Can't believe that it's almost October now. Time flies so fast, doesn't it?
Anyway, today I want to share eyeshadow review with you, guys. This palette is the latest release from Etude House called as Fantastic Color Eyes. ^^
The box is so eye-catching. It has several colourful patterns.
There are two colors available for this eye shadow, which are Bloody Halloween and Bohemian Soul. I choose the second one since the color looks more natural for everyday use.
The palette itself comes in choco brown colour, which looks like chocolate *.* It still has the same pattern like the box but not as colourful as the box.
So this palette contains 6 colours with several different textures. The shade names really match with the palette's concept: Bohemian XD
The sponge applicator, one is more pointy at the end.
Folk Song - almost matte nude color
Apricot Jam - creamy texture, peachy coral color with matte finish
Ethnic Coral - almost matte coral color with a hint of pink
Gypsy Queen - sparkling white color
Wanderlust - sparkling brown color
Freedom - shimmery dark brown color
- Apricot Jam -
Wanderlust + Freedom
Folk Song + Ethnic Coral
When Etude House says it can be used for different occasions, I think it's true. The sparkling shades will be perfect for party while the almost matte shades can be used for everyday look.
The pigmentation is okay. Some colors are more pigmented than others, example Freedom is more pigmented than Ethnic Coral. With sparkling color eye shadow, I have to be careful with the fall out.
I think this palette is a good choice if you like natural look, especially peach color. From all of the color, my favorite is Apricot Jam. The coral color is so unique for eye shadow XD
*using Apricot Jam*
*using Wanderlust + Freedom*
For you who live in Indonesia and want to have your Etude House product as fast as possible, I suggest you to order from Etude Recipe. You only need to wait for 1 weeks to have it on your hands, very fast right? :D
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