Cle de Peau Satin Eye Color ($45.00 for 0.07 oz.) in 111 (soft chocolate brown) and 114 (soft pink) are part of Cle de Peau’s Captivante Collection. It also features three other new shades — 112 (light blue), 113 (dark brown), and 115 (pale purple).
I originally reviewed Cle de Peau’s Satin Eye Color a few weeks ago. These new-for-spring shades are exactly the same in terms of feel, quality, and texture. They’re buttery, silky smooth, and so, so soft. They’re not chalky or powdery, but they almost feel like a buttery cream when you apply them. One thing I like about these is you can wear them with or without a base, because the formula is designed to adhere to the lid without a base.
- 111 is a softened medium chocolate brown that comes off as mostly neutral in its undertones, so it’s a great, universal brown.
- 114 is a pretty petal pink with a subtle sheen and shimmer. Like 111, it isn’t too warm or cool–a pink that can be worn by many.
I wore both shades in this look I posted last week. I liked how they looked soft and touchable, but they still delivered plenty of color. If you love the brightness of Make Up For Ever and MAC eyeshadows, Cle de Peau is not a stand-in by any means. If you love pigmented, but still soft and wearable, colors, like Chanel and Dior, Cle de Peau may be more your style.
These eyeshadows are undeniably expensive, and Cle de Peau is not a brand for everyone. Keep in mind that it is a luxury brand, and part of luxury is that not everyone can afford it, so the price completely reflects that. They are excellent eyeshadows, but they’re certainly more of a splurge item for many of us, including myself.
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- Product: 29/30
- Value: 7/10
- Ease of Use: 4/5
- Packaging: 4/5
Availability: Neiman Marcus