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Hope you all are in pink of health and enjoying monsoons. It was raining here nonstop since yesterday and now the weather is lovely but due to frequent climatic changes I was suffering from cold and fever thankfully, now I am back to normal and enjoying the monsoons 😀 Coming to today’s product review it is a lovely eye shadow from nyx, let’s get more into the review.
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 colors .This top-selling eye shadow is formulated with the highest minerals for long-lasting wear.
Rs 375 for 2.7 grams.
Mica, Talc, Zinc Stearate , Methyl Methacrylate Cross Polymer, Aluminum Starch Octenylsuccinate(And)Boron Nitride, Mineral Oil, Isopropyl Myristate, Tridecyl Trimellitate, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba)Seed Oil, Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2, Polybutene, B.H.T., Methylparaben, and Propylparaben. MAY CONTAIN: Red Iron Oxide (CI 77491), Yellow Iron Oxide (CI 77492), Black Iron Oxide (CI 77499), Mica (CI 77019), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), or Manganese Violet (CI 77742).
My Experience with NYX Eyeshadow Apricot Moose:
The eye shadow comes in a basic small black square packaging with a transparent lid, which shuts well but it doesn’t come with a mirror or an applicator. The packaging is good but slightly boring.
Coming to the shadow first of all I am clueless why is it named as apricot moose instead of mousse anyways, the color still is beautiful. It is a light apricot color, more like a true peach and has some hints of pink in it. I like the fact that it is not overly pink and hence very wearable. It is perfect for all over the lids. It has a metallic finish and is quite shimmery as well. The color is really good for everyday wear; it can be worn as a light wash of color on the lids for office as well if you like wearing shimmery eye shadows. The color instantly makes my eyes look awake and open. I have worn it many times at it is with some liner and it looks really pretty and pairs well with darker shades as well especially browns. The color is not too light and hence will work well for all skin tones. As it is shimmery it gives a slight illusion of bigger and brighter eyes and gives a nice sheen without looking over the top. I feel this is a must have color in everyone’s vanity.
It is highly pigmented and just a light wash of color gives really good color payoff, and when packed with a flat shade brush it applies much more intensely and a primer is certainly not needed if you have normal to dry eyelids. The texture is amazing especially compared to some of their other shades. It is smooth and not overly soft or crumbly, and the shimmer is non-gritty and extremely finely milled and hence it blends easily. There is no fallout with this one which is really good. I have worn it without a primer on my oily eyelids and it was intact for around 5 hours after which there was creasing and fading, but a primer extends the wear time considerably.
Pros of NYX Eyeshadow Apricot Moose:
• Sturdy packaging
• Nice color it instantly brightens up the eyes and is suitable for everyday wear
• Easily available
• Texture is smooth and blends very easily
• Amazing pigmentation
• Shimmer present is very fine
• Stays for long without creasing
• Hardly any fallout
Cons NYX Eyeshadow Apricot Moose:
• None for me
Do I recommend NYX Eyeshadow Apricot Moose?
I highly recommend this particular shade, the color is really good and so is the texture and staying power !
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