Minggu, 12 Maret 2017

Make Over: Eyecentric Smokey Eyeshadow Palette


Hi there, Beauties!
I’m back with another product review. This time Bali Beauty Bloggers are collaborating with Make Over, one of the biggest brand in the make up industry of Indonesia. I feel so grateful to be part of this community and to be able to work with different make up companies.

Price wise, Make Over cost about the same as Maybeline and other drug store cosmetic brands. But since this product is 100% local. I feel quite proud being an Indonesian and prefer them over USA based brands.

In this blog, I will be reviewing their Smokey Eyeshadow palette, part of their Eyecentric collection. I also received a silver Eyecentric make up pouch with it. From the packaging, I think it’s quite stylish and travel friendly. It’s small and light for an 8 colour palette, paired with a dual sided brush as well for convenience.


Smokey make over palette 195K

For the colour selection it’s also quite satisfying. Although I personally would prefer more low tone brown hues or any neutral hues for mix and match. Their colours are radiant, glamorous and perfect for dinner and evening parties. With just one make up palette you will be able to create many different looks by combining different colour selection. They also have bold colours that could stand on their own.

This palette sort of reminds me of Gwen Stefani's Urban Decay Palette. Pigmentation is also not so bad although it’s not extravagant as well. I had higher hopes tho, but not using an eyeshadow base would probably be one of the reason. Blending the colours aren’t that easy so apply your strokes carefully.


In these pictures I used their purple and rose pink colour hues with a bit of black on the crease and edges. The exact colours were, peach lady like, twilight and black stiletto. I started with peach lady like from the front part of the eye until about 2/3rd of my eyelids, then overlap it with the twilight colour and lastly give it more drama by adding an edgy touch using the black stiletto on the crease and the end of the eye. Honestly, I am really not used to putting eye shadow under my eyes, I think I should start giving it a try >.<



Overall I am quite happy with this product, considering the price, value of money, the packaging, colour selection and pigmentation. I think it’s really worth a try. But I would probably think twice about repurchasing.


This post is sponsored by:

MAKE OVER COSMETICS
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Thank you for stopping by and I hope you find this post useful!

Have a nice day!

Love,


Clara

1 komentar:

  1. Hai Clara,


    Just wondering if you might be interested in low tox beauty and make up products, covered in the podcast, and maybe if there is competing indo product :)

    https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/the-real-food-reel/id952917148?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4#

    RFR 64: Phenoxyethanol, greenwashing and low tox beauty with Alexx Stuart
    Released 09 March 2016

    In Episode 64 of The Real Food Reel we are again joined by Alexx Stuart from lowtoxlife.com. Today Alexx and I discuss phenoxyethanol, greenwashing and low tox beauty.

    LC

    BalasHapus