Sally Girl • Mini Baked Eyeshadow - All colors • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||92%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
JUST. BUY. IT. That's it, just buy it, you can get it for under $1 & everything about it is amazing !! I have a few colors, but sage is my favorite. It's a medium metallic gold color that goes amazingly well with my medium golden blonde hair& blue eyes. People always tell me I look gorgeous when I have this eyeshadow on. The color sage is comparable to MakeupForerver's Aqua Creme #11,a little darker though, except that one is $23 !!!! Well and of corse that one is creme. I love them both but Sally Girl Baked Eyeshadow is almost better the MakeupForever !! ALMOST. But still, for a freaking dollar, what the heck (;
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have 4 of these, but my very favorite is the gray/purple. It's the perfect color to smoke out a purple smokey eye. Also for a smokey eye that's office friendly, just put this color on your lid (only) blend it out w/ your fave blending color in the crease and you have a beautiful purple toned smokey eye. I always use a dark matte gray in the outer corners, just a touch. This is one of my favorite 5 min looks and a great way to incorporate color.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I am not super thrilled by these eyeshadows, but I am happy. I got the one in 388126....uh...it's the fuschia one. When I got home and swatched this, I was super excited to wear it because these things look extremely promising when you swatch them. This one was very shiny, pigmented and smooth- on the swatch. On the eyes, though, it did not deliver the level of intensity I was hoping to acquire. Most of the color stuck to my brush instead of my eye, but I did get an okay amount on there eventually. When used wet, it had much better pigmentation, but unfortunately, it was even more difficult to get the color off the little mound of shadow and onto my eye. However, I was happy with the look. The staying power isn't the best, but it does well with primer. Overall, I think the biggest challenge with these is getting the shadow onto your eyes. Other than that, the price is great (only $1!!), they are very travel friendly (except they can open by themselves), and come in a good variety.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Black
For what it is it works, despite the cheap packaging it gives you the chance to play with color on a budget. The best way to use these is to wet your brush then use otherwise it's not going to stick to your brush.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
$1 baked eyeshadow? For real? I'm there!
These belong to Sally Beauty's bargain store brand and I can't believe how awesome they are! I bought the aqua green/blue and applied it wet. The color payoff is excellent and it has great staying power. What else could you want? I bought the rest of 'em the next day while I was in town. At $1 apiece, it wasn't like I couldn't afford to do so! My faves are the aqua I mentioned above, the purple, the rose and the gunmetal gray.
Thank you Sally! I'm hoping that they'll expand their line and stock more colors.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
When I first saw these at Sally's beauty supply I jolted towards it. I couldn't believe how tiny and cute these were! And just $1. Color payoff is INCREDIBLE. I went back and bought more colors the next day. Blends great and easy to wear! Will definitely repurchase, should my Sally ever resupply!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Grey
This is pretty much the only eyeshadow I use now. I love it. It stays PUT, is super pigmented, doesn't crease or fade, and has a really nice "glowy" finish. I can also carry it around in my purse for months without finding it smashed and smeared around the inside of my purse like every other eyeshadow.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I just bought 3 of these at my local Sally on sale (99 cents in Canada is a sale). I got the deep purple, gold and dark green. I'm wearing the purple and gold today. They are fantastic! The purple is super pigmented and blends like a dream. The gold took a little more work to get on the brush at first. I think that some eyeshadows oxidize or something and can become really hard on the outer surface. After I got through that part, though, the gold was also quite pigmented and lovely to work with. I've only swatched the green, but I imagine it will be quite similar in pigmentation and blendability as these two. I did not use them wet, just over elf's stick primer, which is much like a concealer. The purple is just blowing my mind! I was expecting to have to spend a lot of time blending based on some of the other comments I've read. Not true for the one I got! The packaging lacks a little in sturdiness, but they are just sitting in my makeup case at home. If I need to travel with them, I'll just tape them closed.
Overall, well worth the buck. I may have to go back and get all the other colors.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
As cute and inexpensive as they are, it is hard not to buy a few to try out. I bought some today, and I have to say this is really terrible eye shadow. I have tried only the gold one, and I have no desire to try the rest... :(
Nice colors to choose from and nice in the pan, but I can't even get the gold one on my finger to swatch the back of my hand. And trying to use an eye shadow brush is even more useless. This product is so hard, the brush won't even pick it up. So when you do finally end up getting some product (by scratching at the surface of the pan), it swatches so sheer you can't even see it. A slight bit of shimmer is visible. I can't imagine how many layers of this color it would take to actually show up on your eye. So disappointed. Such a beautiful vibrant color in the pan...
