Spring for beautiful eyes with Mally and tarte

Spring beauty with tarte rainforest of the sea and Mally Evercolor shadow stick extra

Spring beauty with tarte rainforest of the sea and Mally Evercolor shadow stick extra

In the beauty world there are several ways to change your looks for spring. We can lighten up our skincare and foundation, we can bring new springy shades of lipstick into our makeup wardrobe, and we can check out the newest eye products to create a softer yet brighter eye. For this week’s Makeup Wars, I’ve chosen eye makeup since that’s what I’ll always crave. Two brands are dominating my life right now – Mally Beauty and tarte. I’ve been totally enamored with the products I’m going to show you and finding it hard to move away from them.

Mally provided for consideration, tarte is a self purchase

Mally Evercolor Shadow Stick Extra

Mally Evercolor Shadow Stick Extra

Mally Beauty has created Evercolor Shadow Stick Extra and these are out of this world. Mally’s eyeliners have always been beauty lovers favorites and now they are better than ever. You can line with them, you can use them as an eyeshadow base shade, or you can use them as your eyeshadow. Whichever way you chose you won’t be disappointed.

Mally Evercolor Shadow Stick Extra in Marina, Over the Taupe, and Storm

Mally Evercolor Shadow Stick Extra in Marina, Storm, and Over the Taupe

I have 3 of the 10 shades and am planning a trip to Ulta to check out several other of the shades. The 10 shades are Shimmering Mauve, Royal Plum, Pink Champagne, Burnished Bronze, Champagne, Autumn Shimmer, Chocolate Diamond, Marina, Storm, and Over The Taupe.

Mally (from left) Storm, Marina, Over The Taupe

Mally (from left) Storm, Marina, Over The Taupe

These apply like a breeze. They dry fast but you have enough time to work with them before they are set for the entire day. My favorite way to use these is to start on my lid with a light touch and blend, then use the same shade in the crease and blend so there aren’t harsh lines. That gives me the ombre effect that I love.

Mally Beauty Evercolor Shadow Stick Extra in Over the Taupe

Mally Beauty Evercolor Shadow Stick Extra in Over the Taupe

I don’t want to say I pick favorites but there’s something that’s just over the top about one of these. It makes a beautiful liner and smudges nicely under my eyes as well as being a great all around shade as a base or alone. Check out Ulta and Ulta.com for these beauties. I’ll be there for Champagne and Pink Champagne myself.

tarte Rainforest of the Sea eyeshadow palette

tarte Rainforest of the Sea eyeshadow palette

tarte hasn’t drawn me in for a long time. I have a lot of tarte products in my collection and I use them fairly often so most of their newer offerings didn’t grab my attention. But their limited edition Rainforest of the Sea had me at hello.

tarte Rainforest of the Sea eyeshadow palette

tarte Rainforest of the Sea eyeshadow palette

Every time I’d see this palette in a blog post or ad I’d drool over it. This has been a perfect spring palette for me because I’m feeling better in a softer eye now that winter is almost gone for good. The colors in this palette are all subdued and slightly heathery. Mermaid (gold), Seashell (pink), Wave (slate), Abyss (dark brown), Reef (copper), Starfish (bronze), Cove (tan), Sand (ivory). They don’t apply as dark as they appear in the palette.

tarte Rainforest of the Sea

tarte Rainforest of the Sea

It was hard to get good clean swatches since the shades are subtle so these are several passes over primer.tarte rainforest of the sea swatch 5Seashell, the top pink, is the shade that holds this palette together for me. I love it on my lid with Sand (ivory) on my browbone. Any of the other shades are what I chose to complement the pink.

The texture of tarte Rainforest of the Sea is one of the nicest ones that tarte has done. The shades are metallic or matte, no glitter seen here. They are very creamy to the touch and apply with minimal fallout. Rainforest of the Sea is a Sephora exclusive that I’m happy is living with me. — Marcia

Makeup Wars links with other top bloggers so please visit to see what they are sharing. You won’t be disappointed. I always find new treasures.


