Today I have a review of one of my favourite single eyeshadows for you but, before I get into it, I need to apologise for being a little bit lapse with my posts. Far out, I haven't uploaded since Thursday. I don't have a real excuse for the mini break, either, except that life got in the way.
A while ago I was sent a couple of Red Earth products, including the Illusion Lights Beauty Pro Eyeshadow in #38 Cleopatra*. This, apart from their Secret Potion Illuminating Skin Fluid*, was my favourite product from the bunch and it's definitely become one of my favourite eyeshadows!
"Illuminate your eyes with inspirational, high impact colour. Highly pigmented shades are infused with precious light-reflecting minerals for an awakening effect. Incredibly versatile, the silky-smooth formula can be applied dry for a sheer highlight or wet for bold, super rich colour"
The Illusion Lights Beauty Pro Eyeshadow in #38 Cleopatra* is a super rich colour. I find the colour reminds me a lot of Urban Decay's Smog Eyeshadow, a deep copper brown, but darker. As you can see from the images above, it's an eyeshadow with a great amount of gold shimmer to it, making it the perfect outer v colour for any warm/gold eye looks!
I'm so impressed with the texture of this eyeshadow. It's so smooth and one touch of the Red Earth Illusion Light Beauty Pro Eyeshadow in Cleopatra* gives incredible colour payoff. Not only is it super pigmented but it also blends nicely, an eyeshadow lovers dream!
I really love this eyeshadow and I definitely want to pick up more individual eyeshadows from the Red Earth Light Beauty Pro Eyeshadow range. Starlight and Forever and Ever, you're next. At only $12.00, you can afford to grab all the colours!
There's so many lovely products I want to pick up from Red Earth so I think it's time for a haul - What do you think? Have you tried anything from Red Earth recently?
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*This product was sent me for review, however all opinions are my own. I was not paid for this review.
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