Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Milan Rowe Diamond Dust in All Eyes On Me and Paradise Review and Swatches

Prepare yourself! The next few posts will be focusing on a great brand that i feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to review! This post will focus on Milan Rowe Diamond Dust.

Milan Rowe Diamond Dust in All Eyes On Me and Paradise

Wrapped in Milan Rowe paper, in a classy black box, these beautiful eyeshadow's arrived in style. Each pot contains 2.35g of light weight, super shimmer, mineral eye shadow.

Milan Rowe Diamond Dust Paradise and All Eyes On Me

These shadows are very soft and are a very fine mineral powder. They are easy to blend but since they are loose powder but if you are using a brush (i suggest this over a sponge applicator) make sure to gently tap your brush to avoid fall out on your cheeks. These products can be used wet or dry. By adding a little water to your brush before applying you can paint these shadows on. All Eyes On Me becomes a shimmery bright goldish color while Paradise becomes a light shimmery green. When applied dry use primer for an even brighter pop of color. These shadows are shimmery but opaque. They do not feel heavy, do not clump, and are not dry or chalky on the lid. These shades can be built up by tapping them over each other. Cruelty free, not tested on animals.

Milan Rowe Diamond Dust All Eyes On Me and Paradise over primer without flash
Milan Rowe Diamond Dust All Eyes On Me and Paradise over primer with flash

Using both All Eyes On Me and Paradise Diamond Dust by Milan Rowe i was able to created the following blended eye look. I used a primer base (try urban decay), and patted on All Eyes On Me to my lid up to my crease. I swept Paradise over my crease and blended up to my brow. I then blended with All Eyes On Me with a sweeping back and forth motion at the crease. I then applied extra Paradise to my outer V. Add liner and mascara and done! The smooth and soft texture made blending effortless and this stayed on for more then 6 hours!

 If this isn't your kind of look you can always use these bright colors as part of a more neutral look, or soften them by blending with a nude, or beige, or darken with a little bit of tan color shadow.

Over all i would recommend this mineral shadow to anyone who is looking for high quality, bright, smooth, and easily blended shadow. If you want to try bold and bright colors, Milan Rowe is a great place to turn to. You won't be disappointed. To see the whole range of shades and products please check out Milan Rowe Cosmetics. 

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