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NYC Lovatics by Demi – you won’t believe how great these are (giveaway alert too)

NYC Lovatics by Demi

NYC Lovatics by Demi

The last time you saw me write about NYC Lovatics by Demi I was raving about the Natural palette that has been created in the Demi Lovato collection from NYC. My raves have continued since I use this palette all the time. It hits the right buttons for the looks that I love. Plus it’s a total dupe for the original Urban Decay Naked palette. It’s spot on. Whenever I see dupes I wonder about quality but there’s no wondering with this palette since the quality is there 100%.

NYC Lovatics by Demi

NYC Lovatics by Demi

NYC Lovatics by Demi

NYC Lovatics by Demi

There are no names on this palette but NYC numbered them and then gathered them into groups depending on the look you are interested in: Discreet Nude, Glamour Nude and Smokey Nude. The numbers are in the order of the palette seen above.

NYC Lovatics by Demi Natural palette

NYC Lovatics by Demi Natural palette

There’s a mix of finishes in the palette making it great for whatever look you want.

NYC Lovatics by Demi first 8 swatched

NYC Lovatics by Demi first 8 swatched

NYC Lovatics by Demi last 4 swatched

NYC Lovatics by Demi last 4 swatched

 

NYC Lovatics by Demi

NYC Lovatics by Demi shades 4, 6, 9

My favorite shades are always metallic and lightly shimmered like #4, 6, and 9. I like pigment and brightness in my shadows and Natural has that along with the everyday shades that you need like the matte shades. This is a total steal at $6.99 or $4.99 (Walmart) and I really hope that NYC brings out more palettes in this line.

NYC Lovatics by Demi Cheeky Pink Lip & Cheek Tint

NYC Lovatics by Demi Cheeky Pink Lip & Cheek Tint

In addition to the palette NYC came out with a few more fun items including four Lip & Cheek Tints that are only $3.99. These are liquid stains and they really do stain. If you are looking for a very natural lip tint that will not dry out your lips at all and yet will impart some color, these are for you. They come packaged like a nail polish and the brush is easy to use for  applying but you need to work fast with these.

NYC Lovatics by Demi Cheeky Pink Lip & Cheek Tint

NYC Lovatics by Demi Cheeky Pink Lip & Cheek Tint

I have Cheeky Pink and Cheeky Strawberry and there’s also Cheeky Red and Cheeky Berry. As much as I love cream blushes I’m really too old for these liquids as cheek shades so I personally use them on my lips. Cheeky Pink is bright and has a longer lasting stain to it than Cheeky Strawberry which is darker but subtler.

NYC Lovatics by Demi Cheeky Strawberry Lip & Cheek Tint

NYC Lovatics by Demi Cheeky Strawberry Lip & Cheek Tint

If you have a daughter who does something like dance competitions or cheerleading, these would be perfect. They give that fresh from the cold appearance but won’t disappear, especially Cheeky Pink. According to NYC these are kiss proof and smudge proof.  A great substitute for Benefit’s Lip and Cheek Tints!

I think Demi Lovato is a great spokeswoman for NYC. She’s on a career comeback, she’s bright and cheery, and she’s a fresh face beauty. With different packaging you could sell these for much more and no one would know the difference. — Marcia

GIVEAWAY INFORMATION: We have extras of all three products in this review so the BIZ Subscriber who wins this giveaway will receive the two Lip & Cheek Tints as well as the NYC Lovatics by Demi Natural palette. This is open to US and Canada through 3/11/16 at 11:59 p.m. EST. If the comments close early please email your comment to beautyinfozone@gmail.com and label it Demi Lovato or NYC; then you can click enter and continue on.

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*sent for editorial consideration

Covergirl trunaked eyeshadow palette, TRUly delightful

Covergirl Trunaked palette in Nudes with oh sugar! tinted lip balms

Covergirl Trunaked palette in Nudes with oh sugar! tinted lip balms

I’ve mentioned these Covergirl products before but I can’t help it – I’m mentioning them again. That’s because I don’t want you to miss out on them, especially the trunaked palettes that Covergirl has out now. I’m hoping that they are permanent since there are 3 and I “only” have one. As an eyeshadow lover I just can’t help but be attracted to all three of the palettes: Nudes, Roses, and Goldens. I was sent Nudes and I’ve been trying to track down the other two after experiencing the quality of this $12 palette.

