Everyday Minerals’ Passion Passport review

Posted on Monday, at bought • 444 views

  • Manufacturer: Everyday Minerals
  • Availability: from the online storefront; part of the regular eyeshadow line
  • Description: metallic blue-grey shimmer
  • Cost/Amount: USD$7 for a 10-gram jar with sifter / 2.5 grams
  • Would you purchase again: possibly

NOTE: As of early 2010, most Everyday Minerals products contain lauroyl lysine. Info & links of interest

Everyday Minerals’ Passion Passport

I have an uneasy relationship with Everyday Minerals. Their colors were fairly decently priced, and while the quality was hit-or-miss, if you carefully played within the rules that the owner set out, you could get a nice discount…so that if the products weren't all that great, at least you hadn't paid too much money.

Passion Passport is one of the more recent releases (some time in late summer / early fall 2011, I think?) and it has a good color payoff. It's a deeper grey, more of a pewter than a silver, with enough shimmer to brighten but not enough to look full-on metallic or “glam”.

Photos that show how the product actually performs...! See how I create my swatches

A montage of three images: top left, close-up of the eyeshadow in the pot; top right, the eyeshadow mixed with water and applied to bare skin; bottom left, the eyeshadow applied dry over primer.

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