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Sunday, January 4, 2015

Darling Girl Cosmetics Eyeshadow Swatches & Eye Looks



Hello lovelies,

This is a long overdue post. I purchased these eyeshadows back in August and sort of just forgot about them. The reason why I decided to place an order is because of the overall good reviews I've read about the company and that they also make complex shades.

They are available at http://www.darlinggirlcosmetics.com/, which is an indie makeup company.
I purchased only the small packaging, which are packaged in a 3 g jar that included a sifter. I personally prefer not to have a sifter. There is approximately 1/4 teaspoon of product and they cost $2.50 each. I like the fact that they are clearly labeled and each shades comes with interesting names.

Overall, I'm pretty pleased with my purchase. I can't remember if they came in a box or padded envelop but the products are wrapped in tissue paper like so. I purchased 14 eyeshadows and received 2 free sample, an eyeshadow and a lipgloss. The only thing that may be problematic to some people is that they take pretty long to process the order. It took almost a month for me to receive my package from the time I placed the order. So if you're not in a rush and don't mind the wait, I think in the end, it's worth a try.

The individual swatches are done over a primer. The group swatches are done with Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy as base. The eyeshadows are much more vibrant with a tacky base like Pixie Epoxy. The pictures don't do justice to how beautiful they look in person.





Beso De La Muerte - greyish brown with subtle bronze shimmers and pink micro glitters.



Creature From The Black Lagoon - shimmery teal with teal and gold shimmers.



Hell Hath No Fury - shimmery magenta with purple shimmers.



Holy Shitake! - medium mauve with pink shimmers



Leaping Lizards - greyish blue with pink and purple shimmers



London Fog - rose gold shimmers with copperish shimmers



Mischievous - medium shimmery mauve with teal duochrome shimmers



My Little Pony - shimmery lilac with duochrome teal shimmers



Nerpette - dark purple with shimmery blue duochrome.



Scry Harder - shimmery graphite with green, gold, and pink shimmers.



Seven Days Later - shimmery dark greyish blue with blue shimmers.



Swag - shimmery grey with blue, pink, and teal multi-chrome.



Tapestry of Obsenities - light shimmery taupe with rainbow shimmers. The colorful shimmers are so hard to capture on camera.



Unicorn - iridescent pinkish white shimmers with silver shimmers. It was hard to capture the different dimension of this color. 



Woogy - shimmery dark brown with rainbow shimmers.



Nerpette on center of lid

Scry Harder on center of lid

Swag on center of lid

8 comments:

  1. Hey, so I read this post and I really liked the pictures you included where you used the eye shadow. It would be really grate to see a tutorial for applying the eye shadow. Thanks!

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    1. I will make an effort to do more tutorials in the future. Thanks

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  2. OH DAMN. These are gorgeous!!!! I would love to own some of the neutrally looking shades! Mischevious, My little pony, Holy shitake and london fog are sooooo calling to me! Love the metallic finishes to these and how they're so dimensional!

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    1. They are fabulous! I couldn't be happier.

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  3. I love these eyeshadows. Have used my litte pony to bits. I really do need to order from them Again soon,
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    1. My little pony is gorgeous. I love the subtle color and duochrome. It looks like a fairy tale, lol, if that makes sense.

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  4. The Nerpette on center of the lid and in combination with the dark red lipstick from your last blog ... fantastic

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    1. Nerpette is probably one of the prettiest dark purple I own. I don't think I have anything quite like it.

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