Faces Cosmetics Eyeshadows-Part 2

*Post originally written by Olivia J on The Unknown Beauty Blog.*

This is my second installment of my Faces Cosmetics eyeshadows.  Again they are numbered and show no particular order in value of color, just a mix of colors that are either useful and wearable for everyday or artistically useful. 

Here are 10 more:

  • 64-Matte medium milky tawny peach
  • 66-Metallic medium dark copper brown.  Red in tone but not too much.
  • 73-Matte medium olive without the pimento.
  • 95-Matte light medium cerulean blue
  • 103-Matte light medium dusty peach
  • 104-Matte medium gray
  • 109-Matte white
  • 111-Metallic medium golden orange
  • 118-Metallic bronze that leans towards yellow (warm)
  • 125-Metallic dark copper.  More red than #66.

Faces Cosmetics eyeshadows
64 and 103 are nice neutral colors for the orbital ridge for anyone that has fair to medium skin tone.  Gives the look of that no-makeup makeup look.  111 may look scary but for dark skin tones this adds a nice touch without it turning gold.

Next 10:

  • 126-Metallic medium golden burnt orange
  • 127-Shimmer medium almond coral
  • 128-Shimmer medium violet
  • 129-Satin ecru with gold flecks.  Leans towards yellow.
  • 132-Satin medium salmon coral pink with a smattering of gold flecks.
  • 137-Shimmer duochrome fuchsia that flashes blue/purple.
  • 144-Metallic beige.
  • 147-Metallic medium wheat.  Darker sister to 144.
  • 153-Shimmer dark slightly muted burgundy.
  • 159-Shimmer duochrome of ivory that flashes violet/pink.

Faces Cosmetics Eyeshadows

This bunch is pretty wearable for everyone.  It is a matter of how comfortable you would feel in the colors.  137 when I first saw it, I thought not wearable, but in my EOTD, very wearable.  159 is a nice one to layer over other colors to change the characteristic of them or just wear it alone.

Like I said in my previous post, I am not sure if all are available.  Some may be discontinued.  The swatches are pretty crappy on their website but the collection of colors, pigment, and texture are wonderful. Part 3 up soon!
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