Spring is here and there is no prettier way to celebrate the season than to update your makeup wardrobe with pretty, soft, wearable eyeshadows. It’s time to ditch your deep, dark sultry shadows, and embrace pretty, soft, yet vibrant colors for your eyeshadow. One palette I have recently tried and fallen in love with is Clarins Limited Edition Garden Escape 6-Colour Eye Palette (Wet & Dry).
Discover the dazzling new nature of spring beauty with six new shadows for softly-defined eyes.
Flower-embossed shades of pinks, pearly white, two spring greens and intense taupe are the season’s perfect picks.
How to apply
Blend, mix, layer and merge colors to create a myriad of effects. TIP: Glide on dry for a soft nuance of color. Apply wet for sophisticated elegance.
I love how wearable the color are in the Clarins Limited Edition Garden Escape 6-Colour Eye Palette Wet & Dry are. From the pearly white to the deep green, they all have great pigment for a pop of color, even on my brown skin. And, true to the claim, they are soft and pretty when applied dry, but have extra depth and dimension when applied wet.
My favorite in the palette is the deeper green which I love as a liner or for creating jewel toned smoky eye. The deep pink is pretty and brightens up the lid when used close to the lash line, and the taupe is perfect for a nude wash of color on my skin tone.
I have used this palette on a few occasions, and found that the shadows are long-wearing and retain their color, even after hours of wear. Big bonus for the fact that Clarins Limited Edition Garden Escape 6-Colour Eye Palette Wet & Dry shadows don’t irritate my eyes, even when I use them close to my water line as a liner.
Pro: Great pigment, soft wearable color, long-wearing, pops on brown skin
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings — gorgeous compact with the signature Clarins red velvet case
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredient: N/A
Cruelty Free: Yes
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