Zoeva Warm Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette
A couple of weeks ago i shared with you my thoughts on the Zoeva Nude Spectrum Blush Palette and marvelled at the velvety texture and pigmentation of the face products. If you weren’t convinced by that post that you should really try Zoeva products out then let me introduce you to the Zoeva Warm Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette.
The Zoeva Warm Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette is one of three eyeshadow palettes that make up the Sepctrum collection. As the name suggests the Zoeva Warm Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette contains fifteen shadows leaning towards the warm end of the colour spectrum with a couple of neutral or cooler shades thrown in.
Stand out shades include the beautiful burnt orange shade which when used lightly was a beautifully blendable crease colour that gave every look a warm halo like effect (which is so on trend at the moment) but was also buildable enough to give a good pop of colour (especially good for brown eyes) The irridescant pink which was lovely in the inner corner of the eye as well as the muted purple shades
If you have never tried Zoeva products before you might be surprised by just how soft and powdery the products are, which some people dont like but I tend to favour. Both eye and face products do tend to have quite a bit of fall out which may be a turn off for some.
The flipside of the texture is that you get buttery smooth and highly pigmented payoff from one swipe as you can see in the swatches below. This palette (along with most Zoeva products) contains no parabens, mineral oils, fragrances or phthalates
Check out the chatty (its a bit of a rambler folks) review below, showing swatches and a better look at the texture of these shadows.