Colorbar Eye shadow -Spearmint Review, Swatches, EOTD
Today I will be review another wonderful shade from Colorbar Eye Shadow range. You can check my detailed review on Colorbar Eye shadows Spicy Brown.
Product Claims:- The Eye Shadow is a pigmented powder that gives the eyes a shine and pearl-like effect. Ultra fine in texture, it is easy to blend while its moisturizing agent keeps your eyelids soft and smooth. This product is long lasting and fade resistant.
Price:- Rs.300 for 3gm
Shelf Life:- 3 years from the Mfg date.
Available in 16 gorgeous shades:
My experience with Colorbar Eye shadow -Spearmint:-
Spearmint is a soft minty green shade with ultra smooth silver shimmers. The shimmers give a beautiful pearly(almost frosty) finish to the eye shadow. The pan also has some larger specks of golden shimmers but they are hardly visible on the eyes.It is a lovely muted green shade which isn’t easily found across brands.
The texture of the eye shadow is satiny soft which blends like a dream over the lids. The formula of the eye shadow isn’t chalky or powdery which increases the lasting power of the eye shadow.
Though it is a light shade but it is incredibly pigmented. It shows its true color even with the light touch of finger over the pan. The color payoff is really outstanding but it has a tendency to crease over the lids so you need to use it over a good eye shadow base to retain it color and beauty. It stays long with barely any fallout but it does fade slightly.
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Pros of Colorbar Eye shadow -Spearmint:-
- Very pretty and unique minty green shade
- Soft and easily blendable texture
- Amazingly pigmented
- Barely fallout
- Pocket friendly price
- Cute packaging
Cons of Colorbar Eye shadow -Spearmint:-
- Creases and fades without any base.
- Doesn’t stays long even with a base
- The sponge applicator provided with the case barely pick up the color which makes it completely useless.
Recommendation:- Colorbar Eye shadow -Spearmint is a stunning minty green shade with fine silver shimmers which aren’t glittery but gives a brilliant sheen to the shade. The eye shadow looks damn beautiful with its lovely pearly finish.The only buit major drawback of this eye shadow is that it creases horribly within hour of wear without a base. Even with a base it starts creasing by 2-3 hours of application but that could be the case only with this particular shade. Otherwise, I love the texture, pigmentation and staying power of Colorbar eye shadows which is remarkable in case of Spicy Brown. I would be hoarding more shades soon.
Have you tried Colorbar Eye shadow -Spearmint? Which is your favorite Green eye shadow?