Archive for eyeshadow

Bobbi Brown sparkle eye shadow

Posted in makeup with tags , , on February 26, 2009 by LPB

New Sparkle Eye Shadow is a featherweight formula that instantly lights up eyes with a unique combination of shimmering pearls and glitter in a translucent base.

Creamy-soft powder shadow glides on smoothly and clings to lids for crease-free, long-lasting wear.


I loves this limited edition shades; sunlight, ballet, mica, silver moon. They add sparkling radiance to my eyes without the loudness of drag-queenistique.

Green eyes

Posted in makeup with tags , on December 10, 2008 by LPB

I like green eyeshadow.

I like using different hues of green with different finishes; with golden/bronze highlighter and violet mascara


Mesmerizing shades

Posted in makeup with tags , , on September 23, 2008 by LPB

I am in love with grayish hues, especially when they comes in different finishes & undertones.

It’s the new black! 

EL Autumn 2008 collections

Posted in makeup with tags , , , , , , on September 8, 2008 by LPB

I loves the warmth earthy shades , clashing with the cool berry tones.

I am stocking up  brown, grey, bronze, mauve & berry tones for A/W 2008

Shu Uemura fall 2008

Posted in makeup with tags , on August 4, 2008 by LPB

The  sexiest golden collection for the fall, less trashy  than the in-your-face Chanel collection

MAC neo sci-fi & solar field

Posted in makeup with tags , , , , , on May 29, 2008 by LPB

Solar field refined golden bronzer! Don’t you love the name of this product? And i am in love with the retro orange packaging, it’s so summer 1968 ( err…2008 )

I am going to get the sheertone shimmer blush in x-rocks ( dirty mauve ), neo sci-fi eyeshadow in expensive pink & evening aura, pink grapefruit lipglass

Becca makeup

Posted in makeup with tags , , on May 16, 2008 by LPB

Even Becca has a huge selection of foundation shades, i am never a huge fan as i think its formulation is rather greasy for oily to combination skin; Don’t get me wrong, it’s blendable & buildable, just not suitable to my skin type.

Becca loose powder is rather fine in texture  & smooth to apply, again, i find it not great at mattifying my complexion.

On the other hand, i absolutely love its eyeshadows. They are heavily pigmented, glide on skin smoothly, blend perfectly & give a sheen that brightens up my eyes I am currently using he best of Becca palette and having my eyes on the velveteen palette.