Just lately, I’ve been more experimental with eye makeup ( specially when I’m around this very talented person ), willing to study and explore alot of eye makeup styles to improve my craft. I’m a dedicated person, I’d like to think ( err hehehehe )
I used Neutrogena Mineral Sheers Eyeshadows yesterday for Suzie’s makeover session. Each item consists of two mineral eyeshadow shades. I have them in three, a Sand 40 ( Very Light Shimmery Brown and Very Light Shimmery Gold? ), Pebble 50 ( Shimmery Medium Brown and Shimmery Yellow-Gold ), and Stone 20 ( Light Pink and Light Violet ). I’ve gotten the light shades of this and realized that there’s a dark one – Clay ,that might be useful for an complete eye makeup look.
First, let me comment on the texture. They are finely milled, so they’re alright in my book. As for the question if they are pigmented or not, I can say that they are sheer and not too pigmented, but they are not the types of eyeshadows that you’ll want to throw in the trashcan because they’re so hard to get product from. Neutrogena Mineral Sheers Eyeshadows are in the middle ground. Those who love conservative, light eye makeup would love them, while those that want wild eye makeup would not be able to appreciate them.
Bottomline? I think my bestbud who wants really light and natural makeup would love this. My sister Suzie’d love this as well. I can always use these shades to highlight since in my opinion, they’re too light for my lids ( I love smoky shades ). I won’t give them away, because I think they’re good enough. I love the shimmer, I love the finish. I don’t mind the staying power ( if ever ) – I have Urban Decay Primer Potion that makes eyeshadow stick like glue!