A Bold, Colorful Eye with Makeup Geek Power Pigments

Posted by Christine

01/02

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About this Look

Here’s an attempt to use the new Makeup Geek Power Pigments but they had to be used over eyeshadow primer to have any hope of blending, even application and payoff.

Step-by-Step Guide

In order to have even color payoff (well, any semblance of that) and blendability, I had to use the formula over eyeshadow primer.  You can see on the lower lash line how faded and uneven any attempt to blend the eyeshadows together without primer.

  • Inner tearduct: Potential
  • Inner lid: Transform
  • Middle of lid: Tenacious
  • Outer lid: Indestructible
  • Crease: Invincible
  • Above crease: Courageous
  • Browbone: Potential
  • Lower lash line: Whirlpool, Transform, Indestructible
Colorful
Smoky
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The upper lid work you did looks phenomenal! But, these sound like a PITA to use, though. Probably a better bet to buy either the Viseart Editorial Brights or Sugarpill singles, huh?
Biggest surprise: Indestructible and Invincible went on so nicely!

Sugarpill would be the best comparison, since their shades are eye safe, and Viseart Editorial Brights is more true to industry standard that they aren’t technically eye safe in the US. The latter would be your cheapest option for tons of brights, though, between the three! (Or waiting for one of Sugarpill’s sales.)

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