Covergirl trunaked - nudes

Covergirl trunaked – nudes

If you are a neutral eyeshadow lover then you definitely will be interested in Covergirl trunaked Nudes palette . With 8 shades that are a mix of matte, satin, and shimmer the gamut is covered. There isn’t a look you can’t do with this palette; it works day and night; subtle and smokey. I think the texture of the shadows is great. They are soft and blend easily. There is some fallout so they aren’t perfect but using these with an eyeshadow primer they’ll last the day.

covergirl tru nudes palette open

1)  Buff  has a satin finish and is a slightly shiny brow or lid shade.

2)  Shell is a matte that barely shows up on me which is something I need in my collection. It’s great for blending and as a browbone shade.

3)  Champagne is a shimmery amber champagne shade that adds some life to your browbone or lid.

4)  Fawn is a great matte light brown. It truly feels like silk. It’s a great transition shade plus I’ve used it to tone down the darker shades.

5)  Mink is my favorite shade in the palette. It’s a golden taupe that I wear on my lid. This is the type of shade I could wear just about daily without tiring of it.

6)  Cocoa is another matte that’s just as it sounds. This isn’t too dark but it isn’t too light. It goes on so smoothly that it’s hard for me to believe it’s a matte.

7)  Coffee is another favorite. This has a light shimmer to it and is one of those dark browns that I’m drawn to time and again.

8)  Sable, another matte, is just short of being black. It’s like they took black and then added in some brown to soften it. While it looks intense in the palette, it’s really an easy to wear shade.

Covergirl Nudes -  Shell, Buff, Fawn, Champagne on top - Coffee, Mink, Sable, Cocoa on bottom

Covergirl Nudes – Shell, Buff, Fawn, Champagne on top – Coffee, Mink, Sable, Cocoa on bottom

Don’t ask me why but but my swatches are in the wrong order.  You can see the brown in Sable more in my swatch than on my eyes. Also Mink doesn’t have that copper tone, it’s really taupe once on.

To complement the shadows and have a soft but moist lip look, don’t forget about oh sugar! tinted lip balms.

Covergirl oh sugar! in Candy Bonbon and Taffy Tire

Covergirl oh sugar! in Candy Bonbon and Taffy Tire

These will give you a soft look that looks as good when you are naked as when you are clothed.

Have you had the pleasure of finding any of these Covergirl trunaked palettes yet?  — Marcia

*sent for editorial consideration, affiliate links

 

Splurge vs Steal with Urban Decay, Covergirl, NYC Lovatics, Makeup Revolution USA

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It’s time for a new Makeup Wars and I’m excited about this one. I can’t wait to read what the other bloggers have chosen as their SPLURGE vs STEAL items. For my edition I decided to stick with neutral palettes since they are so popular. Urban Decay Naked palettes started the craze with Too Faced Chocolate Bar and Chocolate Bon Bons following. At $54 and $49 respectively it’s hard to own all the ones you are interested in…. so here comes the steals.

I read this type of article often in magazines and the first thing that comes to my mind is the question of Quality. Yes, two items may look similar, but is the steal something you’d want to wear/use? I have made sure that my steals are ones that I can recommend without question.

URBAN DECAY is the brand that I believe has led the way into the neutral revolution. They have excellent marketing and know how to get the word out with some cutting edge products. Just look at how they’ve promoted the Gwen Steffani items! People are going nuts over them. Also their Naked palettes don’t go out of favor. When I was pulling this together I realized that I can’t find my Naked Basics and Naked 2. Just because they are older doesn’t make them any less relevant and now I’m thinking about purchasing them. I looked to see how to compare my ‘steals’ to my Urban Decay and Too Faced. I hope I’ve succeeded.

NYC Lovatics by Demi

NYC Lovatics by Demi

NYC Cosmetics has a new collection in collaboration with Demi Lovato. I received several items that I’ll be reviewing in full and I’m loving them. This $6.99 palette LOVATICS BY DEMI is incredible and a perfect match for the original URBAN DECAY NAKED PALETTE. $6.99. vs $54. Now that’s what I call a Splurge vs Steal. When you find this at Walmart, Target or wherever NYC is sold, grab it before it’s too late.

NYC Lovatics by Demi (Natural) on top of Urban Decay Naked (original)

NYC Lovatics by Demi (Natural) on top of Urban Decay Naked (original)

URBAN DECAY NAKED 3 vs ULTA ROSE GOLD PALETTE

These two are so close that I can blindly reach for either to achieve the same looks. This is a $54 vs $20 Splurge vs Steal except that Ulta’s palette is always on sale and you can use their coupons. This particular week all ULTA products are buy 2 get 2 free, last week this palette was $12.

