This week Isadora is launching this beautiful eyeshadow pallete called Eye Color Wonder Bar. It has 12 different shades, four matte (the first one and the three to the right) and eight shimmers. I’ve used it almost every day for about a month now and I must say I love it! It has a perfect mix of matte and shimmery nude shades, perfect for an everyday look but also at night. The shadows are pigmented and I haven’t noticed any creasing (which is amazing since eyeshadows tend to crease on me all the time). It comes with a double-ended brush (sponge on one side), I haven’t used it that much but I think it’s allright. Hope you’ll like this one as much as I do!
Disclaimer: This review is based on my honest opinion. I have not been asked to do it and I am not getting paid for it. I received the product as a PR sample.
Every week I’m posting a mani with a special theme or a special OPI polish on Instagram. It’s a collaboration with OPI in Sweden and some super talented nail artists and we all use the hashtag #veckansopi to gather our posts in one place.
This week’s theme is the polish ‘OPI Ink’, a beautiful dark purple polish with pink shimmer. I decided to do a watermarble mani using OPI Ink and Alpine Snow and I must say love how the watermarble turned out! I didn’t expect OPI Ink to become so much lighter when pairing it with Alpine Snow. However, I’m really glad it did because I think it’s a gorgeous purple shade!
The dry brush technique must be one of my favorite techniques. It’s sooo easy! For this mani I used OPI Push and Shove together with some polishes from the OPI Color Paints collection.
Push and Shove is one of the coolest polishes I own! The metallic effect it creates is amazing. The only downside with it is that it can be hard to apply evenly. However, with some practice you’ll be fine! In this mani I applied Push and Shove on my pinky and middle finger.
For the accent nails I used Silver Canvas as a base and then randomly painted Primarily Yellow, Turquoise Aesthetic and Pink & Pen on top. Take a look at the video below to see how I did.