Wednesday, July 13th, 2011


Giorgio Armani Pulp Fiction (4) Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow

Giorgio Armani Pulp Fiction (4) Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow

Giorgio Armani Pulp Fiction (4) Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow ($32.00 for 0.14 oz.) is a muted gray with a hint of brown and burgundy shimmer. theBalm’s Come Hither was the closest shade I could think of that was similar. It’s less brown, more obviously purple. It’s a complex mix of brown, gray, burgundy. When used wet, it appears browner, less gray, so it looks a touch darker.  The color payoff is good but not fully opaque when dry or wet, and it doesn’t apply quite as evenly as other shades in the range.

The texture of the Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadows is interesting; it’s a really compacted loose powder, but it’s so finely milled that it almost feels like a hybrid cream-powder. Each pot contains 0.14 oz. worth of product, which is a good amount, given that most pressed eyeshadows average around 0.05 oz. I have worn around half of the range alone on lids with 12+ hours of wear without creasing, smudging, or fading.

The Glossover

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product

#4

B+
I like the complexity of the color, because you can see the different shades coming together and creating something with curves and secrets, but it could be a touch more pigmented and even in application.

Product

8.5/10

Pigmentation

9/10

Texture

8.5/10

Longevity

10/10

Application

4/5

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Giorgio Armani Pulp Fiction (4) Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow


Giorgio Armani Pulp Fiction (4) Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow


Giorgio Armani Pulp Fiction (4) Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow


Giorgio Armani Pulp Fiction (4) Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow


Giorgio Armani Pulp Fiction (4) Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow (Dry/Wet)

Product & Review FAQ

Where can I purchase a #4? How much is it?

Is it limited edition?

No.

Any dupes?

theBalm's Come Hither was the closest shade I could think of that was similar. It's less brown, more obviously purple.

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17 thoughts on “Giorgio Armani Pulp Fiction (4) Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadow Review, Photos, Swatches

  1. Fey

    Ohhhh so pretty! I love the name, too. This would be so beautiful for an updated smoky eye. Pulp Fiction + a black/red color on this lid.

  2. I want this just cause its called pulp fiction! Lol :)

  3. Not impressed. It looks cooler in the pot! xP

  4. Avatar of Mariella Mariella

    It seems to look better dry, which is unusual.

  5. Avatar of Jill AnGeLwInGz

    Nice color but I wouldn’t splurge on it. Pulp Fiction is one of my fave movies though.

  6. Rosie

    This is a neat color!

  7. Avatar of Sandy Sandhya

    It doesn’t look like anything special to me.

  8. Roberta

    It reminded me of one of the products developed for the MAC Rodarte Collection (the one that never was).

  9. Wow… That’s absolutely beautiful.

  10. Avatar of Susanne Susanne

    I think it’s pretty but not thàt pretty. I’m sure there’s a mac pigment out there who’ll give the same effect and color.

  11. Helen

    This is way cool! It really does have depth and complexity on the eyelids.

  12. vsbeauty

    Nice color, seems like it will be a great fall color.

  13. Elizabeth

    This is my favourite shade of the collection! I wish mine had more red flecks running through it like yours – mine has way less. Because of this, mine is a lot less brown, way more silvery/taupe/lilac. I slightly prefer your swatches. I guess that’s just the nature of these types of products.

  14. Lulee

    I think this color is amazing in real life and I had no pigmentation issues. However, it wasnt the most flattering on my skintone so I passed

  15. Ananthi Parkin

    Agree with you saying that this colour does not apply as evenly as the other ones. No matter how much i blended it still looked like ive not done a good job!

  16. Brittany

    It looks so pretty in the pan, i really love the red little eyeshadows in the mix but sadly it gets lost when blended. =/