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Quick Look at Suva Beauty Eyeshadows

*Post originally written by Olivia J on The Unknown Beauty Blog. If you see this post elsewhere, it has been stolen.*


Suva Beauty is a brand I love.  Even though their products are mostly aimed towards the youthful color-experimenting crowd; the line is wise-owl friendly thanks to the formulation of their products.  With this in mind, I ended up purchasing a few more eyeshadows to satisfy not only the neutral side of me, but the colorful side.

Suva Beauty Neutral Necessity Palette started my addiction for this brand.  These mattes were not only pigmented; they were creamy.  Creamy mattes are a slight oxymoron especially with today's fast makeup selling pace. Pressing out a palette weekly is the standard.  After all, pressing powders has become quite easy, just mix with pigment and a small amount of binders.  Adhesion to skin isn't really necessary anymore since everyone will buy an eyeshadow base or some kind of primer.  But what if you want to skip this step?  These are the eyeshadows to buy!

Here are the new ones I bought and to tell you the truth, I wish I had all the money in the world to buy them all!

Suva Beauty Eyeshadows


  • SEED - This is a dark matte neutral brown with some characteristics of a dark taupe.  This is one must-have color if you want a good crease color.
  • Resort - I have a weakness for red eyeshadows, especially beautiful jewel-toned ones.  This is not the clown-red.  This is a deep metallic red.  It is one of the most breath-taking reds I have seen.
  • Ba - The picture doesn't do it justice.  It is a blue-purple with hints of red.  It isn't exactly duochrome but it isn't exactly one color.  If you love purples, this is one to add to your collection.  Goes well with neutrals and reds!
  • Bula - If you love neutrals and want one with a bit more bang to those boring shimmers, this is the one to get.  It is has a burnished gold shimmer.  Nothing yellow gold nor bronze gold, just that sooty gold which works great for a smoky eye or an eyeliner.
  • Bamboo - This one is the green metallic grass color.  If you love St. Patricks day, this is the one for you!  
  • Cherry Cola - This is a metallic brown mixed with burgundy.  If you ask me, I think it looks more like the color of Dr. Pepper or Mr. Pibb!

The Swatches


Here are the swatches of these eyeshadows.  You can see the intensity of them.  None of these were applied wet and none were applied onto a cream base.  Yes, Suva Beauty does sell cream bases and they are definitely a necessity but if you skip the base, they still apply onto the lids very well.

A few suggestions when using these eyeshadows since they are more creamy than other brands.  For the metallic shimmers, I find either a firm brush, a sponge tip, or even a finger the best application tool.  These are not the everyday type of dusty shimmer shadows.  They have substance to them and a fluffy brush will not pick up much.  With that in mind, they are easy to blend out and they also make great eyeliners.  If you use some type of eyeliner sealant or any method of it, then you pretty much will have your eyeliner collection with these shadows. For matte eyeshadows, I suggest a firm brush for application, and a fluffy one to blend them out.  They do blend out very well on the skin to the point where you can sheer them out.

Remember, not to think of these as just eyeshadows!  I find Madrid matte eyeshadow as an excellent bronzer and Lock Bridge as a great uplifting blush!  (Both in the Neutral Necessity Palette.) Any of the light shimmers can be used as highlighters.  Any of the colors can be layered and mixed to create a new one since these pigments aren't the murky type of tertiary colors.  Just because you don't see a taupe doesn't mean there isn't one.  I dip my brush into Seed eyeshadow and Shanghai Nights (from the Neutral Necessity Palette) to get that soft taupe color.

What makes these eyeshadows great is not only the affordability in price but the ability for anyone of any age to use them.  If you haven't tried these eyeshadows, yes you are missing out!

You can buy these on the Suva Beauty website which offers international shipping.  They also have a list of retailers.  Maybe, there is one close to you.  If you are in the USA, I can't emphasize enough the fast shipping and great customer service at District Glow.  As always a mention of me, Olivia, and The Unknown Beauty Blog is appreciated.


Shop Suva Beauty @District Glow

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