My eyeshadow is a work of art

Yesterday in my mailbox, I was thrilled to finally find the small command that I had spent at Milani. I had seen their eyelid blushes in an American magazine and whaou !!! I had been taped before the intensity of their color and marbling of these blushes.

It would be believed before a canvas of an Impressionist both reflections are sublime, and when I opened my package I was also amazed to this small case.

Ombre à paupières milani

I will a little detailing you this named gem Green Fortune because it is well worth.
Milani, California brand, aims to create an adaptable to all ethnic groups makeup colors on both marry white skins as black. Their eyeshadows are cooked on tiles in Terra cotta and what gives their mottle.
There are a mixture of different colours : a lime green, a tender green, a purple grape, a blue sky , and copper and gold patches .
When you DAB the brush in the color green which predominates is an olive green with Golden glints.
As for a lot of products cooked, This eyeshadow can be placed either wet or dry. By applying to the wet eye the color intensifies make it darker look. The sec application will create a more subtle and soft effect. One or the other, the effect is just amazing.
Résultats de l'ombre à paupières milani Green Fortune
This product is not only beautiful to look at, but one gets a shade on the eye that I love. The spring collection 2012 is truly sublime, other colors were also attracted to me but they are less impressive than those of this blush.
Différentes couleurs pour l'ombre à paupières milani Green Fortune
Kisses and good Saturday !
Rendez-vous sur Hellocoton !

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2 Responses

  1. lilimignonne says:

    Wow indeed ! exceptional !

  2. Serena says:

    She is superb !

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