Urban Decay Naked3 vs Ulta Rose Gold

Urban Decay Naked3 vs Ulta Rose Gold

MAKEUP REVOLUTION USA AFFIRMATION vs URBAN DECAY SMOKY and TOO FACED CHOCOLATE BONBONS

There are 32 eyeshadows in MAKEUP REVOLUTION’S AFFIRMATION PALETTE. This Ulta exclusive is $15 with BOGO 1/2 currently going on. It’s also available with the $3.50 coupon that Ulta advertises. I had to seek out two palettes to match up with the AFFIRMATION palette because it has so many versatile shades.

Makeup Revolution Affirmation palette

Makeup Revolution Affirmation palette

Urban Decay Naked Smoky contains these shades: champagne shimmer micro-glitter, medium bronze, metallic taupe iridescent micr-glitter, metallic silver taupe tonal sparkle, light metallic gray, medium charcoal micro glitter, jet black satin, deep plum taupe, cool taupe matte, rich brown matte, soft pink taupe and light beige satin. Look at the above picture – recognize those shades?

Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons contains these shades: matte mauve, cool greige, matte suede, matte plum brown, gilded rose, electric fuchsia pearl, cherry cola shimmer, satin nude, smokey sapphire, deep metallic amethyst, gilded cocoa, metallic taupe, metallic cocoa bronze, and matte warm cream. You can find duplicates of all these shades in the Makeup Revolution Affirmation palette too.

top Urban Decay Smoky, left Makeup Revolution Affirmation, right Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons

top Urban Decay Smoky, left Makeup Revolution Affirmation USA, right Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons

While I love my Urban Decay palettes I shudder thinking about how much money they’ve cost me. Makeup Revolution USA Affirmation isn’t as pigmented as UD and TF but I end up with the same colors and looks. I’m the only one that knows that the Affirmation palette costs a fraction of the other too.

COVERGIRL TRUNAKED NUDES

Covergirl trunaked Nudes

Covergirl trunaked Nudes

Last is the Covergirl trunaked Nudes palette which is a beautiful rendition of a nude palette. The colors are exactly what you need to create daily looks as well as smoky eyes. The palette sells for approximately $12.99 but you can find sales on it. Currently at Ulta it’s $11.98 with a BOGO 1/2 on Covergirl products. I have been blown away by the color and quality of this palette.

I think these steals are pretty fabulous and the true definition of Splurge vs Steal without compromising quality. What’s your favorite steal?  –  Marcia

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*NYC, Covergirl, Makeup Revolution received for editorial consideration, others are self purchased

Milani Everyday Eyes is more than an everyday palette

Milani Everyday Eyes Eyeshadow Collection (01 Must Have Naturals)

Milani Everyday Eyes Eyeshadow Collection (01 Must Have Naturals)

I have to tell you that finding this Milani Everyday Eyeshadow Collection palette was a total shock. I have 3 CVS stores in my stomping grounds and they never have anything new from Milani. It can be months before I see something and forget it if it’s limited edition. I was so surprised to find it that I furtively put one in my cart and ran to the cash register. I didn’t even think about taking a picture of the small display so you know I was excited.

The shadow collection does not disappoint. Of course I have dozens of neutral palettes so Must Have Naturals is nothing original for me and most likely for you. But for about $10 to have such beautiful shades that are easy to apply and blend is a pleasure.

Milani Everyday Eyes Eyeshadow Collection (01 Must Have Naturals)

Milani Everyday Eyes Eyeshadow Collection (01 Must Have Naturals)

There are 6 palettes in the collection although the Milani special display for this just had 4 (Must Have Naturals, Earthy Elements, Smokey Essentials, and Bare Necessities). I chose Must Have Naturals because I love the taupe shadow in this and only found out when doing research that it’s called Cool Neutrals – it was meant to be.

I do have to warn you that these sell for $9.99 on Milani.com but for $10.49 at CVS (and $9.99 online). But this particular week there’s a $4 Extra Bucks Reward if you spend $10 on Milani so I came out $3.50 ahead.

