which eyeshadow ranking first?3 best eyeshadows comparison

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which eyeshadow ranking first?Let's see the 3 best eyeshadows comparison!

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Scott Barnes Illumineye eye shadow in Maharishi

Review by Sybil84: This color is so soft and natural... but better! It makes my green eyes pop with dimension and color. SB eyeshadows are by far the best I've ever used and I also feel like this may be the nicest color I've ever come across (YES I SAID IT, THE BEST!) I feel that strongly about the quailty, color, and packaging. Every woman deserves to feel the soft almost creamy powder touch of a SB eyeshadow at least once in their lives! The blendability is great too. I have seen jessica simpson wear a color that looks like this one.. copper.goldish.. kind of like a darkened sunset. Beautiful!

Review by mulhollanddrive: This is a gorgeous shimmery golden tan colour. Long-wearing as well. Nice to highlight the brow bone as well.

Review by cweiss: i absolutely love this color (as i do all sb products). not a color i would have picked out myself but when it was applied at the counter, i fell in love. so subtle and yet somehow a little different. applies like a dream. sb blows all other shadows out of the water

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Christian Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow in The Mauves (210)

Review by kitten75: I just received this eyeshadow from an ebay seller. The colors are gorgeous, and definitely versatile. I have blue-green eyes, and these colors are perfect. They range from a light rosy pink to a deep mauve, with one shadow that is a mauvy-brown. Worn alone, or layered together they are complimentary without being too harsh. I will enjoy these for a long time, a definite classic makeup.These are the first Christian Dior shadows I have bought in, well, 20 years. A treat as well as a quality buy.

Review by mashafromrussia: I love this palette from Dior..You get the prettiest purple/mauvey shades in this to create multiple eye looks..This shadow is so finely milled that it goes on like powdered sugar..It has wonderful pigment and it lasts! I am not too crazy about the price but these shadows are worth it in my opinion..They come in an elegant mirrored compact as well..No hassle blending..love it!

Review by funkybabe: Very beautiful shades of lavendar and mauve (like the name). I think they look beautiful on both blue and hazel eyes. I tend to go for safe brown shades more. Every time I look at this quint, I am surprised I don't reach for it more.

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LORAC Reverie

Review by scrapdoll: Definitely my new favorite e/s! LORAC e/s is definitely the best that I've tried and reverie has quickly passed my MAC coco pigment for HG neutral status. It is a beautiful shimmery taupe with a touch more brown and has a beautiful sheen. It is super silky and blendable too. Fabulous quality for 16. Go out and buy it!!

Review by franjipany: This is my first Lorac purchase as well. I purchased it to replace my Smashbox Starlit eyeshadow (it was recently discontinued). This shadow is even better than starlit IMO. The texture is amazing and it looks cool and silvery, but is definitely taupe when applied - gorgeous. Like others said, not too shimmery and not too matte. I can't believe that I haven't purchased Lorac before now. The quality is amazing so I'll definitely be looking for other colors to try!

Review by kimby83: Definitely the most beautiful taupe I ever encountered. At first I thought it's bit too heavy for daily look, but later it turns out to worth the risk. It gives your eyes a certain depth which is amazingly sophisticated.

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