Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Glamorous Pigment Powders For Bold Dramatic Eyes

One of my all-time favorite eye makeup product is the Moodstruck Minerals Pigment Powder, which is perfect for creating a glamorous and dramatic look for your eyes. This eye shadow comes in nifty little jars that are travel size I can carry a large number of them around with me for on the go make up.

The best part of owning these eye shadows are the versatility of the shades. I like to blend together Dignified, which is subtle forest green color, with a hint of silver in it and Crushed, which is a deeper shade of green to create a bold yet toned down look, perfect for a professional meeting or a casual evening out. Applying a bit of Crushed or Risque near the lash line or at the corner gives an interesting smoky effect.

In contrast, I use the Gorgeous shade for dinner parties and more festive gatherings. This is a vibrant orange gold color with tons of shimmer in it. I like to use is separately, without mixing any other color because it is bold enough on its own.

On the whole, the Moodstruck Minerals Pigment Powder shades glide on easily and fill in any creases immediately. They are super saturated with pigment, though, so you don’t have to use a substantial quantity every time so achieve a solid layered look. The best part about these pigment powders are that hundred percent natural and chemical-free with a mineral base. They are also free of talc, oils, preservatives, perfumes, synthetic dyes, and parabens, so you don’t have to worry about your sensitive skin reacting adversely to them.

To achieve the best possible application of eye shadow, use a Younique Crease Brush. It is specially designed to create precise and deliberate application of color. Sweeping back and forth in the upper crease or around the eyes with just the tip of the crease brush will result in a precise color. The fact that is has inner high-quality copper ferrule is the cherry on top. This means it won't rust when you use it wet or dry, and it will last you a lifetime.

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