I grabbed this when it went on sale, because Shiro / Detrivore have really good-quality shadows and I wanted to snag one of their softer neutrals.
Softer brown-red multipurpose powder. I’ve used it as an eyeshadow and blush, but this can also be used as a lip color and possibly a contour.
This could be a great nude color. It’s a shade found in nearly every lineup at some point. But it’s almost sheer! It builds, but not rapidly. The manicure in this review was three coats, and I can still see the nail line. This could be put over a white matte or creme polish, for a brighter pale tan; but I could not get solid coverage using this on its own.
These are marketed as facial highlighters. While I have done this occasionally, I also use this as an eye effect. I like the sparse sparkle, the interference-shift color effect, and the easy application! It’s marketed at the “festival-makeup” crowd, but since I’m long past having patience with festivals but will outgrow breathing before I outgrown love of color, I find plenty of other ways to use this.
Solid, almost tropical-blue shade with a matte finish and none of the sometimes chalky texture that has come from previous Meow matte shadows.
This red leans a bit cool - cool enough that it may not look great on the warmest skintones, unless used fairly sparingly. The finish is almost metallic, but not quite. The color payoff is very solid. I got better results applying it dry over primer than wet, but it didn’t apply horribly when mixed with water. It just wasn’t quite as easy to work with.
A new seasonal collection of highlighters (Summer Things Never Change) launched at the tail-end of June, and now comes the news that half a dozen collections are on sale and will be discontinued at the end of July. If you’re interested in any colors - or backups! - from the Miyazaki Glows and Tints, the Legends collection, the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes collection, the Flash Ignite collection, or the Battle of the Boy Bands collection, head over and browse...
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