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Loosen Up! New Loose Powder Eye Shadows, Part II

Welcome to Part II of Loosen Up! New Loose Powder Eye Shadows. These shadows are perfect for Spring. They are high in pigment so a little goes a long way and they come in playful, bright colors to add some pizazz to your usual eye routine. I can't wait to hear your reviews!

ColoreScience Genie Sparkle/Matte Colore , $17.50, is a color you can use as a shadow, liner or highlighter. You can put it in your hair, your brows, on your cheeks or on your lips; just use your discretion based on the color.

The shadows (as well as all ColoreScience products) are: talc, oil, alcohol, dye, binder, filler and preservative free! They have SPF protection in them too and are great for sensitive skin. What I really love about them is that they are super sheer so that they really just enhance your essence as opposed to making you look overdone.

Use Genie Colore wet as a liquid liner or dry for a powder shadow or a brow accent. Just tap the color into a tissue or the back of your hand and apply!

To see two more loose powder eye shadows,

All Over Shimmer Eyes by Stila, $14, is a super soft, sparkly metallic shadow. It is made from an ultra light, pearlized formula that glides on easily and stays on for the long haul. They come packaged in a small shaker top jar and are available in four colors.

Loose Powder Eye Shadow by Bourjois, $16, is a professional quality powder shadow that results in an intense and glamorous look. The shadows come packaged in a cute little pot accompanied by their very own brush. The pot is designed to dispense just the right amount of color for each application. Available in 13 colors.

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XDeexDeeX XDeexDeeX 10 years
I wish they were less expensive...but you can always find almost the same thing is less expensive. They're always expensive just because they're a good brand..
jennifer76 jennifer76 10 years
I love all this loose powder shadow talk! I don't know about the Bourjois! How does it know what "just the right amount" is!? What if you just want it as an accent color? Or what if you want to cover your entire lid? That's the same reason I don't usually like pump dispensers. Everybody has a different "just the right amount" for every different job! Besides, I'm not a fan of eyeshadow brushes that live in the pot. When you need to wash it, what do you do with the open pot until the brush dries!?!? The Genie Colore sounds intriguing! But, I hate having to dispense the powder. I really prefer a nice open pot like the Stila. But, I suppose if you're using it for eyeliner or something else, you'll need to dispense it anyhow. And it wouldn't be easy to do that from a big pot. The Stila sounds great!!
DarlingDA DarlingDA 10 years
The third one looks really great, especially since it lets out a set amount. The first one that you have to pour onto your hand or a tissue look cute, but it seems you might waste a lot if you accidentally pour out too much.
SaRaH-22 SaRaH-22 10 years
i really like the packaging of the last one!
oryx oryx 10 years
whats is it made out of? the red sea pedestrine
atoxicsparkle atoxicsparkle 10 years
I *almost* bought a Stila loose powder shadow the other day...will probably be on my wishlist for my next order :P
brokenbracelet brokenbracelet 10 years
These are adorable, but why so expensive! Sometimes, what you think is a pretty color, doesn't look good on you like you thought, then you waste 17 bucks! lol
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