Bobbi Brown • Rich Color Eyeshadow in Sand Dune • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
On my search for a another basic "nude" highlight eyeshadow I bumped into Bobby Brown's new Rich Color Eyeshadow in Sand Dune. At first I was rather unimpressed, thinking it was just another light basic and bland color of which I have plenty in my make-up bag. Nevertheless I was curious, tested it and *wow* it's more than wonderful! The shade is a silvery beige with hints of taupe, very unique for my liking. Application is ok so far.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Bobbi, what have you done? Please don't go changing your eyeshadow formulas to keep up with the competition, because yours already outshined the others! Now that I've said that, let me tell you how disappointing your new fall (2011) eyeshadows are (at least the two I bought)! I bought Sand Dune & Rich Kashmir-- which would look lovely together-- *IF* they had any color payoff! Sand Dune is a light, taupe color with a satin finish, but you have to really pack this baby on in order to see it. Now, I am no stranger to eyeshadow or eyeshadow application, so the problem is not the operator here. The problem is with this new formula called, "Rich Color Eyeshadow." It falls way short of its name, and the lack of pigmentation & performance reminds me *exactly* of Estee Lauder's Pure Color eyeshadows, which *also* stink! Please, Bobbi.... if I want lousy eyeshadows that look good in the pan and don't appear on the lids, I'll buy Clinique & Estee Lauder and pay a lot LESS per shadow! I can't believe I paid $24 each for these Rich Color eyeshadows and they rot... =(