I recently posted an article on the Tarte Chrome Paint Shadow Pots (you can read more about this product, see photos and view swatches here). I wanted to show how you these pots can be used to create a quick eyeshadow look which still adds a little something to your eyes.
All you need to re-create these looks are a Tarte Chrome Paint Shadow Pot for the lid (I used Unleashed on the lid in the top two photos and Frose on the lid in the bottom two photos), matte brown powder(s) for the crease, an eyeshadow close to your skintone to highlight the browbone and some mascara. I used the Smashbox Step By Step Contour Palette for my crease and highlight colours, as everything is in one place and easy to hand.
You can easily vary this look by using any other eyeshadow on the lid for a quick go-to look whenever time is tight.
Click ‘Read More’ to see how to re-create these looks:
Tarte Chrome Paint Shadow Pots in Unleashed (left) and Frose (right)
I’ve been using the Tarte Chrome Paint Shadow Pots (Unleashed and Frose) for some time now and think they are amazing for creating a beautiful but quick eyeshadow look. I found myself reaching for them again and again when I had my second child, as I was able to create an eyeshadow look so quickly when time to get myself ready was (and still is!) very tight. They continue to be a go-to-product for me, particularly when I need something quick to use but still want to add a little extra something to my eyes.
The Tarte Chrome Paint Shadow Pots have the most amazing metallic, shimmery and intense sheen when applied to the lids. They can be used on their own with a quick sweep of mascara, or combined with other eyeshadow colours if you have more time to spare. I highly recommend these pots if you want a high shine, metallic and beautiful look in minimal time!
Click ‘Read More’ below to read more on this product, see photos and view swatches.
You can see some looks I have created using the Tarte Chrome Paint Shadow Pots here.
Last year, I posted about the Kiko 02 Feisty Saffron Eyeshadow Palette, which was part of Kiko’s limited edition ‘Green Me’ collection. Kiko has released the Green Me collection again this year and included the 02 Feisty Saffron Palette. I thought it would be helpful to flag up my post from last year, in case you are considering purchasing this palette. I thought that this palette was a great smaller and cheaper alternative to Urban Decay’s Naked Heat Palette and Tarte’s Toasted Palette.
Last year’s post included a sneak peek of products I picked up from a recent trip to Kiko. Click here to see the post.
Interested in reading about other Kiko products? You can find my other Kiko postshere or by going into Faves, Hauls & Brands/Brands/Kiko on the menu bar.
I came across this ’20 Beauty Questions’ make-up tag on a make-up and lifestyle blog calledAmber&Amethyst(which she found on Beautify Brooke). Here are my answers to the make-up tag. Hope you enjoy reading the post!
I’ve pasted the questions at the end of the post, so feel free to let me know your answers in the comments section below. I always love finding out about other people’s favourite products and make-up stashes:o).