It’s finally warm in my city, so I guess it’s time to tell you about my favorite warm-weather eyeshadows by Tom Ford in Golden Peach.
After I’ve tried the Shadow Quad by the maestro, I was very interested to try out the creamy textures they offer. So, when visiting a Duty Free shop, I quickly grabbed two creamy textured eyeshadows from different collections. But today I’ll review only one of them.Package
. It’s a heavy jar with a plastic top cap of white color. It consists of two sections - the lower is creamy eyeshadow and the upper, which is a top cap actually, is glitter. There’s also a small mirror.
Color. The color of my product is peachy with pink casting which looks different against different skin tones.
Powder eyeshadow is a golden glitter. If I wear them together, the glitter changes the color of the creamy eyeshadow, making it look more golden or golden/copper.
I think the idea is killer! It was so wise of them to combine the topper and base colors in one package. However, the creamy eyeshadow is a full product that can be used alone. It stays on my eyes well up to 6 hours even without a primer. It doesn’t crease or fade. The application is also absolutely fuss-free, I apply it with my finger, blend out a little and that’s it, I’m ready to shine.
But the glitter can’t live without a creamy base. Even if I apply a lot of it, it falls out severely and crumbles even over a very sticky base. I don’t know why but it doesn’t cling to any of my eyeshadow primers.
Yet at the same time, this glitter is sick if I want to create a slightly dewy and molten glow. This is exactly what I need for my spring/summer makeup. The light accent in the center of my lid is totally my theme.
Overall. I really like this product for its simple use and the beautiful result it gives. But I have to take off a star for the falling out glitter.