Amanda Hird Arsenaultadded October 14, 2016

(DECLUTTERED: the packaging is too much of a hassle for a product I think is just OK.). (UPDATE: I used a different brush and a different crease shade (a more orange shade) and it looked much better!). I picked up two of these lose glitter pigments at the dollar store after JenLoves talked them up on her YouTube channel. For a $, why the heck not? My biggest gripe with this is the packaging...the treads on the plastic make that horrible squeaking/screeching noise that makes my teeth ache when you screw it back on!!! The mini-paintbrush that comes with it sits in the slot and does a great job keeping the product from getting everywhere, but as an applicator it is not that great. I get better results when I shake the product into the lid and apply it to my lids with either a fluffy brush or my fingers. You do need to use a primer to get the product to stick...and it should stay put (I haven't noticed any fallout as of yet!). This shade is a very shimmery rose gold mixed with finely milled silver glitter. This is a light shade and is better for layering on top of other shades (it is too light to wear on its own on the lid). I am not as big of a fan of this powder as I am the bronze shade, but I am going to play with it a little more before I give up on it.

Purchased From

The Dollar Tree

Year Made



L.A. Colors


Shimmering Loose Eyeshadow

Model Number

BEA401 Honey Suckle

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