Evil Shades is an indie company that I’ve watched evolve for the last couple of years. I am so proud to call Andrea my friend. She is such an asset to both the indie cosmetics world and the beauty blogging community. She has a fabulous nail blog and I am forever envious of her nails and her ability to paint so perfectly. I am not blessed with either trait…. If you don’t know Andrea, I suggest you follow her on Twitter and get to know her.
If you look at my older Evil Shades posts, you will notice that she has totally revamped the line with some adorable packaging. I absolutely adore the little Evil Shades girl!!! She has also made her website a lot easier to navigate.
This post is simply going to be pictures of the products she has gifted me. These were not in exchange for a review but of course I will review them in the future. I will also take swatch pictures. If you know my blogging style, you know that I pride myself on taking the best swatch pictures I can and I prefer lip swatches which can take a good chunk out of my day. Anyway enough babbling and on with the makeup porn….
The Spectrum Palette is a palette of 5 of the Evil Shades Spectrum Pots bases. Individual Spectrum Pots run $4.50 each so this palette is a great deal at $20. The Spectrum Pots are a slightly sticky base meant to intensify eyeshadows applied on top of them. It also gives glitters and the shadows themselves something to “grab onto”.
The Deviant Lipsticks are pretty amazing and I can’t wait to try out these newer shades. She now has samples available for $1.25 and they are in a clamshell which is perfect!! The full size is $4.25 and they are now in a revamped slimmer black tube.
I am super excited to try the Hardcore Lips because I haven’t tried any yet! They are described as an intensely pigmented gloss. They are opaque like a liquid lipstick with the shine of a gloss. A sample size is only $1.50 and the full size is $5.75.
There are now 3 sizes available for their eyeshadows. You can try a sample size eyeshadow for $1.25, a Full Size 5 gram jar (no sifter) for $5 or a 10 gram Pro Size jar (sifter) for $9. I can’t wait to swatch these!!! Some of these colors are not available for purchase yet.
I have also never tried any of their blushes. This is Pink Noise, a beautiful rosy pink. This color looks absolutely gorgeous and I love the 3 hole sifter jar it comes in! The blushes also come in 3 sizes; $1.50 for a sample size, $6.50 for a 10 gram Full Size jar & $12.50 for a 20 gram Pro Size jar.
Ok lovelies, that is it for now but I will back with swatches of everything soon!!!
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