Must Have Naturals by Milani

Must Have Naturals by Milani

The back of the palette gives you  directions on how to use each color but you know it’s up to you.

Step 1: HIGHLIGHT –  Sweep BASE color across lid from lash line to brow bone
Step 2: CONTOUR  –  Apply CONTOUR shade under the brow bone, blending from inner to outer corner
Step 3: COLOR  – Tap LID color onto center of lid, blending well
Step 4: DEPTH  – Apply CREASE color to outer corner blending through crease

The Base shade is a cool cream shade that I use on my browbone. I feel it changes the other shades if I use it over my entire eye.

The Contour shade matches my skintone just about exactly. Their description shows this shade on the inner eye crease. I haven’t used this shade yet because that’s not the way I do my eyes.

The Lid shade is my favorite shade in the palette. It’s a beautiful golden taupe with just the right amount of satin but no glitter to be seen.

The Crease shade is a dark chocolate brown that you can build up in intensity if you want.

Must Have Naturals by Milani

Must Have Naturals by Milani

Step 5: BRIGHTEN  – Tap SPECIALTY shade lightly on inner corner of eye
Step 6: DEFINE  –  Apply LINER color close to upper and lower lash lines

The Specialty shade is much pinker than it appears in my picture but it’s a soft baby pink that works well for highlighting and the inner corner of your eye. This has a small amount of shimmer to it but it doesn’t show up very shimmery.

The Liner is a matte black that is obviously meant to be used as a liner but you can use this without a problem as an eyeshadow, especially if you want to use this for a smokey eye.

The palette comes with a two sided brush that is usable but not special.

Milani Everyday Eyes palette

Milani Everyday Eyes palette

If you are a fan of the Bella Eyes Gel shadows I think you’ll like this (and the others) a lot. The texture is more powdery but still soft and easy to apply. The colors have good pigmentation and don’t fade away when used with an eyeshadow primer like Milani’s.

For $10 this was a happy discovery for me. Enough for me to see if they have any left! What do you think of this palette? Have you seen these yet?  — Marcia

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It’s my birthday and I’ll SMIZE if I want to

It isn’t often that someone can add a word to our lexicon. It’s even less often that the word is associated with one person and one person only. Others may try to make a word their own (kontouring, twerking, on fleek) but only Tyra Banks owns the word SMIZE. Even better is that she’s created a special eye shadow palette through her company, Tyra Beauty, named Smoky Smize Palette. Actually there is one thing better than all of this, that I was sent one to test and fall in love with.

Smoky Smize from Tyra Beauty

Smoky Smize from Tyra Beauty

The SMOKY SMIZE EYESHADOW PALETTE is unique just like its creator. It contains 4 shades that you need to create the perfect smoky eye and a brush that is one you’ll fall for.

Smoky Smize from Tyra Beauty

Smoky Smize from Tyra Beauty

This palette even teaches you what to use where! The Highlight shade is named Light ‘Em Up, the two All Over shades are Blaze and Exhale, and the Drama shade is Smolder. Your eyes will definitely light things up and smolder with this great palette.

Smize shades: Light  Em Up, Blaze, Exhale, Smolder

Smize shades: Light
Em Up, Blaze, Exhale, Smolder

Light ‘Em Up is a true highlighter shade. I’ve tried wearing it all over but it’s a little too bright for that yet it’s perfect on my browbone. It’s a luminous cream shade.

Blaze has a slight khaki tint which moves it out of the realm of the typical neutral palette.

Exhale is a great brown taupe that I love to wear in the crease with other shadows too.

Smolder is black but it’s not super black, it’s more of a smoky browned black so it’s not as harsh as a typical dark shade.

Smoky Smize swatches

Smoky Smize swatches

The important thing to know is that none of these are shimmers or glitters so they are perfect for someone who wants a (birthday) look that is in style yet age appropriate. Light ‘Em Up is more luminous than the others but there’s not a drop of glitter. The shadows apply beautifully and, with an eyeshadow primer, last and last. I’ve worn this both day and night and have loved the looks I’ve been able to create.

