Hi all, In my makeup envy history, I have attained one more height, all the credit goes to IMBB. Thanks to Rati ji & all the other ladies in the IMBB list. Yes, I have started to buy many products after reading them in IMBB. After joining IMBB only, I have started to use eye pencils and lip liners and I came to know what a primer is and how to use that appropriately.
I have came to know many articles related to cosmetic products and their brands. Today, I am going to review about Deborah Milano Eye shadow. All these days, I have never used an eye shadow while using eyeliners or eye definer. Now, I have started using it. Recently, through 99 labels, I bought Deborah Milano Mono Hi Tech Shadow and started using it.
Let’s look at the Company’s Claims about the Product:
Multi-reflecting eye shadow. Glides on evenly and adheres perfectly. Looks gorgeous all day long. Use wet & dry for a versatile application. With special curved applicator. Hypoallergenic*.
*Formulated to minimise the risk of allergies.
Deborah Milano Mono Hi Tech Eye shadows have plenty of cool shades which don’t have large number of loud colours and this can be used for daily application .It looks pretty simple and cool when it is applied with eyeliner.
My Pick is shade no. 32. They don’t have any names like Drizzling Brown, Divine Pink. They have only numbers that too they are not sequenced. I don’t have any idea why they have named this particular shade as 32 (Only Deborah Milano knows why).
It comes with an applicator, a small curved eye shadow applicator.
My Experience with Deborah Milano Mono Hi Tech Eyeshadow
This is my first single eyeshadow and also the first product from Deborah Milano. I just love this shade as it goes well with all my outfits, let it be traditional or modern. Mine is wheatish skin tone, so I always go with cool and brown-shaded tones. The small curved applicator comes handy with this case. Eyeshadow can be applied in both wet and dry.
When speaking about the shade, it is somewhat light brown shade with some glitters in it. When applied, it seems to be in a pinkish shade, but when it is applied in wet, i.e., with a primer as a base, it seems to be too dark.
Here in this picture, I have used Deborah – Mono Hi Tech Eye shadow, shade No. 32 with Bourjiois Khol & Contour – Black. I have just tried a simple look:
Okay, let’s check out the Thumbs up and Thumbs down Factors:
Thumbs Up Factors of Deborah Milano Mono Hi Tech Eyeshadow
- Small cakey eyeshadow which can be carried out easily in our makeup pouches.
- Comes handy with the applicator. No need of using a separate brush.
- Fall out is low.
- Price is quite acceptable when compared with other eye shadows.
- As the company claims, it doesn’t cause any allergic reaction on the skin.
Thumbs Down Factors of Deborah Milano Mono Hi Tech Eyeshadow
- It doesn’t have any details about expiry date.
- It doesn’t have any details about the ingredients list.
- No instructions and caution list.
It is actually a good pick and a budget buy. It is an awesome product for someone who doesn’t have any issues about the ingredient list. I will surely try the other shades.
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