Pin It Don't let the cream-to-powder part fool you; it is more of a cream cream that is dryer than most creams but moist enough for the lashline. If I compare this to a pro product like Joe Blasco Ultamattes, Jane Iredale is more consumer friendly and requires less precision and/or blending when used as an eyeshadow or liner. Yes, this can be used as a cream eyeshadow. The colors are practical and nice-deep matte brown, golden shimmer brown, and shimmery copper brown.
Julie Hewett Hue Colours. The colors are pretty universal for a brown set. The brown can be dark but it is never a black brown. If you do find the brown too dark, just layer any of the two shimmer colors over to soften the lining effect.
There really isn't much product in the pan(s) but just enough for it to last awhile unless you use the shimmer colors as eyeshadows, then expect those to disappear first. The price is steep at $26USD and I have to admit it doesn't have the pretty packaging like the hoity-toity lines out there, but it does its job. (By the time you read this, it has already been depotted anyway!)
Is it good? Yes, for its ease in application especially for a mature woman (like my mum). Is it worth it to buy considering the amount? Yes, because just when you get bored, you will probably have used it too many times and have hit the pan. Besides, you get more than one color. Oh just go take a look at this one if you can! :-)
Can be found at skincarebotanica.com
Ingredients: Ethyl Macadamiate, Isostearyl Neopentanoate, Beeswax (Apis Mellifera), Polyethylene, Hydrated Silica, Syringa Vulgaris (lilac) Extract, May Contain (+/-): Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Mica (CI 77019), Iron Oxides (CI 77489, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Manganese Violet (CI 77742), Carmine (CI 75470) (CI 75470), Ultramarines (CI 77007), Chromium Oxide Greens (CI 77288)