Tyra Beauty See Your Smize brush

Tyra Beauty See Your Smize brush

The brush that comes in the palette, See Your Smize, is as creative as Tyra is. It’s bent about 2/3rds up to help you generate an easy look with the colors. At first I thought I’d have trouble with the brush even though the bristles on it are firm yet soft. But as a leftie I was worried that the bend wasn’t great for me. Wrong! I just needed to play with it a little before I became a champ at using this. I’m very impressed with the brush, both the quality and usability. It’s not often that a brush in a palette is so great. While you can use a different brush with this, why would you? This one is an added bonus.

Tyra Banks Smize Smoky palette

Tyra Banks Smize Smoky palette

I’m not done with bonuses because Tyra isn’t done with them either. A a portion of the proceeds from each Smoky Smize Palette will go towards the truth® campaign partnership to inspire tobacco-free lives – “Smoke your eyes, not cigarettes”.

Smoky Smize will be my birthday eye look and I couldn’t be happier. As Tyra says on the package “Notice: This smoky eyeshadow palette is habit forming.” What a great habit.  — Marcia

Smize eyes

Smize eyes

*sent for editorial consideration. The palette alone is $39 normally but right now there’s a special going on for $38.35 that will get you not only the palette but the highlighter crayon as well. Now that’s a deal!! Get over to Tyra Beauty now.

Happy birthday to me!!!

Pur Eye Polish will bring shine to your eyes on New Year’s Eve and ever after

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PÜR Cosmetics

PUR Cosmetics has everything you need to make your special evenings out more beautiful. One of my new favorites (sent for review) is their EYE POLISH. This double duty product is just what the doctor ordered for a night out.

Pur Cosmetics Eye Polish in Champagne and Satin

Pur Cosmetics Eye Polish in Champagne and Satin

Pur Cosmetics Eye Polish comes in 6 beautiful shades that can be used as a crease proof eyeshadow primer or alone as an iridescent lightweight cream eyeshadow. I have two shades, Cashmere and Satin, and love the unusual texture of them.

Pur Cosmetics Cashmere Eye Polish packaging

Pur Cosmetics Cashmere Eye Polish packaging

Let’s start with the packaging –  this is a midsize short jar with the top of the jars being colors that match the color within. Open it and you’ll find a mesh covering for the liquid eyeshadow polish. Shake and press down with your finger or a brush to pick up the color. You’ll feel a coolness to the shadow at first. These dry down quickly but not instantly. There’s enough time for you to pat it on your lid in the intensity you want before it dries down totally. They come with a small silicone applicator (which I didn’t receive) that helps pick up the shadows easily and makes application easy.

 

Pur Cosmetics Eye Polish shades from My Beauty Bunny

Pur Cosmetics Eye Polish shades from My Beauty Bunny

The 6 shades are

  • Satin – Sheer Crystal Pink
  • Suede – Earthy Seductive Neutral
  • Cashmere – Shimmery Champagne
  • Silk – Prism Copper
  • Velvet – Plush Amethyst
  • Caviar – Lavish Black with Gold Karat Flecks
Pur Minerals Satin and Champagne

Pur Minerals Satin and Champagne

Pur Minerals Satin and Champagne

Pur Minerals Satin and Champagne

Satin is the brighter of the two I have and the more iridescent. Satin has a pink cast to it but I wouldn’t call it a true pink. It’s light enough and bright enough to create shine that stands out. I like using it with Pur’s Secret Crush Palette (reviewed here) with the cooler shades. Champagne is more golden and not quite as shiny. It’s just gorgeous with neutrals and browns/bronzes. Both appear shimmery yet they stay in place. You won’t get glitter on your face with these.

Pur Cosmetics Eye Polish in Champagne with Pur Secret Crush palette

Pur Cosmetics Eye Polish in Champagne with Pur Secret Crush palette

These are incredible products and I can’t wait to pick up Caviar to see how the darker shades look. I know they wear beautifully. No extra primer is needed since Eye Polish has it all. — Marcia

 

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Please see My Beauty Bunny for swatches of all 6 of these beauties

Ingredients: Satin: Aqua, Mica, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Polysilicone-11, Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol, Polymethylsilsesquiozane, Bis-PEG-8 Dimethicone, Carbomer, Ethylhexylglycerin, Aminomethyl Propanol, 1,2-Hexandiol, Caprylyl Glycol, Laureth-12, Tin Oxide May Contain: Bismuth Oxychloride (CI 77163), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499)