Thursday, January 21, 2010


I have been using these a lot over the past 7 months or so. I am so impressed with this palette because the colors are just beautiful with my eye color and skin tone. These are very smooth to the touch and blend super nice! These are all shimmery though, so if I were to change anything, I'd make some of these colors matte. I love how I can create three different looks with this small palette! Neutral, colorful, and smokey eyes cover the spectrum, for me at least, very well!

 I am not one to wear super bright colors, so this gives me nice pigmentation in "safe" neutral colors. The Physicians Formula webpage says you can use these dry or wet. I personally think these are so pigmented already, I don't see the need to use wet. But for those of you who really like to amp it up, this is a great option for you. Also, if you use the sponge tip applicator that comes with this palette, you won't get much color payoff. I like to use my SS252 from Sigma to really pack on color to the lid.

You can also get similiar palettes for brown eye, green eyes, and hazel eyes. These retail for approximately $9.95.  You can find these at most drugstores or at

FTC Discloser:Products mentioned in this post were purchased by me and I am in no way affiliated with any brands or companies mentioned.


ndoodles said...

This sounds like such a nice palette - although too much shimmer. I think I prefer a palette w/ many finishes. But you should do a look w/ them! I would be excited to see that.

NV Beauty said...

I will post a look with this soon! I completely agree with you on the finishes though. I am shocked that makeup companies are putting out so many shimmery palettes and not so many matte ones. Who's wants a totally sparkley look??

Halifax said...

I like the brand and the option to be able to get lots of look combinations out of the colours. I don't pick palettes based on the eye colours :-)