Maybelline New York Eye Studio Color Plush Silk Eyeshadow, Legendary Lilac 110, 0.09 Ounce

March 7, 2016 - Comment

Silk makes shadow new again. The exclusive eye studio color plush silk eyeshadow formula with silk pigments creates the ultimate shadow texture and luminosity. Rich color glides over lids with a smooth feel. Find 4 expertly coordinated shades in every compact. Product Features Silk pigments for rich color Smooth texture feel 4 expertly coordinated shades

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Silk makes shadow new again. The exclusive eye studio color plush silk eyeshadow formula with silk pigments creates the ultimate shadow texture and luminosity. Rich color glides over lids with a smooth feel. Find 4 expertly coordinated shades in every compact.

Product Features

  • Silk pigments for rich color
  • Smooth texture feel
  • 4 expertly coordinated shades in every compact

Comments

Dana says:

Sunset Seduction I actually bought this at Target a few weeks ago and I am very impressed. The colors are kind of peachy and shimmery and look absolutely beautiful when all blended together. It has just the right amount of shimmer and has great consistency. The only downfall is that the colors are a little light for my taste but the product itself is amazing.

ILoveAmazon says:

Fabulous value, stays on well LOVE this eyeshadow! It goes on well, and stays on great. My favorite colors are the Pink Persuasion, and Green With Envy. I use more of the silver shade in the one with the pink (but not pink). I love the black shade to outline the eye with. My skin is very sensitive, I can wear this all day without irritation. Great saturated colors!

Chelle says:

Why do I stray? I’m very surprised by the overwhelmingly positive reviews of this eyeshadow on Amazon, as any other make-up website give this product a mediocre rating at best. I bought #50 Taupe Temptress yesterday. The colors are beautiful in the packaging, but the pigment in the shadow is almost non-existent, and I had to go over my lid multiple times with the middle two colors to get the colors to show (yes, I use a primer, so no lectures, please). The only exception was the last color on the end, which…

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