|Sula Creme Shadows and Lip & Cheek Tine|
|Sula lip & cheek tint and creme shadows|
These were not the type of cream eyeshadows that would dry up since there was no silicone oil and such in them, just a bunch of moisturizing oils which made me question the longevity. Anyway, the two I bought were Sparks Fly-a soft shimmery blue and Why Not-a shimmery golden green. Getting back to the ingredients, I find these similar to Julie Hewett's Hue Colours but not as thick, making them less pigmented but the sheerness and the softness of shimmer really makes them easier to work with than most cream shadow/liners. These also aren't greasy/creamy like other "cream" shadows, so the tendency to last really varies on the technique. Here, on my eye are wore it over an eyebase that had been set with powder. Worked out quite well with Sparks Fly. Not bad, right?
|Sula Creme shadow in Sparks Fly|
There were other products in the line like soft pretty eyeshadows and powder blushes which have stained my brain, eventually will have to try those out too. Pencils and lip glosses were available too. This isn't a bad line at all for a drugstore brand. In fact, I find the line very refreshing both in color and packaging. Go try it if you see Sula at your store!