Color was far too bright for my liking.
I did like the silky texture. This is also very affordable for only 1 dollar!
If you have a cooler skin tone this is probably going to work better for you.
You don't have to be cool-toned to be able to wear it. Mint is gorgeous for me as an eyeliner! I use a bronze eyeshadow all over my lid, then I take my liner brush (MAC 212 works well) and press Mint onto my upper lashline. Makes my brown eyes look yummy!
Light powder blue with a slight sheen, not too shimmery. very soft and blendable. I wear it sometimes on the lower lid with a peachy eyeshadow as a wash over the entire lid. very blendable and long lasting. and it only costs a dollar!
I was looking for something MAC Brill-ish in color and I thought this might work. It's different, but similar in what I was going for. For a dollar this shadow isn't bad. I love that it is easily depotted and that it has a good soft texture. This color is a little on the chaulky side if applied straight from the pan. It needs to be used, or with a Vaseline base (but has a tendency to crease that way unlike a lot of my shadows), or just with a good somewhat tacky perhaps, base in general. Then the color really shows up and is gorgeous, a blue green with golden shimmer. Not as smoky as I would have hoped though.
Not my usual pick of colors but ever since MUA I've been picking up these at random. The color suits the name, it's a minty blue/green. Texture is as expected from these wonderful yet dirt cheap shadows so I had nothing to lose for $1. This is a good color to contrast with darker blues or to play around with layering for dimensions! It can be quite sheer as an icey blue or layered more for a minty look. Cool toned.
Best thing about Jordana shadows are the quality + price, and they're easy to depot to fit into an empty quard or palette. I've dropped one of these recently onto the floor and it didn't even shatter.
This is a wonderful color, it's a medium blue based frosted green. I got this for only a dollar, wonderful price, wonderful product. I highly recommend this e/s!
Mint is a pretty light blue-green on my LLL complexion. Great Jordana pigmentation, texture, and long-lasting staying power. A very ethereal color but also can be a springy-summery look! Pairs well with peaches, deeper greens, lighter and darker blues, and bronzes. Lovely!
This shadow is such a pretty color. I bought it because I wanted a lighter green for spring. It's a really awesome color, but when I bought it it was broken in the pot, so be careful with them!
turquoise/sea-green color w/gold shimmer (reminds me of l'oreal glistening seas, but cheaper!). fine milled powder e/s. comes in a little pot like jane eyezings. i love the color and quality but it's a little too cool for my mmm skintone. it looks kinda greyish on me. edited 3/26/06: added a lippie-- in natural light the fine gold shimmer in this seagreen is sooo gorgeous and subtle. adds a "je ne sais quois" to the crease of my eyelid.
I liked the silky texture and cheapness (.99!) but this color was way too cool/bright for me. It's not a big deal, since it's so cheap (though I bought it at CVS and am going to return it to reduce makeup clutter). Probably would work better for cooler-toned people.