Quick and easy cream eyeshadows have been my most worn eyeshadows of the moment. In an attempt to try something similar but different, I decided to try a couple of the Armani Eyes To Kill Silk Eye Shadows.
These shadows are not cream eyeshadows, but the packaging is the same. The best way that I can describe these is that they're a pressed pigment in a pot. They come with a little stopper that you keep in with them and keeps the product from crumbling. If you decide to get one, then make sure you don't throw it away!
|L-R: 7-8 indoor artificial light|
|Top-bottom: 8-7 direct sunlight|
|No. 8 on the lid and 7 in the crease and outer corner|
These are pressed pigments, so you get a lot of fallout when you use a brush to apply these eyeshadows. I prefer to just use my fingers to apply these. I don't get any fallout when I use my fingers, and I get a smoother application. The shadows applied just a little bit patchy when I used a brush.
Overall, I'm really liking Armani Eyes To Kill Silk Eye Shadows. I really love the whole pressed pigment idea! As much as I love cream eyeshadows right now, I get so disappointed when they dry out. These eyeshadows make it easy to achieve a high shine glam look without a lot of effort, but they manage to be very wearable at the same time. I like to think of them as being wearable but special.
Have you tried these? Are there any other colors that I should try? Let me know in the comments below! Thanks so much for stopping by!
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