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Product Review—Makeup: Jesse’s Girl Eye Dust in Baby Blues

Product Review—Makeup: Jesse’s Girl Eye Dust in Baby Blues

Have you ever thought about wearing an eyeshadow that's totally outside of you usual style? I did when I received Jessie's Girl Eye Dust in Baby Blues. 99% of the time I wear gold, bronze and earth tone eyeshadows because I think they are more attractive on my caramel skin tone.  For the first time as a makeup artist,  I was at a crossroad of  not knowing what to wear with Jessie's Girl blue eyedust. So, I let my natural instincts go to work and gave this product a whirl.  

About Jessie's Girl Eye Dust in Baby Blues:

jesse's girl baby blue eye dust

The Pure Pigment Eye Dust in “Baby Blues” is a highly pigmented pale blue powder eye shadow. Unlike other powder shadows on the market, these have no added dyes, which is how they get their “pure pigment” name. Plus, they’re available at an affordable price of $5.99 at Rite Aid stores, compared to department store brands lwhich can cost as much at $25.00.

Jessie's Girl Pure Pigment Eye Dust has 27 additional shades to fall head over heels with which can be found www.Jessiesgirlcosmetics.com.

My Observation:

IMG_20121115_6(1)Jesse's Girl Eye Dust Baby Blues is a very lightweight eyeshadow I applied Baby Blues both wet and dry to get  my desired pearl blue look. You may experience fallout when using  Jesse's Girl Eye Dust, but applying an eyeshadow primer first alleviates that problem.

Baby Blues showed off its true blue pearl-like hues which was my goal for application. And I must mention Baby Blues had a lasting effect of close to eight hours in Florida humidity. Jessie's Girl Eye Dust is quite affordable and has additional shades of vibrant popping colors.  The size is perfect— a small round container that fits right in your Princess Diva Makeup Bag.

Bling Factor:

Pro: Price, variety of shades, good color

Con: Too much fallout

Price: $4.99

Buy Again: Yes

Packaging: Convenient/Small

Overall: 4 Blings 

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