I've heard these are good wet, so I guess I'll try that. Otherwise, they are all going in the garbage. Shame.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Green
I have mixed feelings on these. I don't really like them as a shadow. They are too dry and hard to blend. But, used wet as an eyeliner, they rock. The colors really pop. I have every color.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I really wish that these worked better for me but unfortunately the colour pay off was very minimal. I tried using the shadows wet and dry and the colours were sheer on me. For the price it was worth trying at least so I don't feel too bad about it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Great little e/s for $1. They are quite fragile and will possibly shatter to pieces or come loose from the compact if dropped or handled roughly so be careful. The color payoff is generally good though they don't blend super easily. I would suggest using a light hand, a little elbow grease, and some patience. Some of the shadows I have purchased feel like they're packed very tightly and take a bit of work to get any onto the brush. Dampening the brush seems to help this. All in all, these are very impressive and you can't beat the price.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
If you want beautiful, long lasting pigmentation, and bright colours--these are perfect. I honestly thought they'd be a waste of a coupla bucks, since even upon swiping it with my finger, the texture seemed dry, chalky, and 'off'... V misleading initial impression... Easily some of the most awesome bright colours in my collection... The dry texture n weird formula is actually awesome, n i swear... These are superb on the eyes. Am wearing the bright pink today, on outer third, with wet n wild brulee on inner half of eye, and a pale yellowish shimmery colour in the middle... Star violet in crease... Beautiful look. Instant fave. The turquoise shadow is my other fave. Recommend u get these at sally's beauty supply, just a couple to begin with--bet u will luv em.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
These $1 eyeshadows are more then worth it! They exceeded my expectations as far as pigmentation and colour payoff goes.. I've used the white shimmery one as a highlight and a bronze on my lid. The cons? Well the shadow itself seemed to break easily though I am a gentle person, perhaps because they are baked. But all in all for that price how can you resist? They have a decent little colour collection too! I would purchase again as a back up highlighter for my brow bone instead of my MAC Vanilla pigment.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I love these things I use two colors daily, 388122 a yellowy color thats great for bringing out brown and hazel eyes and 388131 a sparkly black that is great for lining your tightline and waterline. They are only a dollar, they last a long time, theres a lot of colors to choose from, funky ones and neutrals. These are just great.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Got this as a free gift with an order from Crush Cosmetics, glad I checked the reviews here otherwise I wouldn't have known to try it wet. I have a bronzey colour and like another said; all over wash or highlights without blending.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love these they're so cute and so tiny and worth it. Like everyone else has said they're only $1 the color selection is pretty good and these last for hours on end. I haven't made a dent in my bronze baked shadow and I've had it for a year maybe more so best $1 I've ever spent! These are shimmery but it's not intensely shimmery.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
WOWOWOWOW! these little guys are like little diamonds in the rough- when i see them in my makeup collection after "forgetting" about them for a little while, i always think, dang i should use these more or get more of these shadows!
=PRICE & AVAILABILITY=
These Mini Baked Shadows are exclusive to Sally Beauty Supply Stores from either the stores or online. I know they have some shades in my local stores so look around for the ones you want or order online. Also these are only 99 cents or ill say $1 each.. yes for $1 or less if you use your Sallys Card which i keep wanting to sign up for, you can get a great deal & sometimes they have some sort of sale in stores or online. But either way they are worth every cent. I love the price, dirt cheap & so amazing!
=SHADE & FORMULA & PERFORMANCE=
I own 3 shades & want to own them all. I love how pretty they look in the pan. Since these are "Baked" shadows, they go on sheer when dry but when used Wet, the color intensity & pigmentation will increase significantly. I do use them dry sometimes when i want a sheer look but if you havent used your baked shadows wet, you're truly missing out! they have many differnt shades from a vivid purple or teal to grays & whites. They do have a metallic finish to them. so if you dont like shimmer, they may not be for you. When wet, its so pretty. I must suggests using a primer & even a cream base will help these go on dry alot better. Dry these stay around 5-6 hrs. Wet this last for well at least 8 hrs or more. I got to use a wipe to get them off. I love using these wet w/ a cream base. It makes them so vibrant, unreal that they are so cheap! There is a few different colors to pick from for whatever look you want. They are great baked shadows. I love baked shadows since they always look great and even greater wet. Trying to apply these dry w/ a typical flat shader brush will only give you the sheerest layer of almost a sparkle so use either your fingers or a sponge tip applicator- yes i know its annoying but you will not be able to pick up much shadow with a bristle brush. Now when applying wet, make sure to dampen brush, dont soak your brush or you will have a disaster. just spray lightly w/ medium or water & tap onto tissue to get excess water- brush will allow some product but even wet i think the sponge tip works great too since it picks up more shadow. Its bc their baked & domed & pressed more than regular shadows that doesnt allow the shadow to loosen up to get onto brush. Work & practice to see which way you find works best for you
I know some people dont like the packaging but i dont mind it. Now the lid could be a bit thicker so that these wont break so easily but its not that bad. The single baked shadows come in a circular compact that snap open or close. The backing is black with a sticker to show name, shade & other info. The lid is see thru & not as sturdy as it should be. This allows you to be able to see the shadow color inside. These are a bit bigger than a quarter. Inside is the pan of the baked shadow. Baked shadows are domed shaped hence being baked on stone or whatever they claim. The dome shape is so pretty but can be a pain tryin to get the shadow onto applicator or brush. it doesnt seem like you get alot of shadow but you really do. The dome shape is pretty big so i havent even made a dent in all mine i own. I like that the packaing is simple & compact & these are so cute & small so you can slip these into any makeup or purse for on the go use if you would need to. i think theyre def super cute & pretty to look at even in the packaging. No applicator is included which stinks for those you need them. i have so many sitting around that i dont mind but i know some people like them esp for baked shadows
Overall, these Sally Girl Baked Shadows are great for those who love collecting makeup and playing around with color & texture! i love em & hope to buy more someday soon! ill review the sep colors soon!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
These are very adorable and the colors are bright and shimmery. The only thing that kinda sucks about these is the pigmentation. I applied with a shadow brush and barely got any color on my lids. I did find however i get better color payoff if i used my finger or a sponge applicator. If i did want to use a brush, getting my brush wet might ensure better color application. In my opinion these aren't a bad idea if you want to experiment with color or have a young girl that likes to play with makeup.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
At 99 cents a piece, these colors are a great budget option, and they fit easily in your make up bag! The shimmer is more like a sparkle, but it's not chunky-glittery like a lot of less expensive eyeshadows, and the colors stay reasonably well even without a primer. The blendability is not great, so I would suggest mostly using these as highlight or accent colors, or as an all over color when you don't feel like wearing a lot of make up.