Posted on April 26, 2012

Eye Poppers

Beauty/ Romantique

Today I want to share with you my favourite eyeshadows which work fantastically on blue and brown eyed girls.  As with all beauty products, you have to try them  to find the best products that suits your type. When you’re young and your eyeslids are not creasy yet, you have to have a little fun and try out different colours!

I love the buttery soft texture of French Cosmetics company Sisley eyeshadows, hence I have three colours from that brand. They are so easy to blend and you can mix and match them with each other. I usally take the darker colour, blend it up to my crease and then apply the one of the lighter colours over the darker shade .They can be applied wet or dry.

Taaa, daaa, here are my favourite colours:

Sisley Toffee – A delicious red-brown colour. The texture has the slightest pearly, satiny finish without being too obvious (no glitter!). It’s a lovely neutral colour that I often mix with my other colours from Sisley.

Sisley Quartz – Same silky texture, Quartz is a neutral taupe, foolproof and great for every day.

Sisley Mango – I usually look sick when wearing orange eyeshadow, but this shade is different. It’s a peachy colour but not too orange or warm. Again, I mix it with “Toffee” for some added definition.

Bourjois eyeshadow 15 – This cupcake pink  from the Sweet Paris summer collection looks brighter than it is. It actually is a very light pink and I also use it as a blusher!

French Beauty Marion Cottillard certainly knows how to make her eyes sparkle – toffee brown eyeshadow and rosy lips – parfait!

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  • Reply Inside Romantique’s cosmetic bag | Romantique and Rebel July 14, 2012 at 11:21 am

    […] In my opinion, Sisley has the best texture of eye shadows. Buttery soft and brilliant colours with pearl sheen (not nasty glitter!). Read my post on these eye shadows here. […]

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