Home / Makeup / Makeup Review, Swatches: Shiseido Limited Edition Eye Color Bar – 9 New Eyeshadow Shades That Can Be Mixed, Layered, Blended

Makeup Review, Swatches: Shiseido Limited Edition Eye Color Bar – 9 New Eyeshadow Shades That Can Be Mixed, Layered, Blended

Makeup Review, Swatches: Shiseido Limited Edition Eye Color Bar - 9 New Eyeshadow Shades That Can Be Mixed, Layered, Blended

Shiseido Artistic Director Dick Page’s philosophy: “Makeup should be fun!” And I couldn’t agree with him more! The Limited Edition Eye Color Bar ($50.00) brings to life Page’s philosophy that a little bit of color never hurt anyone.

Makeup Review, Swatches: Shiseido Limited Edition Eye Color Bar - 9 New Eyeshadow Shades That Can Be Mixed, Layered, Blended

Like making a cocktail, the 9 uniquely beautiful shades — created especially for this holiday season — are encouraged to be mixed, blended and layered.

Shiseido IBUKI Skincare, Eyebrow Styling Compact, Lacquer, Perfect Rouge, Luminizing Satin Eye Color Trio, Sheer And Perfect Foundation

The palette includes 7 distinct colors and 2 transformative shades with polarized pearls that allow you to create customized colors and textures through layering.

Makeup Review, Swatches: Shiseido Limited Edition Eye Color Bar - 9 New Eyeshadow Shades That Can Be Mixed, Layered, Blended

The durable paper palette contains an adequate mirror that snaps tightly with its magnetic closure. The design on the front of the palette gives way to a list of endless possibilities when it comes to mixing these colors. The shades include: Champagne, Noisette, Ménthe, Parfait Armour, Liquorice, Cassis, Curaçao, Café and Soda.

Makeup Review, Swatches: Shiseido Limited Edition Eye Color Bar - 9 New Eyeshadow Shades That Can Be Mixed, Layered, Blended

For my eye look, I couldn’t help but be drawn to the deep liqueur blue of Curaçao, and decided to use Noisette as my base. I then added Curaçao to my outer corners, mixed in with Parfait Armour and Liquorice. That cranberry shade also called my name, so I add Cassis to my lower lash line. I don’t usually reach for these colors, but they applied lightly and not too heavy.

The end result reminded me of when a rainbow Italian ice melts, leaving you with this deep blueberry and red type color. I loved it and can’t wait to try another eye look with Ménthe, that creamy mint shade.

Which colors do you like the most? What kind of eye look would you create?

Let us know by commenting below (you might win a free sample)! Make sure to check out our Pinterest page by clicking HERE! And don’t forget to get the latest beauty and skincare news by following us on Twitter @BeautyStat!

– Theresa Romano

For more giveaways and contests, sign up for our newsletter HERE.

If you like this post, share it with your friends and give it a LIKE on Facebook.

Comments

comments

Check Also

Review, Swatches, Photos, Makeup Trends 2019, 2020: Revlon Color Stay Looks Book Eyeshadow Palettes, Original, Player, Enigma, Maverick, Insider

Review, Swatches, Photos, Makeup Trends 2019, 2020: Revlon Color Stay Looks Book Eyeshadow Palettes, Original, Player, Enigma, Maverick, Insider

Hello drugstore makeup lovers! If you’re a fan of Revlon, or just drugstore makeup in …

2 comments

  1. I love all the colors in the palette smokey eyes will definitely be my thing to create with these colors!

  2. I absolutely love the Eye Color Bar colors! They look so rich and creamy! There are so many creative eye looks that can be made with these colors! The Parfait Armour, Cassis, and Curacao would be my favs. I love the eye look you created here Theresa, it is beautiful! If I were to use the Menthe, I would use the Champagne as the base with the Licuorice and Noisette blended at the base of my outer eyelid and Menthe blended above that. I would use the Noisette on my lower lash line with Menthe blended slightly below the Noisette. That is one of the many looks I would create.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Translate »