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Monday, May 2, 2011

Cream & frozen eyeshadow from KKcenterhk-Review, Swatches+EOTD

Hi ladies,
Hope everyone had a great weekend!!So today I have two things to review and I hope you find them interesting...take a look at what I have for you today:First is a Meilasu black cream eyeshadow PM13 from Kkcenterhk.

What it claims:
Long Wearing, Colorfast
Net weight:
5.8 g
I usually don't prefer cream eye shadows on my lids as they do tend to crease giving a bad look. But when I saw this one...I was really tempted to give it a try so here I have it with me now.

The good points:
It's highly pigmented and of a very good quality.
Has a soft, creamy and buttery texture.
Easy to blend.
Unlike other cream eye shadows it does crease much and that's the best part in it.

A wide range of shades is available at KKcenterhk.
Very decently priced- $2.80 only!!!
Staying power is quite impressive.
The packaging is very graceful.
The swatch:
The bad points:
As I had mentioned before that this cream shadow does not crease much as others tend to do...but still even this one after 1-2 hours starts creasing. But anyways I won't mind it that much as creasing is in the nature of almost every cream eyeshadow...isn't it??
Overall, I would say that this cream eyeshadow is one of the best one that I've tried till now and would surely recommend it to others if you're in search of a good cream eyeshadow.

So ladies, that was the first thing and now comes the second one which is Love Alpha frozen eye color PF09 from KKcenterhk.

What it claims:
Bright Shining Jewel-Like Sense Of Penetrating Eyes. Hydra-Rich Stretch Of The Jelly Textures Eye Color.

Net weight:
10 g
This is the first that I've ever used jelly frozen eyeshadow from any brand. But this looked really interesting so thought of giving it a try...take a look at what I feel about it-
The good points:
Love Alpha frozen eye color delivers shimmery, relatively intense color with one swipe.
Has a creamy, soft and a bit sticky texture.
It's quite lightweight and it can beautifully decorate the eyes.
It's a multipurpose shadow and can be used as a base, for shimmers, as a shadow, as a glitter eyeliner as well.
Gives a light, slightly cool feeling to the eyelids.

The packaging is very beautiful, especially the lid!!! Quite similar to Jill Stuart jelly eye shadows.
Enough content so it'll last long.
Decently priced-$3.30
Here is the swatch:

The bad points:
It creases badly without a proper base:(( That's the reason why I seldom use is as a shadow alone.
Does not apply properly and evenly on the lids. You'll need many layers of it to get the perfect shade.
Very difficult to remove...only a good makeup remover can remove it quickly otherwise it's a very difficult task using almond oil or cleanser.
It's very glittery so can only be used on special occasions. And if you dislike shimmery eye shadows this is not a product for you.
Overall I can say that my experience with this jelly shadow was neither a wonderful one nor a bad it was a mixed one which you can surely see if you go through the pros and cons of this product. But I did find this a lovely and interesting product and if you think you can manage to use this you surely should give it a try.
And now after these boring reviews I would like to show you an EOTD which I did using the cream and jelly eye shadows. Take a look:

Shades used:
Black cream eyeshadow all over the lids
PF09 jelly eyeshadow as a liner and on the brow bone in the form of dots
So guys hope you liked today's post :D Don't forget to tell me about it through your lovely comments!!!
Have a great week!!
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