I am back to reviewing some eye shadows. I had some old NYX eye shadows to review. These products were waiting to be reviewed for 2-3 months now. Let’s get started!
NYX’s Single Eye shadow is richly pigmented eye shadow in over 160 shades. Soft and silky NYX Single Eye shadows are great on their on their own or blended for a beautiful prism of colours. This top-selling eye shadow is formulated with the highest minerals for long-lasting wear.
My Experience with NYX ES60 Aqua Eyeshadow:
Packaging: NYX single eye shadow comes in a cute little rectangular packaging with a transparent opening that lets you see the shade clearly. It opens and shuts with an audible click. Once locked, it doesn’t open if kept in your purse or handbag. I like the simple packaging.
Colour/Pigmentation: ‘Aqua’ is a very unique blue shade with grey and brown in it. It has shimmers in it which make it even more gorgeous looking. It’s more of a shimmery denim blue. The pigmentation is very low, but you can use it wet or build up the colour to intensify the look!
Texture: This eyeshadow is very soft and smooth. It’s extremely finely milled and you can feel the chalkiness as soon as you swipe the shadow. It causes a lot of fallout since it is so chalky and powdery. But, it blends in very easily.
Staying power: It stays on my lids for 4-5 hours without a primer. Though, a primer could extend the staying power by another 2-3 hours.
Summing up the pros and cons:
Pros of NYX ES60 Aqua Eyeshadow:
• Pretty shade
• Blends very easily
• Nice packaging
• Decent staying power
Cons of NYX ES60 Aqua Eyeshadow:
• Staying power could be improved
• Not pigmented
I like the colour, but I wish it was more pigmented.
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