Baked eye shadows? Are they worth the hype?

Baked eye shadows are a must. So I thought it was a must to try. Firstly, baked eye shadows are mixture of mineral pigments and baked – usually in the sun- in order to set and give us a new incredible smooth texture. It can give us two looks, a dry application will give us a more natural finish but the wet – OMG – will give us a more intense dramatic look. It last longer than the normal eye shadow. They are using different pigments in order to have a –sheer- marbled look.

Lorac Baked Matte Satin Eye Shadow

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I have bought it online, in navy blue color at $22.00. Well for one shadow you can’t tell that is cheap but it is a bright and enough shimmery as it should be. It blends beautifully. It doesn’t age well, for some reason if you want to keep it for few months it will lose some kind of its formula., but if you are a person that will use regularly the specific eye shadow it worth to at least give it a try!

Amount of product: 0.08 oz

Rating
Formula: 8/10
Price: 7/10
Application: 9.5/10
Overall Rating: 8.2/10
Worth the hype? Yes

KLEANCOLOR American Eyecon Mono baked eye shadow

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When I saw their marbled colours I fell in love with them and I’ve bought a punch of them (terracotta, khaki, malt, glitter pine, bronze, gold) on the unbelievable price of $1.00 each. Of course, I was a little skeptical on the begging if the formula was good upon its price. When I took them in my hands I was so a-m-a-z-e-d! The application is smooth and blends easily, the formula worth everything and they doesn’t age at all. All colours are enough pigmented and work beautifully dry and wet!

Amount of product: 0.15 oz

Rating
Formula: 10/10
Price: 10/10 (Can it be 20/10?)
Application: 10/10
Overall rating: 10/10
Worth the hype? Absolutely YES

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