Hello, eyeshadow freaks!
Winter is almost gone but who said eye makeup too? Eyeshadows and kohls are a girl’s best friend no matter what time of the year it is! And as wedding season is full- on swing, you simply can’t miss out these babies from your makeup vanity. We all have a variety of eye shadows in our kitty – some even too big to stock. But, when we find an eye shadow palette that has all the required colours suitable for Indian skin tone and too in a small compact form, we are all game for it, right? This exactly what happened to me when I saw this Blue Heaven Eyeshadow palette in the shade 602. It has all pretty colours which I feel is pretty good at the price. Read to know more about this baby!
What the brand claims:
Blue Heaven Eyeshadow 602 gives your eyes an extra smooth, adhering defined finish. The radiant colour and shimmer, shape and highlight your eyes and make you look very glamorous. High intensity, creamy formula, specially blended colours with specialised glitters, for velvety feel packed with a specially designed applicator.
How to apply the eye shadow:
You can simply pat the eyeshadow colour, which ever you like on your eyelids and even make a combination of different colours to get the desired effect.
Best before 3 years
Blue Heaven Eyeshadows come in a black cardboard packaging that has a small round hole in front through which you can know which shades are there. Even if you possess more than one palette, it is not a problem to determine the shade. All the information is written at the back including the key ingredients. The palette comes in a black case which also has a transparent top to see the colours without opening the palette itself. The quality is nice and sturdy and you can even travel with this palette. Overall, I find the packaging really up to the mark considering the price point.
What I feel about Blue Heaven eyeshadow:
This eye shadow from Blue Heaven has 4 colours in it – Mauve, copper with golden tint, golden yellow and indigo blue. All the eyeshadows are fairly pigmented which is build able. It comes in quite affordable price and if we consider the packaging for the price is not bad either. The colours are powdery in texture and surely needs a primer beneath it to pop and get blended easily. One thing can bother to some people is it’s powdery fragrance which is quite strong for my liking. All the colours are made for Indian skin tone and so looks good on all skin types.
There is a fallout problem in the golden and copper shades which really turns me off. The eyeshadows are smooth though which is a pro for me. There is no inbuilt mirror in them which makes it quite a pain to apply when you are travelling. The staying power is 3-4 hours without primer but with primer, it stays on for quite a long time.
One thing that I found really weird about these babies is that after a few days there is a light coating which gets on the eye shadows and which needs to be scrapped off. I really don’t know what it is but it really looks unappealing to me. Overall, I feel these eyeshadows are a good buy if you are looking for budget-friendly pieces that can be worn on a regular basis then this baby is definitely a hit!
I will recommend this eye shadow to every girl who is looking for a budget-friendly eye shadow palette with decent pigmentation. It is a good buy if you are a college going girl who does makeup on an everyday basis.