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on 5/15/2017 12:16:00 AM
More reviews by BobaFettaccine
Skin: Combination, Medium, Cool
Hair: Black, Curly, Medium
I have these in almost every color, soooo pigmented! I use as eye shadow and eyeliner (using wet brush)
on 4/24/2014 11:55:00 PM
More reviews by BCbabe
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
I have the 5 piece "Eye Rimz Gift Set" from Dermstore which comes with 4 shades and a brush for $26. From what I can tell, these are all regular sized liners/shadows which seems like a pretty awesome deal. The shades are: "Violet Voodoo" - an iridescent purple & kohl swirl, "Firewater" - a shimmering turquoise & kohl swirl, "Rich Rust" (they call it Rich Dust on the website but the product itself says "Rust") - a shimmering burnt sienna/copper & kohl swirl and "Supernatural Smoke" - a shimmerying gunmetal grey. These are pretty much like every other baked product in that they go on rather sheer when dry but when used with a damp brush, give a more intense and opaque colour payoff. You could use these wet or dry for an eyeshadow, but they really only work as an eye liner when used with a wet brush. While they all need a bit of work regarding wetting the brush, dabbing in the eye shadow to make a deep enough shade as a liner, applying, repeating... the "Violet Voodoo" needed the most work of all. (What IS it with these purple pigments??) They are really pretty when you take the time to apply them though. "Rich Rust" explodes into a shimmery copper/sienna metallic finish when used with a damp brush and the turquoise in 'Firewater" really pops out when used wet to line. "Violet Voodoo" is a more subdued blackened purple and "Supernatural Smoke" is a shimmery gunmetal, not really blackened but a dark silvery shade. If you're in a rush to apply, I would suggest using a black pencil first and then brushing over it with the shade of choice (wet or dry) if you want to either be really quick with the application or get a darker more intense liner look. Conversely, you could brush these over a black eye shadow for that extra little sparkle of colour. These will produce fallout (especially when used dry) so be prepared for that. Used with a damp brush, they will be more intense, last longer, and have less fall out. Now even though i thought this was a pretty sweet deal for 4 (since they're also sold individually for $26-$27), I also found out just *after* purchasing these that the Milani Marbled Baked Eyeshadows are really *really* similar for a fraction of the cost of these. Milani "Medley" is very similar to "Supernatural Smoke" (though the Medley is a bit lighter and has more shimmer) and the Milani "Mix it Up" is almost exactly the same as "Firewater". They are close enough that someone could probably not tell them apart, though to my eye the Milani is a smidge blacker with a bit less turquoise but otherwise, who would know? I got the Milani's at Dollar Tree a couple months earlier for $1 each. Milani's are also bigger at 1.5gms while the Laura Geller are 1.2gms.Would I buy these again? I'm on the fence but I said "yes" because If I saw a set with 4 completely different/unique shades that I had to have, I might? I would not spend $26 for just one of these though and they will probably last me quite a while. So yes, they are beautiful (especially Rich Rust and Firewater) though if you can find their bargain counterparts you don't really NEED them (unless it's a shade you MUST have).
7 of 7 people found this helpful.
on 12/6/2011 4:29:00 PM
More reviews by usherlover695
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Combination, Olive, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
im obsessed with the cobalt blue one!!! its amazing!
on 2/6/2013 10:19:00 PM
More reviews by katielouiseoct86
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
Im actually really impressed with these shadows! Pigmentation is wonderful. The shimmer is really pretty without being a mess. The packaging is durable and well done with cute half mirror half window. The brush it comes with is good quality. I purchased Hocus Pocus and Crystal Cobalt and they both create a nice subtle smokey eye. Also these shadows are really pretty applied wet or used as a liner. Really enjoying these! http://kateslouisebeautyblog.blogspot.com/2013/02/laura-geller-eye-rimz-baked-shadow.html
on 10/23/2012 5:03:00 AM
More reviews by Miltonh81
Skin: Oily, Medium, Warm
Hair: Black, Straight, Fine
My eyeshadows and liners of choice!. I have a copper, a plum and a split silver and amethyst one and love them all, they are very pigmented so you can choose your depth of colour the more the better for me!. I think the plum is my favourite I wet the purpley parts and it becomes a beautiful liner that stays put all day. I love the versatility of these and have just ordered blue voodoo can't wait for that to arrive. Highly recommended for anyone who loves colour and definition.
