Merle Norman • Crystal Eyes in Peri-Twinkle • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I love this shadow and the shade is gorgeous: a pale blue/lavender w/ a hint of silver. Merle Norman automatic shadow base first, Luxiva's new cream shadow in Ivory on my entire lid, then I use a couple light layers of Peri-Twinkle on my lower lid. I have deep blue-grey eyes, and this shade really makes them pop (I also have very pale, cool-toned skin which I think is another reason why this shadow color works for me). This shadow doesn't crease; it lasts all day, and doesn't scream "GLITTERY, BIG-TIME DISCO BALL". Price wise, I paid $18, which is a little pricey for the amount you get, but if you use it sparingly, you won't go through it so quickly. Crystal Eyes are definitely worth a try:)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I was really sad I spent so much money on this. Initially it was really pretty but while I was trying to do my eyes it was already creasing and just BLAH. So heartbreaking... not again
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have a few of these, and this is the newest color. It is a light peri-winkle, almost to the point of being silver with a hint of blue in it. I do like these, as they are very sheer, and almost reminiscent of a MAC Pigment, but without so much pigment. (Hope that makes sense!) They are in a small sifter type, square container. They are loose eyeshadows, and are very sheer (where as MAC's can be very pigmented!) I like to use them to layer over other colors, and sometimes I just layer on top of my liner to change it out a bit. Overall, I like the product, but they cost quite a bit for what you get. MAC is a better value, but for what I am looking for, I am happy with what you get.