New York Color Sparkle Eyedust
The eyeshadow itself is super pigmented and at first I felt like I had applied too much. The color is bright and shimmery, and definitely popped. I added some green to it because I felt it really went well with it. Of course I hadn't realized my eyeliner was messed up until after editing the photo, doh! my bad. As you can see though the color looks great and blended really well. I used the applicator and a regular make-up brush. While the applicator worked alright, I still really prefer a brush instead. The applicator is like the type you'd have on a lip gloss. I found it to be a bit messy when pulling it out to use it. It would get a little bit too much eyeshadow onto it which cause a bit of fallout. No matter how I pulled the applicator out (slow, fast) it still ending up dropping eyeshadow all over the place. It wasn't too big of a deal at the beginning, but I had to be careful when reapplying it because I didn't want it to get all over my clothes. Speaking of reapplying, it actually was hours before I had to touch it up a bit. It definitely would last the whole night if you had a date or ladies night out, and you wouldn't have to mess with it.
There are a total of 10 shades
- 879 Opal Sparkle: Shimmery White
- 880 Golden Champagne: Light Shimmery God
- 881 Pink Topaz: Very Light Pink S
- 882 Smokey Topaz Light Purple Shimmer with brown undertones
- 883 Amber Glitz: Darker Shimmery Gold
- 884 Bronze Shimmer
- 885 Amethyst Dazzle
- 886 Aquamarine Sparkle
- 887 Brilliant Sapphire
- 888 Diamond Dust
The best thing is that they're super affordable so you can get every color and not have a huge hit to your wallet. They're only about $2 a piece so why not try them all out? You can find pictures of all the available colors on the NYC Color website: Click Here.
Disclaimer: I received this product in the Influenster #ParadiseVoxbox for the sole purpose of reviewing it. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.