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Etude House Look At My Eyes Milky Way eyeshadows review

These products was send to me by Etude House. I got two of these shadows in a pink bird box (read about the Pink bird program)

2 gr of product
BR428 Romanticist Cancer
is a cocoa brown with pink pearl (this shadow represents my zodiac sign, and that is why I got this color). Really thoughtful of Etude House.
PP513 Celebrity Leo
Is a purple color with purple, gold and bluish pearl.

Look at my eyes BR 428
Look at my eyes BR 428

My thoughts on Etude house look at my eyes milky way eyeshadows

I really like these shadows. They are mainly easy to apply and are well pigmented. The purple one can become a little patchy but the brown came on really smoothly.

There will be some fallout when working with them, and the sparkle will transfer. I seem to get that with every shadow I use anyway so that is not a downside for me.

I really love the packaging, it is simply perfect.

A funny thing with the Etude house look at my eyes milky way packaging is that it actually glows in the dark. I don’t mean that this is a great feature of the product itself. No one I know puts on their makeup in the dark anyway (but wouldn’t that be a funny YouTube challenge) but it is more the thought of the product as a complete package.

They don’t last the whole day on my eyes unless I use a primer.

The lasting power of the eye shadows will differ between people depending on the oiliness of once eyelids. if you have really oily eyelids you should always use a primer first.

Swatches Celebrity Leo The first on (to the left) is a finger swatch and the second one with a brush
Daylight swatches

 I give this product 5/7


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