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Friday, November 21, 2014

EccoBella Enlightenment Collection Review



The Enlightenment Collection is a compilation of yin and yang, shadow and light. Complementary forces that play over and over again in color and application, with pure, elegant simplicity. I was very excited to try this compact and I loved that it was eye shadow and blush in one case I knew that would make it very easy to travel with.



The Collection consists of a trio of stunning powders, a lipstick and a gloss. It's retail price is $90.70 but for you we've made it $65.95. A savings of $24.75.




I was very sad to see my blush arrived shattered so that is why there is only a portion of it in the picture. It was all over but no worries, I used it any way. I was very skeptical about using yellow and blue together because although I've seen clothing with that combination, it seemed odd for eyeshadow.

I was extremely worried about the blue being navy/royal blue and thought it would be super dark and over shadow the gold/yellow. I was very surprised when I started playing with the shadow duo. The first look I tried was the yellow as a lid color and the blue as the crease color. Neither were heavily pigmented so they were not dark or overbearing. Then I tried the blue as the lid and the yellow as the crease. Both were very pretty looks.

When my husband got home (he despises blue shadow) I asked him how he liked my eyeshadow. He said I think it would be a nice evening look! I was blown away that he liked it. I actually was blown away that I liked it. I never wear blue shadows. I like the different colors but normally can't pull many of the brighter ones off.

The powders include:

Purity - a clean sheer blush / highlighter.
Celestial - a heavenly eye shadow
Mystic - our wet / dry powder which can be used wet as a liner and dry as a shader.

Each product is made up of a Flower wax enriched formula to prevent moisture from migrating from the skin, helping colors to glide on smooth and stay true throughout the day. Compact comes with it’s own sponge applicator. Gluten-free. Vegan. Paraben free, talc free.

blush

shadows




I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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