Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dust in Stack Rainbow

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dust in Stack Rainbow

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts in Stack #Rainbow

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts are loose shimmer eyeshadow pigments in tiny jars stacked above each other. These come in different sets of 5 and 8 jars. I love working with loose pigments since they’re usually super pigmented and you need just a little bit to work with unlike baked/pressed eyeshadows.

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts in Stack #Rainbow

I’m going to review the Rainbow Stackable Sparkle Dusts. This is a set of 8 different eye shadows, all shimmery, loose pigments with very good pigmentation. These eyeshadows need a proper primer on the eyelids to let them set. Otherwise, you’re going to have a hard time working with these pigments.

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts in Stack #Rainbow

The eyeshadows in the jar from left to right are:

Faces Canada Eyeshadow Stack

1. White with fine purple-yellow glitter (duochrome).
2. Mermaid green with a slight touch of blue.
3. Bright indigo blue.
4. White with fine blue-green glitter (duochrome).
5. Cream-peach.
6. Reddish pink.
7. Grey with a slight touch of purple.
8. Dark wine.

Below are the swatches on my hand with flash and without flash.

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

The two white pigments in this stack are both duochrome eyeshadows, which means they appear a different color when applied over a black base. This is usually because of how the light reflects on their pigments when applied on black base.

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

The white with fine purple glitter appears as a beautiful purple and the other white with blue-green glitter appears as a very sparkly light green when applied on black base.

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Price:

Rs. 699 for a stack of 8 eyeshadows and total of 11.2 grams.

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Pros of Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts in Stack #Rainbow:

  • Inexpensive for the number of eyeshadows in one stack.
  • Beautiful range of colors and stacks available.
  • Good pigmentation.
  • Easy to carry around.

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts

Cons of Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts in Stack #Rainbow:

• If you’ve never worked with loose pigments, you might find it difficult to work with these.

Rating:

4.5/5

Would I Repurchase Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dusts in Stack #Rainbow?

Absolutely! Though I really wish they had matte pigments.

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28 thoughts on “Faces Canada Stackable Sparkle Dust in Stack Rainbow

    1. I know right?? Especially that super glittery white one!
      Yes love, you’ll need a sticky base such as an eyeshadow primer for this to work with. You can’t use the pigments wet btw, they clump.
      xx

    1. Thanks, Visakhi! :heart:
      You should try it out, Visakhi! They’re super fun to work with and way more pigmented than pressed eyeshadows! 🙂

      Much love
      xx

  1. Thanks for the review, Preiti!
    Loved the colors! I especially loved how the duochrome white ones are looking on the black base!

  2. Preiti….you have clicked great pictures……….the pictures show the pigments in their full glory..especially the blue one :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

    1. Thank you so much, Jomol! Recently bought a new camera, loving it! 😀

      I’m planning to do a few picture tutorials, ill do one with this as well in a few days, okay? Promise. :heart:

      1. Please do Preiti……….would love to see more of it :happydance: :happydance: :happydance: :happydance: :happydance: :happydance: :happydance: :happydance: :happydance:

  3. Can you do a tutorial with these?? preiti!! :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot:
    It will give us a good idea as to how to work with them! I am planning to buy these next.
    :victory2: :victory2: :victory2:

    which primer would be best to use with these? (inexpensive)

    1. Akshima! Yes love, I’ll be doing a picture tutorial on these soon. (like in the next 3 days or so) 🙂
      You should totally buy this stack!

      I use the BH cosmetics Eye and Lip primer, I’ve also used the Urban Decay primer… Theyre not expensive. Something around $11 i guess. (?) I don’t know of any other cheaper primers… 🙁

      xx

  4. It has all the shades needed for a smokey eye , a classic eye look to go with a red satin dress (the wine one) ,the cream -peach for a warm summer evening look – and the midnight blue for an arabian nights look – the white one to open up the eyes a bit – :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: wow and at an affordable price too – looks super pigmented and of good quality – am getting this surely next. didnt know faces was so bankable :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

  5. Nice review.. Plsdo a tutorial on how to use theses loose pigments.. I bought 3 such stacks coz they looked so pretty but I don’t know how to use them… If I use a dry brush then it flies away.. If u use a wet brush it goes on patchy!! Ufff…. :nababana: :nababana:

  6. Hey Preiti ..very nice review… totally loved the pics.. :teddy: :teddy: .. I have never worked with loose eye shadows… but these are looking tempting.. Plz do the review on how to use these.. :teddy: :teddy:

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