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March 19, 2013

My Make Up Collection: Loose Eyeshadows & Pigments

A while ago I started a new series here on Born to Buy, My Make Up Collection. I decided that I'd share a part of my make up collection with you each week until, well, you've seen it all. This series is not about reviewing products because that would take forever but, if I've reviewed a product, I'll be sure to link it! 

I'm sure this goes without saying but please don't take this series of posts as bragging. That is not my intention at all. 

I need to take a moment to apologise for the quality of these photos! It's definitely not the best. Today was a ridiculously hot day and, as I'm sure you can tell, I've started taking my photos outside. What am I thinking? The first set of photos has been taken from another post so yes, you might recognise them.
Essence Color Arts Pigment in #02 Smell the Caramel | Essence Color Arts Pigment in #03 Box of Chocolate | Essence Color Arts Pigment in #04 Broadway Starlet | Essence Color Arts Pigment in #06 WOW it's Orange | Essence Color Arts Pigment in #09 My Brightsmaid | Essence Color Arts Pigment in #10 Fairy Dust
Essence Color Arts Pigment in #12 Miss Piggy's Lollipop | Essence Color Arts Pigment in #14 Strawberry Smoothie | Essence Color Arts Pigment in #18 Little Mermaid | Essence Color Arts Pigment in #19 Kiss the Frog | Essence Color Arts Pigment in #20 Black Sparrow

These pigments are absolutely fantastic. They all came out in the same Trend Edition, Color Arts, and are probably my most used loose dusts/pigments. Whilst some are bright and vibrant, others are quite neutral and great for everyday. 

Napoleon Perdis Loose Dust in #36 Champagne | Napoleon Perdis Loose Dust in #26 Lilac Mist | Napoleon Perdis Loose Dust in #19 Leaf | Napoleon Perdis Loose Dust in #3 Turquoise | Napoleon Perdis Loose Dust in Ice Storm | Napoleon Perdis Loose Dust in #35 Screaming Purple, | Napoleon Perdis Loose Dust in #20 Antique Rose | Napoleon Perdis Loose Dust in #17 Silver Grey 

These loose dusts are also absolutely beautiful. They are incredibly pigmented and work so well in a look, either alone or together. For a review, click here
 MAC Wonder Woman Marine Ultra Pigment | MAC Moonlight Night Pigment | bareMinerals Eyecolor in Velvet Charcoal | Spectrum Cosmetics Mineral Eye Shadow in Smoky Quartz | Rockabetty Cosmetics Mineral Eyeshadows in Changeling, Cupcake Not a Muffin, Requiem and Vampire Boyfriend 

This is a selection of other loose dusts and pigments that can be found in my make up collection. I haven't yet used either of the MAC pigments that were gifted to me, but I look forward to having the opportunity to create looks with them. I also own a pigment from the Essence The Twilight Saga - Part 2 Trend Edition, Piece of Forever. Somehow I forgot to include this in the photo but a swatch can be found here.

I've only reviewed a couple of products featured above but, as I said, I've added links to those I had. If you would like to see a review of a product, please comment below. I'd be happy to add it to my list of products to review! 

Have you tried any of these Loose Eyeshadows and Pigments? What did you think of them? I don't need anymore cream bases/shadows but is there any you'd recommend? 

* - Indicates products that were provided for review or as a PR sample. These products have remained in my collection, meaning that I have not yet posted about them, I genuinely like them or both. 
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