Glamour Doll Eyes Swatches
I received another awesome sponsored package from Glamour Doll Eyes and I am pretty excited to share them with you. I tried to pick out some more wearable colors this time but I couldn’t resist getting a bright, matte cobalt blue. A couple glitters are pictured here but I plan on doing a separate post on the Eye Lights along with some exciting news!
They also included Foil Me which is a primer/sealer type product. I used it in my last two FOTD’s to turn a GDE shadow into a liquid liner. It lasted beautifully all day. I haven’t gotten a chance to use it as a glitter adhesive or a primer yet but I will definitely keep you posted. The dropper bottle is just perfect!! I love how sanitary it is and the fact that I can’t contaminate the entire bottle with a particular color of eyeshadow.
Undercover - “Undercover is taupish brown.”
I’ve been on a neutral kick lately and this is a beautiful, wearable taupe. It’s not overly shimmerly but has the prettiest microshimmers in it. I’m pretty positive everyone could use this in their collection. I used it in my last FOTD and have used it just in my everyday looks quite a bit.
Pistol Pistol – “Pistol Pistol is a blackened silver (almost gunmetal) with multi colored shimmer, but mainly red shimmer!”
Pistol Pistol is one of those colors that’s just impossible to capture on camera. It’s a very complex dark gunmetal base that almost leans lavender in certain angles. There is a ton of gorgeous shimmer in it in multiple colors which adds to it’s complexity.
Dirty Jeans – “Dirty Jeans* is teal green and rubs into green-blue with golden hues.”
This is another hard to capture color. The color is on the lighter side but a very pretty light sea foam green with blue almost lavender tones to it. The golden hues are pretty apparent in the shadow as well and the shimmer is divine. It’s not obnoxious and works beautifully with the base. The finish is slightly pearlescent.
Mingles - “Mingles* is flat, matte, blue pigment.”
I tried to get colors that were out of the norm for me this time but I couldn’t ignore Mingles. A matte, electric cobalt is right up my alley. I actually find the shadow more vibrant than pictured on the site. There is some definite purple tones to this shadow and photographing purples/blues is always a little difficult. I find the natural light pictures more accurate even when I photographed my FOTD using Mingles. It’s a beautiful color but keep in mind that it is a matte and mattes just require more patience when blending. It swatched very easily though so I’m not to concerned with chalkiness.
Here are some natural light and flash swatches.
Hope you guys liked these eyeshadows!!!
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