It's hard to say that I wouldn't buy this product again, but honestly I probably wouldn't. It's a nice color, a very white-pink which is lovely for highlighting on the brow bone, but I am not in love with this shade. It's nice to have around but I definitely don't use it every day or consider it a must-have.
1. Gorgeous color that lasts all day.
2. Very pigmented, a little goes a very long way.
1. Slightly chalky consistency so you will need to use a primer (that eliminates fallout completely).
2. Expensive: $17 a pan.
This is one of my favorite colors to use as a highlighter. I discovered it by accident when I went looking for a shimmery light pink color to create a romantic eye look. I saw "Cherry" and thought that it might be perfect till I swatched it. While it wasn't the shimmery pink I was seeking for the look I had in mind, I knew it was perfect for a highlight. While a pale pink the in the pan, when swatched it comes off as a glowing cream color with tiny flecks of glitter. I use this constantly on my inner corners and patting it on my brow bone. I recommend using a primer with this shadow, as it is slightly chalky (please don't let this scare you as it really is only slightly) and there is some fall out when I have used it without primer.
The eyeshadow seemed quite pink in the packaging but once on the eye it was actually pretty much a white colour with pink sparkles in it. It's quite a lot of work to try and build up the colour of it so instead I just use it as a brow highlighter and a lightener to the inner corners of my eye.
I wouldn't buy this again because there is better eyeshadows out there even if it is quite a pretty colour.
I like this one. It's a very powdery light pink, with sparkles. It's good for accenting the brow bone, but it's hard to use it just by itself. You can use it with a lot of different colors. I like to use it with Grifter and Midnight Cowboy Rides Again. Not my favorite, but it's still pretty good!
This eyeshadow is a white pink with tons of glitter. I love how the color looks with my shotgun eyeshadow and I had someone tell me today that it makes me look 3 yrs younger lol. This is a great light shadow.
This will last for years, as i just don't use it much. Don't get me wrong, its a lovely colour and doesn't look anywhere near as pink as it seems in the pot. it looks more white on me but with a tiny hint - meaning, not as harsh as polyester bride. It has lots of sparkle but really nothing to get excited about.
While I do love Cherry, a sheer white pink with silver glitter, I have not and probably will not purchase. Everytime I'm at a Sephora or Ulta, I take a look at this color and sometimes put it on, but alas, it's just not enough for me to plunk down the $15 or so on this e/s. It's kind of grainy and the glitter does seem to go everywhere. My only concern is that w/ the 100+ e/s I own, that I'd only wear this maybe the first day I got it and then wouldn't reach for it again. It is pretty though. I am a very super yellow toned person, and while this is a georgeous e/s color, I think that other colors flatter me more. But, if i received this as a gift, I would gladly accept, but no, I will not be buying it.
Beautiful shade of baby pink. Makes a great wash. I love it! MAC NW15
I like this shadow, used with a primer, it stays all day! Ilike to use it as a wash or highlighter. Layered, it gets a little darker, but it is a pale color. It looks great with greens and teals!
This shadow isn't very pink unless it is layered. I was expecting more of a bright shade, but on me it looks more like a glittery white with a pale pink sheen. I use this with Stila's "Tango" to get a really good pink look. Not sure if I would repurchase because if I wanted a sheer pink, I would just go with a Maybelline shadow. Fortunately, this came in a Shadowbox I purchased & not on it's own. I'll keep experimenting, maybe I can make this work better for me. As usual, UD shadows are the best on the market. continued >>