This is the Part 2 of my collection of the Body Shop eyeshadows.
Click here for part 1 with all the neutral colours ;)
All eyeshadows (except the matte purple shade) have the new velvety formulation.
Once again, click on the pictures if you wish to make them larger ;)
From left to right: #26- Shell Pink, #40- Baby Pink, #37- Pink Champagne, #22- Damson
#26- Shell Pink: it's actually a shimmery light lilac. It's very pretty for the inner corners of the eyes, it brightens up nicely a look with neutral eyeshadows.
#40- Baby Pink: a shimmery light pink. I don't know why but somehow, I get compliments when I wear this eyeshadow- I use it as my main colour for the "innocent doll" look that guys like!
#37- Pink Champagne: a shimmery darker pink shade. I like the swatch of it but I can't work with it yet! Recommendations are welcome, as always ;)
#22- Damson: a matte dark violet, perfect for the crease area combined with the forementioned pink shades.
From left to right: #33- Aquamarine, #16- Sea Green, #31- Peacock Green, #42- Midnight Blue
#33- Aquamarine: a matte light blue. I really don't know how to use it! Maybe I could team it over a sky blue eyeliner on the lower lashline?
#16- Sea Green: a dark shimmery silver with blue undertones. Among my favourites! My most worn eyeshadow combination for summer is Sea Green eyeshadow all over the lid and...
#31- Peacock Green: ...this dirty dark blue colour on the outer corner and top&lower lashline. I'm telling you, if you have brown eyes and want to make them POP, get them both! They look kind of dull when swatched but I swear to you, they bring out the golden hue of brown eyes like no other colours!
#42- Midnight Blue: the name says it all, I guess! A dark black-based blue. It looks at its best on top of a dark base, makes a gorgeous smokey eye- very hot this winter!
From left to right: #45- Star Silver, #38- Spearmint, #44- Golden Meadow, #43- Velvet Green
#45- Star Silver: two words for this colour- liquid metal! The swatch doesn't do it justice, it's among the most pigmented metallic silver eyeshadows you'll ever come across!
#38- Spearmint: a pastel minty colour. I always think of Spring and Easter when I look at this shade!
#44- Golden Meadow: I like to view it as a "vintage" golden colour. I don't know, somehow it reminds me of the Art Deco atmosphere of the 1920s... I don't get a lot of green when swatched, that's ok though. I like to pair it with a dark red lipstick.
#43- Velvet Green: Yes, this is a gorgeous black-based dark green, it's among my favourites but... The powder broke after two weeks of purchase. And it's going to break on you too, if you purchase it. That simple :(
Phew! That's it with my review.
You can also look at my reviews for the Body Shop's Mineral eyeshadows, Eye Shimmers and Shimmer Cubes.
Happy blogging and reading and commenting to everyone!