Thursday I went to my local Walgreens to get some lashes for prom. While I was there I was looking through the makeup, as you do, and spotted these little guys. So since it's the same packaging as their nail art product I thought it was just new colors. Then I seen that it said Eye Art. I was immediately drawn to the Peach Prism color. So I picked it up and then I seen they were buy one get one half off so I picked out the Desert Dazzler for the gold glitter in it. I used the Peach Prism in yesterday's look. It's basically a cream shadow and then the glitter is the "art" side of it for liner or detailing. A wand is for the cream shadow and a brush is for the glitter side. It's very on trend for the "liquid" lids look that's going on. I will say Peach Prism is similar to Amber Rush from Loreal. So far I like the product. The glitter is a little thick and goopey, so I don't really think much detailing could be done with it. If you want to use it as liner you would about half to put another liner on first to provide definition. If you want to just add glitter to the lid you could apply it with your ring finger but I don't really like it that way because it picks up some of the lid color and makes it kinda patchy. The cream shadow part I apply with the wand straight to the eye. It's most intense that way and when you use your finger you have to work fast with it and I found that it made it more sheer and if you tried to build then you'd need to let it dry and then add your next layer or it would again get patchy because it gets tacky as it dries. Also, you can't really blend it with a brush or anything because it just rolls up or crumbles so it has to be lid color, so be sure of where you place it. What I love is that it's easy to use the wand and apply it on the lower lash line and it stays intense and "wet" looking which is hard to do on the lower lash line. This is great for cut crease looks, it's also an easy look that looks like you put more work into it than you did. In each look I only used the cream on the lid and lower lash line and then I used just a simple blending color for the crease. I used the glitter pretty much the same way in each definitely more on the lower lash line, and with the green look over top of the winged liner as you can see. These were $8.50 buy one get one free at Walgreens and it's $5.99 at Ulta. I love them I think they're interesting and unique so I would say give them a try if you're interested.
This is swatches of the cream shadow when used with your finger. As you can see the Peach Prism is a little see through.
I'm from Tennessee. I'm a makeup and skincare lover. I have always enjoyed creating looks but I love to help people with product knowledge and application even more. I've been able to do these things because God has seen fit to bless me with the opportunity.