I absolutely loveeeee this eye enhancer! It contain 4 colours, but i mainly just use the shimmery nude/peach. They make my eyes stand out so much more and makes me look alot more awake! It may not look like it but each of these eye enhancers contain so much product! I have been using one colour only everyday for the past few months and it doesn't even look like it has been used! I highly recommend this eye enhancer!
Sheerly nudes is a verry nice eye shadow palette,that contains:a pale satin brown,a pale satin nude-beige,a pale satin nude peach,a pale shimmery nude.It goes well on the application,it last fairly long. For a more natural look! Love it!
This quad used to be the only eyeshadows I'd wear, but that 's changed and I've moved onto much better. I feel like I have to put on so much pressure to even get any color payoff in my swatches, even for the "darkest" color, which is actually very light. On my eye, these have so much fallout, no matter how much I tap off the excess and I'm just not a fan of these anymore.
I love these eyeshadows. They are foolproof. They don't require a lot of blending because they blend together effortlessly. I use these when I'm short on time in the morning because I just put them on and go. They are very basic nude shades that look great together. They are sheer, but pigmented and they wear all day. They give you a polished, defined look that is natural and work appropriate. The best part is the price. Very cheap, but worthwhile.
Sometimes you just want that little touch or wash of color. This quad does that. The colors are great if you are going to the gym and need a little natural color on the eyelids. The first color on the left is the darkest but still subtle. I have pale skin and this quad works well for me. But I do think it would work for many skin tones if you want a natural look. We choose a different foundation every day depending on the look we are going for and the same is true of eyeshadow. Sometimes you want a wash of color and the Sheerly Nudes quad is perfect for that. This quad definately should have a place in your makeup repertoire. I would buy this again and again.
THIS SUCKS AS EYE SHADOW....barely there colour, way too sheer. I actually use this on my brows. My natural hair is dark ashy blonde with some gold...I had a hard time finding a brow product to match that wasn't too light, too dark or too orang-ish and this works perfectly. I went to Sephora and checked out Anastasia brow powders, but they were $30..I'm not paying that much money for just my brows (too bad because I found a perfect match).Sooo I smudged the tester colours on my arm and went over to Walmart and tried to find a similar eyeshadow. I found 2 good matches..THIS (the taupe on the far left) and Maybelline's Expert Wear trio in "almond satin"..the taupe shade..(both not too shimmery). I apply it with a stiff angle brush that's on the end of my brow/lash comb..I just mix the 2 left shades together and dab it into my brows. This shadow goes on light, it's not highly pigmented...so just apply lightly and go from there. I set my brows by spraying my brow/lash comb with hair spray and brushing it through my brows...works *you can also use gel or clear mascara.
I have used the CG quad in Country Woods for every day for awhile now, and I recently decided to try Sheerly Nudes as I've been eyeing it for quite some time. I have to say that I'm glad I did. These colors are subtle but polished and pretty on my fair skin. I uploaded a photo of a look I did with these shadows using the lightest shimmer shade as a highlight, the pinky/peachy shade as a lid color, and the darker matte taupe color to blend out my crease/outer v color (NYX Dark Brown). I loved the way it looked and got a few compliments.
That all being said, don't expect miracles from these shadows. They aren't HE and can appear chalky if you don't prep your lid with foundation or primer. I find that over my foundation they last all day and do not appear chalky. Also, I wouldn't recommend this particular quad for medium to dark skin tones as these colors are particularly light. They show up on my fair skin but not sure they would on darker skin.
All in all, I really like these and will repurchase when I need to.
I paid 6$ for this piece of crap. Common Cover Girl even WNW 1$ eyeshadows are better quality Jane eyezing, NYX, elf much better.
Anyway texture feels like crushed crayola chalk even that would give you some color payoff atleast. No Pigmentation at all. Doesn't last very long on your skin either. One of the worst eyeshadows I have ever bought bar none. PLEASE DONT BUY THIS & SAVE YOUR MONEY FOR SOMETHING ELSE/BETTER OR ATLEAST continued >>
Sheerly Nudes is exactly that - four taupe/nude eyeshadows that are not super pigmented. The darkest shade is the most pigmented, but it is too muddy for my cool skintone. The other three work fairly well on my skintone, but the lightest color is barely pigmented at all. My favorite is the peachy nude shade, I think that I will get the most use out of that one. This palette is good for a neutral, natural look and I can see it as a go to day time palette that would work for alot of people (esp. if you have a warmer skin tone). I like that these colors are versatile and easy to wear. UPDATE: A year later I find myself reaching for this palette much more often, much to my surprise it has become one of my go to neutral palettes. The three lighter colors show up well on my skin tone with primer, and I use the darkest color as a liner. It is a very natural looking palette but that's what I like about it. I wish the packaging was better because the lid broke on mine :( but other than that I really like this palette. I can still see that the shadows might be too sheer for some but I am satisfied with the color pay off now that I have experimented with them a bit. I will likely repurchase this.
I got this after a disappointing experience with the famous shimmering sands trio. I thought it looked like a nice alternative, since that palette washed me out and made my eyes turn red. :(. My expectations were low, and I was so pleasantly surprised to discover this little gem!
SN is very sheer, so don't expect a lot of color payoff. If you want a natural look,, albeit with definition, steer clear of this. Even the darkest color in the set gives not discernible definition to the eyes. Rather, it adds a beautiful slightly shimmery "MLBB" look, probably best for paler complexions or PPP's or for those who want a quick, no-fuss, natural eye. Only the slightest amount of translucent shimmery color shows up, but it is enough to be stunning with black eyeliner, a cat-eye look, or just by itself for a natural look. I could also see adding a mat caramel color, such as MAC Wedge, or a darker mat shadow in the crease or in the outer v of the eye to add drama. (There are many color variations that could be used with this) This quad would be great for makeup newbies because it is relatively foolproof to apply, and for teens on school days because it is so subtle.
natural looking: adds just the right amount of shimmer to light up the eyes.
portable--great to carry in a purse or makeup bag because it can be replaced easily if lost or broken.
long wearing--lasts throughout the day on me
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too light and subtle for those who prefer a more defined, intense look.
I want to give this quad the love I think it deserves. It's a niche product, not for everyone, but is such a lovely find if you happen to like it. I just hope it doesn't get discontinued!
EDIT: okay, I got a little happy with the points; after trying this a second time, I was a little less enthusiastic about it, I think, because the sheerness was a little more underwhelming than I had originally thought. Still, not a bad product. I'm going to give it another test drive to see if I can upgrade to a '4'.