Primary Color – Blue Eyeshadow Look & Review


I’m doing a single eyeshadow review cum how to use the 2nd primary color Blue in this post. In my previous post I did mentioned of doing a Red Primary color but since I’m doing this topic of reviewing a Blue eyeshadow by Joe Fresh, I thought this would be a better idea of combining the two together in one post. Hope it’s alright with all of you. If you like to check on my previous posts, continue reading and hop over to the link here.

Let’s start by the review first. I picked this eyeshadow up because the color seems to be calling to me and as many of you know me that I’m a sucker for cute and lovely packaging, so this eyeshadow must not leave my hand. I got to have it and without saying, it was in my previous Friday Makeup Haul (full review) ❤


As you can see, this single eyeshadow comes in a decent size eyeshadow pan and the packaging makes it looks more classy in my opinion. It’s not of glass material but it sure looks like an expensive packaging on first glance.


Check this out beauties! The texture is soft and smooth and look how pretty the pigmentation is. It blends well and glide like a dream. High pigmentation and incredible long wear. It doesn’t crease or give you any fall out, what else can one ask for right! I’m really impressed with this eyeshadow.


I notice that Blue color shadow looks pretty on brown eyes by contrast and from the pictures below, you can see that I put on a few blue tone shadows from Joe Fresh and BH Cosmetics Baked shadows to share a few different eye shadow look using one of the primary color BLUE.

blue eye makeup look

The top row is by BH Cosmetics where the texture are more intense since it’s from baked shadow.

The 2nd and last row, I’m using the eyeshadows from Joe Fresh in Petrol. I just use a single shadow from the Petrol (blue) which seems to be trendy these days.

While the bottom row, I used the Petrol (blue) with a plum shade from the trio palette by Joe Fresh to do a soft everyday wear. A not too dramatic look.

So, there you have it a review of Joe Fresh single eyeshadow product and how to make an eye catching Blue eye makeup using the 2nd primary color. Up next is Red.

Overall, I really love this eyeshadow by Joe Fresh and I’m going back for more color choices for this summer 😀 The quality is very impressive and the price is affordable. If you happen to shop at JC Penny in US or at Loblaws or Superstore in Canada, stop by and check them out. Joe Fresh Cosmetics will be hitting all Canadian drugstores (ie. Shoppers Drug Mart) by 2016.

I hope you enjoy reading this post and find it interesting and helpful. Until next time, stay beautiful!

Do you have Blue eyeshadow in your stash? Give your comment here in the comment section below.

Thank you so much for stopping by.

Sharon xoxo

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15 thoughts on “Primary Color – Blue Eyeshadow Look & Review”

  1. I think it can be hard to wear blue, so I usually use blue shadows wet as an eyeliner. But the shade you chose is really lovely and easier to wear since it appears to have grey and green in it as well.

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    1. You know I’m a basis nude girl but I’m stepping out of my comfort zone and trying to discover more fun shades this summer. Hahaha! You have beautiful eyes and I think olive and khaki shades will compliment your eyes very well. xoxo

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    2. Thank you hun. I should get out of my comfort zone too but it’s so hard for me, I’m such a neutral girl !!! (Rocking a Givenchy orange lipstick today and it feel strange 😉 )

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  2. It should noted that Joe Fresh isn’t going to be available at ALL Canadian drugstore – JUST Shoppers Drug Mart since Loblaws bought them and Joe Fresh is a Loblaws brand. It won’t be available at Rexall or Jean Coutu, for instance. 🙂
    The Joe Fresh single eye shadow packaging is JUST like the old Shu Uemura ones, so sleek:


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