Wednesday, April 29, 2020

(review) Revlon Color Charge loose powder eyeshadows

Barbara Mori blond hair wink kissRevlon color charge powder eyeshadow pigments Dollar Tree swatch
And the bad part is that they won't stick to your eye, you MUST WEAR AN EYESHADOW BASE! so  that the powder has something to stick to. Best method I found is to apply with a damp brush.
105 Copper metallic Revlon Color Charge pigment eyeshadow powder review
Ok, so let's review:
105 COPPER is super metallic, super sparkly!
106 FUCHSIA is a bright medium  pink
104 HOLOGRAPHIC is duochrome white/purple
 
I took these swatches indoors,without using primer:
Covid-19 Dollar Tree makeup haul Revlon eye pigments reviewRevlon color charge Fuchsia Copper Holographic eye shadow swatches
I like that these jars came individually sealed, mess-free.

I took these makeup photos outside. The eyeshadows were applied with a damp brush on top of primer. Fuchsia in crease, copper on outer lid, holographic on inner lid and on top of my black eyeliner (really purple!)
Fuchsia seems kinda matte or pearly sheen. It's not as exciting. I think maybe if I added some of this powder to clear lipgloss it might work really cute tho...
The white one isn't actually "holographic" that was a bad name for it- but it does have a duochrome feel 🙂 In sunlight it looks super lilac.

In the photos below I wore "holographic" on top of primer and applied with a dry brush which made it way less pigmented and more white (lilac sheen only in sunlight):

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