Sneak Peek: Stila Spring Shimmer & Glow / Glitter & Glow Eyeshadows Photos & Swatches

Stila Boheme Spring Shimmer & Glow
Stila Boheme Spring Shimmer & Glow

For spring, there are new shades in the Stila Shimmer & Glow Liquid Eye Shadow ($24.00 for 0.153 oz.) range as well as in the Magnificent Metals Glitter & Glow Liquid Eye Shadow ($24.00 for 0.135 oz.) line-up.  Here are swatches…

Stila Spring 2018

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This was my first thought seeing this! Just sending a huge eyeroll towards Stila, I thought we got past the stage where everyone used that word to sound edgy and bohemian. They could have easily called the same color “Witchy” or something similar.

Would the best way to title/state the name be censoring with using “G*psy” – I was originally going to make a comment about the usage in the actual review but for “archive” purposes, what would be the best way to write it out? (There are other products in the past with the same word in the name, and I’d like to go through them all and re-title.)

Thank you!

Boheme and Perlina are so pretty! If there was only a way for me to be able to wear liquid eyeshadows like these without any weird allergy tearing breaking down their structural integrity on my lids… wondering if Nyx Glitter Primer could give enough of fixative effect? 🤔

I have bought every single shade they have ever released of the Magnificent Metals Glitter & Glow and the Shimmer & Glow. The formula on both is just stunning I’m obsessed. They can just push an eye look to the next level in my opinion!!

Yay! So happy to see that word is finally crossing over into being unacceptable! Thanks for being willing to take a stand about it, Christine. 🙂

Boheme swatches as beautiful as Kitten. I picked up the holiday kit that had 3 shimmer and 3 glitters and all 3 shimmers are gorgeous, they don’t flake or crack, there’s no fallout and I always receive compliments when I wear them.

Carefree and Freedom are gorgeous. I’m sad to see a shade named “G*psy.” My editor and I were just talking about brands using this slur in their product names, and how we can’t cover good brands in our magazine because they have names like that. It’s inexcusable in this day and age.

I didn’t know about the word g-psy. We had the king of the g-psys buried in my hometown we loved going to the cemetery at Memorial Day. They weren’t Romanian I lived in a tiny town in the Midwest. Sorry tho!

I do want the g-psy shade and enchantress. Maybe Boheme. I’m more into the glitter shades than the liquid eye shadow.

Thanks for sharing Christine.

AH!
Love Boheme and Carefree. However, Boheme looks so close to my $5 ELF liquid shadow (or close enough), that Carefree will be my choice–plus great for spring!

I can’t decide what’s more disappointing: How patchy Fairy Tale looks, or the use of a racial slur.

No, wait, I can decide, definitely the tired use of the g-word.

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