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Product Review: Sukicolor

Sukicolor is a newish line of mineral makeup. I know, you're thinking, "But what makes this one different from all the other mineral makeup lines?" Good question, and here's the answer: It's an all-cream collection, with nary a powder to be found. Additionally, this vegetarian-friendly line is free of synthetics, using only natural ingredients. Along with Josie Maran Cosmetics, it's one of a growing number of eco-chic cosmetic lines.

I tried out two samples from the line: Pure Cream Stain ($36.50) in Dahlia and Triple Cream Eye Definer ($38.50) in Bisque. For color swatches and my review,


Pure Cream Stain is aptly named. It glides on well, like any other cream, but it blends into skin easily. It left a natural-looking stain on my skin, although I learned that a little bit of the product goes a long way. The other Stain shades are similarly natural, and I think this would be a good option for caramel-colored skin.

I wasn't a fan of the Triple Cream Eye Definer, though. It's supposed to be a shadow/liner/brow cream, but I can see it working only as a liner. The texture felt more like a cream blush than an eye product, and so it felt greasy on my eyelids by the end of the day. The color is pretty, but unless you love creamy eye makeup, I'd take a pass on this one.

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