Mesauda Milano Cosmetics Earth Spirits Baked Eyeshadows Review/Swatch


Hello Beauties! I have not posted anything since last 2-3 days as I am on vacation and while leaving home I thought I will get enough time for blogging but sadly No! Leaving hotel in the morning and then come back to hotel in night after roaming around in and out city, and feel so tired by end of the day. Finally today got some time to post blog.Today I am going to review Mesauda Milano Cosmetics Earth Spirits Baked Eyeshadows (£9.95) which I have been sent very kindly to review on my blog. I have selected 3 shades to review – Tigers eye(Ref 02), Amber(Ref 06) and Agate(Ref 03). There are total 12 different shades available in this range. These eyeshadows can be used dry for a luminous and transparent effect, or with a slightly wet brush to have a more covering and long-lasting makeup. These eyeshadows are luminous and light in application it assures a pleasant make-up, releasing a thin and comfortable film on the skin. They are mineral oil free and infused with Vitamin E acetate and Jojoba Oil.

The black packaging of these eyeshadows are gorgeous and very professional looking. It is sleek and simple. When I opened the lid of the eyeshadows, they look really pigmented and when I swatched, they turned out to be just that. All of the three eyeshadows are so gorgeous and beautiful bronzy/coppery shades. These eyeshadows are really soft to touch and have amazing colour payoff. They are not patchy or powdery at all. Shimmers in it are not chunky. These eyeshadows have subtle shine in it and easily applied to eyes with dry or damp brush and even you can work with finger to apply them. There is minimal fallout during application.

In swatch all the eyeshadows applied dry and look much pigmented. These eyeshadows can also be applied with wet applicator for a metallic effect and a more pronounced explosive look. The texture is not dusty, it is soft and this allows to manage the product with ease. They are very easy to blend. If you apply this type of eyeshadow on a base, it looks more intense. I found them excellent quality and very functional. Agate shade is so gorgeous, it is like pearl beige with golden veins and it gives nice shimmery effect. And I am going to use this lot in summer. Amber is shimmery copper shade and would look more beautiful on warm skin tones. Tigers eye is one of my favourite shade out of all three, it is beautiful brown bronzy shade with gold glitters inside, I am going to wear it lot during Indian weddings and functions.

All the shades last quite longer on eyelids without creasing and they are all decent to wear. Lovely sheen and metallic shades. I have not tried using them wet, but I think as wet they will stay much longer and the shimmers in it will not go here and there. Having tried using them as dry after 4-5 hours I see some shimmers here and there around my eyes and on cheeks so I recommend them to use as wet or with good base. Otherwise they look gorgeous on eyes and beautiful shades available in this range to try.

What do you think about Mesauda Milano Cosmetics Earth Spirits Baked Eyeshadows? Which is your favourite shade out of all three? Please let me know in comments.

You can buy Mesauda Milano Cosmetics Earth Spirits Eyeshadows from here.

Thank you,

SilkyResh

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10 thoughts on “Mesauda Milano Cosmetics Earth Spirits Baked Eyeshadows Review/Swatch

  1. Really nice review as always! The Milano products always look so gorgeous!

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    • Thank you so much 🙂 yes they are so gorgeous. Aren’t they? Yes sure let me know what I have to do? And thank you so much for stopping by 🙂 I am on holiday and wil be back home in next 3 days so will catch you again

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