time. Stay beautiful!
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