Prestige Total Intensity Eyeshadow in Bewitched

Wednesday, January 9, 2013
I spotted this eyeshadow at Ulta three weeks ago and was immediately drawn to the duochromes in the display. This new range of shadows have a rather lengthy name- Long Term Relationship Fierce Color Eyeshadows. That's a mouthful. I noticed that there was one that looked like MAC Club/Urban Decay Lounge (and the whole host of clones) but I opted for this lighter shade instead.

Bewitched looks like it is tan in the pan with greenish iridescence. On the skin though, you can see that it is actually more of a reddish color, but the green iridescence is definitely apparent. I love that brushed over a black base or black eyeliner, it becomes a beautiful beetle green.
Left to right: on bare skin, over primer and swept over black liner

The formula is really wonderful. Super soft, super buttery with great color payoff.The only drawback is that it is rather delicate, I've used this about five times (I really, REALLY love this shade) already and my pan is already starting crumbling a bit. Even though I haven't dropped it or anything, chunks are starting to fall off from the pan's edges because it is just so ... creamy and delicate.

Another cool thing is that these pans are depottable. They are 26mm and fit perfectly into my MAC 15 pan palettes. Simple peel off the sticker in the back, and you'll notice a hole that you can poke a toothpick through to dislodge the pan. Similar to Make Up For Ever shadow packaging.

Here. I wore it all over the lid (blended out, it looks reddish) and smudged it over black liner for that awesome green effect.

I can't wait to try the other shadows, I pray that they are just as good as this one. Hopefully more bloggers will review them soon so that there will be more swatches available!

Have you spotted this new range of shadows by Prestige yet? Any catch your eye?

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