Annabelle i-Tranformer|First Impression Review

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One brand I started to look when I’m in a drugstore is Annabelle. They are a Canadian makeup brand based in Montreal, who carry a lot of great products.

As I was at the drugstore (SDM) to get my medication from the pharmacy. I saw this iTransformer by Annabelle  and it comes with a bonus Studio Pigment in a pack and they were on clearance for $5.00 (reg. $8.50 not including the studio pigment which is also $8.50). It’s a super duper steal! So, yay for life!

Note that not every Shoppers Drugs Mart( SDM) offers the same clearance items.

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Well, girlfriends if it’s only $5 for two interesting makeup products, you know I wouldn’t miss it for the world! Finding great beauty deals have becoming my favorite pastime!

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I don’t usually use wet application but when I do I had often used just plain water before and since I got this I figured hey, lets give this a try, if that even make sense. This iTransformer is the real deal. I’m like wow … I fell in love with it instantly❤

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It comes in a small glass bottle of clear liquid with a black lid that houses a dropper. The dropper is great and allows you to drop a little or a lot onto whatever surface you are working with.

It says here “this water solution transforms any powder eyeshadow into a creamy liquid for rich, vibrant and intense colour that lasts”. I’m planning on putting it in my next post under “How To Makeup tips” once I feel much better.

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The Studio Pigments are part of Annabelle’s Studio line, and come in 6 shades: Magentini, LOL, Greed, Dragonette, Cobalt, Karma and its retailed for $8.50 a jar.

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This Annabelle Studio Pigment I got is in Dragonette. The shade is a Dark Green Teal undertone which has matte finish. Other pros is the adorable packaging and as a bonus the product will last you forever!

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The pigment is great and it’s a bright teal color that I really like. I’m ready to step out of my comfort zone going to try this shade out for you guys. It is highly concentrated so a little, little bit goes a long way. So pretty, I wish I could wear this everyday🙂 I hope you wouldn’t mind if I do the color swatch in my next post with the how to makeup tips. To keep the suspend.

Annabelle Cosmetics is available in any drugstores and retail stores like Walmart, Target and on their website (hit here for the link).

So, there you have it my thoughts on both of these amazing products from Annabelle and don’t forget to check back later for the how to makeup tips. Even though for the regular price, I’ll repurchase them for it really works.

Have you tried any transformer or pigment dust and which brand is your favorite? I love to hear your comment in the comment section below.

So, until next time, stay gorgeous!

Thank you so much for stopping by.

Sharon xoxo

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    • Thanks for your comment. I’m glad to know that I wasn’t alone, hehehe! This itransfomer makes the eyeshadow more intense in color and long lasting. I’ve heard good things about elf’s makeup lock and seal. I really want to try it someday🙂 xx

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  1. I have a couple of these transformer type of products – one from Inglot and the other from Lise Watier – they both work very well and I like using them with any loose pigment to help them look more vibrant and stick on better. Glad you found this on clearance. That pigment colour is beautiful – it would look so nice and summery as a liner on the lower lashes.

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