We have seen a lot of single eye shadows out there, we got all excited and bought all the pretty colors that we want. It will come to a one point that there will be a lot of single eye shadows laying in your drawer and there is a need to figure how to organize them. The backlash of single eye shadow is that it could get messy and some brands do offer palette that is sold separately that definitely could cost you more. Revlon ColorStay ShadowLinks™ brings you the new era of single eye shadows where you can customize it anyhow you want it, anytime and anywhere.
‘Mix. Match. Click. With new Revlon ColorStay ShadowLinks™, now you can create your own customized palette of possibilities. Each individual eye shadow easily snaps together to create your own unique combination every time. Choose from an array of 30 shades with rich color pay-off, in a variety of finishes from soft matte to satin to high sparkle. The Revlon ColorStay ShadowLinks™ shade range includes Neutrals, Pinks/Plums, Blues/Grays, reens/Golds and Browns/Blacks. Revlon suggests starting your custom palette by picking your favorite color, adding a light shade to highlight and finishing with a deeper shade to define. Create a neutral and pink palette for day, then click-in a fun green or gold for night – whatever you choose, it’s yours – now you can change your look. In a click.’ – Revlon
Each of the eye shadows comes in a very cute rectangular tablet. They are labeled by names and be able to look for it behind of the eye shadow. I have 6 shades to be shared with you!
Sand is on the third lightest neutral shade where it is more towards the light shimmery beige shade with fine glitters.
Periwinkle is light shimmery royal blue with glitters. This shade appear less opaque but it is definitely buildable depending on how prominent you want the shade to be.
Peacock is a medium turquoise with gold undertone. This finishes shimmery and it is less opaque but buildable. It is a very beautiful shade, one of my favorite.
Onyx is a black matte shade with glitters. For this shade, the glitters appear more prominent from the contrasting black shade.
Lilac is basically a faint purple shade where it has both shimmery and glitter finish. From the swatch above, you might notice it but I do think that it has a hint of pink undertone for this.
Candy is just like it’s name, a very sweet medium pink shimmery eye shadow with glitters.
Each of the eye shadow has a tab and sliding panel at their sides which allows them to be click-in to combine the shades you want. Be creative and it’s up to your preference to mix and match. I have created two simple look with a few of the eye shadows.
- Use an eye shadow brush and apply Candy on the eyelid.
- Apply Lilac over the crease line to blend in with Candy using blending brush.
- Also, apply on the same shade on the middle of the lower lash line.
- Using the same brush, dip into Periwinkle and apply at the outer corner of the eyes.
- Brighten the inner corners with Peacock and apply it using a precise brush.
Just finish up with eye liner, mascara on top and lower lashes. False lashes is definitely optional.
- Use an eye shadow brush to apply Candy over the eyelid.
- Apply Periwinkle on the outer corner of the eyes with a blending brush.
- Highlight over the inner corners using Sand with a precise brush.
- Apply white eyeliner on the water line and lower lash line. Try to get it over the lashes for a bit too.
- With an angled brush, top it over the white eyeliner with Peacock.
Finish off with eye liner and mascara only on the top lashes. Again, add false lashes if you want to.
These eye shadows are only exclusively available at Watsons for MYR 13.90 each and they are already available over the shelves this month! Hop over to your nearest Watsons to check out on all the shades and have fun!
This eye shadows was provided by Revlon, kindly refer disclaimer.xoxo,