on 1/5/2014 7:19:00 PM
More reviews by NumberSixBiitch
Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
love, love, LOVE Blue Voodoo! it goes on bright and really makes eyes *pop*! (even when you don't apply it wet)
on 7/30/2011 11:38:00 AM
More reviews by BarbItalia
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Silver, Wavy, Medium
I own Eye Rimz in "Potion"- shimmery swirls of black, purple and white - which is a GORGEOUS LINER used wet! So easy to control and layer, picking up the shade(s) you want from the cake and mixing or applying. I apply wet and, when dry, lightly go over my line with "Jesse's Girl Transformer" for extra wear. Love the little color-coordinated brush, although it would be so much better if it fit somehow with the product itself as the brush is tiny and where do you keep it when you're not using the product? It gets lost among all my other regular-sized brushes, so I gave 3 instead of 5 for packaging. I've never used this dry but I should, in the crease and outer V. I want to tell you that, since finding Milani's Baked Marbled Eyeshadows, I've purchased both their black/gold and black/teal rather than Laura's. They are just as nice, have a bit of sparkle and are so much cheaper. I couldn't help myself, Laura!
on 6/15/2011 2:53:00 PM
More reviews by rickisyed
Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Warm
I got the bronze in a kit, I must admit this works better on me as a eyeshadow than as an eyeliner due to my tan skin. The shimmer is good is longwearing. I used this with my ELF c eyeshadow brush. Overall, its a good basic brown shimmery eyeshadow, it isnt anything special for me to repurchase.
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 5/2/2011 12:58:00 PM
More reviews by jagratti
Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine
I bought this in the Bronze version and although I loved the look of it in the pan, the colour wasn't as intense as I'd have liked it to be and I found that glitter migrated around my eyes by the end of the day. Maybe I'll have to play around with it a bit more as it does have potential.
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 9/16/2011 9:53:00 AM
More reviews by jarona
Age: 56 & Over
Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool
Hair: Black, Curly, Coarse
This is one of those products that I've had forever, but don't use regularly. I had purchased the Eye Rimz in Potion (purple, black, white) at Sephora when they were having their final sale on Geller Products. Laura Geller is kind of hit or miss with me. I love her body frosting, but cannot stand her Balance and Brighten--her "light" color just oxidizes like crazy on me and is definitely a no go for me. I am just rediscovering her spackle for lips and eyes as well.Anyway, on with the review. I'm not big on "color" on my eyes. Although "they" say that purple is a pretty universal color that is flattering on everyone, I just keep to my neutrals. That being said, recently I discovered the Pixiwoo sisters--they have wonderful tutorials on youtube that are a godsend for "mature' women--they use their mom as a model. They've used a purplish color on her and I realized I had this potion Eye Rimz in my makeup stash. I decided to use it again...and I have to say that I am impressed with how intense the pigmentation is. WOW. I really need a light hand with this. I used this as both an eyeshadow AND a liner (followed the pixiwoo way) and was very pleased. Overall, this is a good multi-tasking product for both a shadow and liner. I used an extremely thin angled brush for the lining, and brushed "up" to soften the liner. Then I used a light hand and a bigger brush for the crease in my eyes. I also softly lined the outer half of my bottom lids...and it looks really good. Although I love the way my eyes look with this EyeRimz, I would not use it as an everyday look. I would most definitely use this for evenings and special occassions. Now realize that I paid a very low price for this product, but on her website, it sells for 26.00. While I do think this is pricey, I will say that a very little bit goes a long, long way due to the wonderfully intense pigmentation. It also doubles as an eyeliner/shadow so you do get a lot for your money. The packaging is alright, the metal tin holding the shadow/liner, became loose in the plastic container. In addition, although I will have this for a long time, I absolutely would re-purchase.Since I'm currently on a no-buy, this re-discovery was a charm! I love when products are rediscovered! LG did very well with this product.Keeper!
9 of 9 people found this helpful.
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