The SUQQU Blend Color Eyeshadow in 04 Keshizumi reminds of chocolate bars. Like chocolate, this palette is absolutely delicious and the taupe is totally mouth-watering – easily one of the most gorgeous taupes I have in my collection. Stick to the end of this post, I have a sneak preview of the look I created with this palette.
The Blend Color Eyeshadow palette comes in a sleek, polished black casing just like the Balancing Cheeks (reviewed here) but slightly bigger. It contains a total of 6.5g of product, made in Japan.
The SUQQU Blend Color Eyeshadow in 04 Keshizumi comes with 2 shimmery shades and 2 matte shades. From left to right, we have a shimmery alice blue which is almost silvery, a shimmery taupe with multi-dimensional sparkles, a matte white and a deep, matte seal brown with a purple undertone.
Texture of all the eyeshadows are amazing. Ultra fine and smooth. They are not creamy but incredibly soft to touch. However, the eyeshadows are not as pigmented as compared to Urban Decay and/or Inglot. I had to swatch the eyeshadows with a primer under to show the colours well. I suppose they are made to be sheer for layering purpose.
View the full look here.
Overall, I am loving the SUQQU Blend Color Eyeshadow in 04 Keshizumi.
Although the colours are not totally unique, the excellence in texture and formulation made up for it. The eyeshadows are very blendable, it doesn’t fade nor crease (with or without a primer), the colours are buildable, the powder glides onto the lids so delicately – almost like a veil which doesn’t accentuate fine lines around the eye area unlike some shimmery eyeshadows do and a little goes a long way. I also like how this palette contains a mixture of shimmery and matte colours – perfect to amplify or tone down a look for any event.
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