Sunday, 19 February 2012

REVIEW - Stargazer Baked Eyeshadow Duos

One of the latest offerings from Stargazer, these baked eyeshadow duos offer buildable colour in a range of eight beautiful shades. The shades range from super wearable smokey silver-black duos to funkier lime- bronzes...


Baked eyeshadows come housed in sturdy, little black pots with a clear window so you can see exactly which shade you're reaching for. There is also a label providing all of the information you could possibly need on the bottom of the pot.


The eyeshadows themselves are slightly domed (as with most baked products) with lines of colour streaked across the surface. I think the bronze colour has been sprayed on, so will probably vanish after a good amount of use. The stripes are just about wide enough to be able to pick up the colours separately with an eyeshadow brush.

[[ 'Ecology' green/ green + bronze, 'Ascot' lilac/ lilac + bronze ]]

Stargazer 'Baked Eyeshadow Duos' are pretty darn versatile - use over a primer for a sheerer wash of colour, a sticky base for max intensity or a coloured base to really make them POP. Personally, I favour a sticky base, with Darling Girl 'Glitter Glue' being my absolute favourite. The texture is soft, blendable and really easy to work with.

Priced at £4 each, available from the Stargazer website.

Products provided for review purposes. Opinions 100% honest and 100% my own, as always!

9 comments:

Tee Dee said...

These look really good

Karolina said...

Ooo! they are gorgeous! Definitley will take a look the next time I come around to some Stargazer products! xo

Hannah said...

gorgeous :o)

The Peach said...

Very cute shadows! The colors look pretty!

E V E L Y N said...

I love the purple one, looks very pretty! x

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Helly said...

They look amazing, love the green x

Princess Pinkie said...

The colors look gorgeous on skin! Soooo much that you could do with these!

Morgaine said...

They look good enough to eat lol....

Anatomica said...

I am not a big fan of baked eyeshadows but I must admit these look quite pigmented and smooth!

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