Thursday, 28 February 2013

Best Eyeshadows


Following are the list of the best eyeshadows available around. You can select one of your choice and get it from any nearest department stores or even grocery stores:- 

Best Luxurious Eye Shadow: Christian Dior 5-Colour Palettes

Dior's bold shadows are rich, silky & made with such intense pigments, they seem to last forever. You'll love how they go on like velvet. Wear each shade alone, or combine 2, 3, or all 5 shades.

Best Single Pressed Shadows: Urban Decay


These individual shadows run about $18 each and come in 68 decadent shades. They go on silky and smooth, tend not to clump and you will love the shimmery jeweled tones.

Best Palette: Urban Decay Naked 2 Eyeshadow Palette

Urban Decay's "Naked" and "Naked 2" palettes have risen to the top of the "Best of" lists. Urban Decay is a beloved brand. This palette contains 12 full-sized eyeshadows in both matte and shimmery finishes, but what's brilliant about these shades are they flatter every eye color. They tend to be on the warmer side, so they don't flatter "cool" skin tones as well. Some of the shadows go on very sheer, rather than the dense pigmented color, but at about $50 for 12 shadows, you can't beat the value. Paired with Urban Decay's primer, these shadows will stay on all day.

Best Bang for Your Buck: e.l.f. Studio 141 Piece Master Makeup Collection


One of e.l.f.'s bestsellers, this 141-piece collection includes a whopping 84 eyeshadow shades, 36 lip gloss shades, 6 blush shades and much more for less than $50. For those who want a smaller collection, $10 eyeshadow collection has plenty of colors.

Best Organic, Natural Eyeshadow: Alima Pure


There are may great organic, natural eyeshadows on the market today, but a good go-to bet is Alima Pure. They're not too expensive, they're highly pigmented and you can apply them wet or dry.

Best Drugstore Smoky Eye: L'Oréal Metallic Shadow Duo, Platinum


This is the best drugstore eyeshadow for a smoky eye. Apply with a special eyeshadow brush and smudge with your finger on the lid and below the bottom lid. 

Best Pricey Smokey Eye: Cargo Smoky Eyeliner Duo in Budapest


For girls with dark hair & eyes, this dark color is exquisite. This is the most popular brand in the Persian Gulf city of Dubai, where smoky eyes are super hot.

Best Grocery Store Shadow: Revlon Colorstay Eyeshadow

Revlon palettes are rich, glide on smoothly and have a staying power you won't see in other basic grocery store and drugstore brands.

Best Everyday Eyeshadow: Lancome's Color Focus Eye Quads


Considered 'must-have' makeup by Harper's Bazaar, Lancome's Color Focus palettes come in a perfect palette of shades, from muted to bright, matte to pearl.

Best Cream Shadow: MAC 'Paints'


The secret to shadow that stays on all-night long: Cream shadows. We wear this under our shimmery powder shadows & the shadow never cakes in the creases.

Best Vibrant Shadows: Lancome Color Design


Strong eyes are in with the emphasis on jeweled colors: blues, purples and greens. The secret to their deep hues lies in the intense pigments. You'll find these shadows are super-silky and glide and blend easily. We love Lancome's new line of 43 shades in 5 finishes. Go for the pigment-packed 'Intense' shades and keep your color below your crease. 

Best Shimmer Shadows: Clinique Color Surge Eyeshadow Super Shimmer


Glittery shadows have been all the rage since winter & show no signs of going away. We like this Clinique shadow, but almost every beauty brand has shimmery shadows. Whether you go for creams or powder, you'll love the incandescent glows these cast.

Best Pink Shadow: Clarins Soft Cream Eye Colour in Sugar Pink


Pink shades are hot for spring & summer 2006 & compliment every skin shade. Our favorite is Clarins Soft Cream Eye Colour in Sugar Pink.

Best to Awaken Eyes: M.A.C. Eye Shadow in Shroom


This taupe eyeshadow actually makes eyes pop, which is great on mornings. You can use it as a cheek highlighter as well. This blush is an Allure Magazine 2010 Readers' Choice Award winner.
























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