100% Pure Star Eyeshadow

Saturday, August 08, 2015

100 Percent Pure Star Eyeshadow Review

In our previous posts, we reviewed 100% Pure eyeshadows in Fiji, Bora Bora and Barbados. Today we'll swatch and review 100% Pure Star eyeshadow.

First, here's the low-down on these popular cruelty-free and vegan eyeshadows...

100% Pure Satin Eyeshadows are a cream formula, with a buttery texture, easy to blend and buildable color payoff. Made with all natural skin-loving ingredients. Formulated to leave the delicate skin around your eyes soft, moisturized and nourished with nutrient-rich butters, super fruit extracts, antioxidants, green tea and herbs. 

100% Pure Star satin eyeshadow is a creamy pale gold with an eye-brightening shimmer finish. Funny thing though, when I purchased Star in the store, it appeared more warm and golden under the store lighting, a color I'd been searching for in a cream eyeshadow formula for awhile... But it turned out to be more pale than expected. Bummer when store lighting plays tricks on you! But I do love how it brightens your eyes and it makes a brilliant inner corner highlight.

Star has less sparkle than the others but a more shimmery finish. My favorite way to wear Star is as an inner corner highlight, it adds the perfect pop of gold tone shimmer with earthy bronze shades, such as Bora Bora, Fiji and Barbados as your lid color.

When worn as an all-over lid color, I found Star to be more prone to creasing compared to the others, or perhaps the pale color magnifies the appearance of creasing. Currently I use Too Faced Shadow Insurance eye primer, but I'll be testing out other eye primers to see if that helps and report back to you.

You can apply 100% Pure Satin eyeshadows with your finger or a brush. I apply them with my ring finger or middle finger, the warmth of your finger tips helps the product blend out effortlessly. As mentioned in the other posts, the pots are pretty small at 35mm and only 20mm inner diameter. So if you have nails, it's hard to get the product out without gouging the poor eyeshadow. Another option is to use a brush or beauty spatula to get the product out, then apply with your finger.

100% Pure Satin Eyeshadows are vegan, cruelty-free and all natural. The ingredients are a fusion of skincare and makeup in every product, and the lifelong health of your skin is so worth giving it the best treatment possible 24/7.







100% Pure Star Eyeshadow
100% Pure Star Satin Eyeshadow Review


100% Pure Satin Eyeshadow Ingredients: 
Avocado Butter, Rosehip Oil, Rice Starch, Pigments of: Peach, Apricot, Carrot, Tomato, Strawberry, Cocoa Seed, Coffee, Black Tea, Blackberry, Plum Skin, Black Grape Skin, Black Current and Papaya, Green Tea Powder, Red Wine Resveratrol, Vitamin C (ascorbyl palmitate), Vitamin E (a-tocopherol), Extracts of Goji Berry, Acai Berry, Rosemary, Oregano, Thyme, Japanese Honeysuckle and Goldenseal, Mica (shimmery mineral), Silica.

100% Pure Star Eyeshadow Review
100% Pure Star Eyeshadow Review

100% Pure Star Eyeshadow Review


100% Pure Satin Eyeshadows are $23 USD and available on their website here.  (affiliate link)

Below are a few pics and swatches of the six 100% Pure Satin Eyeshadows that I own so far. I'd like to pick up another one sometime, so I keep a wish list and wait to purchase when 100% Pure has a sale or promo coupon. 

(P.S. If you sign up for their emails, they send you great deals all the time!)


100% Pure Satin Eyeshadows



100% Pure Satin Eyeshadow Review



100% Pure Satin Eyeshadow Reviews

Lookout for upcoming reviews on each of these 100% Pure Satin Eyeshadows.

I would love to hear your thoughts... And if there are any natural, vegan or cruelty-free beauty products you've been wondering about and would like to see a review on, let me know in the comments.

xo,
Christine



*This post is not sponsored, but does contain an affiliate link. I purchased all 100% Pure eyeshadows shown. :)


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2 comments

  1. Christine - Thank you so much for all these reviews, your the best. You are so right about that dang store lighting too, I dont know how many times Ive been duped by those flourescent lights!! I thought Star would show up much more yellow and here it looks like it goes on more like a creamy shade. I can definitly see how this would be great for the inner corner highlight or even the brow bone. Do you think it could be used as a highlighter on the cheekbones/face?

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  2. Thanks for the review! I work under fluorescent lights, which tend to wash out any color I'm wearing. Not the most flattering light! But this color is still very pretty. Kind of buff with a bit of a shimmer. I actually like that it has less sparkle. The quality of the sheen is very attractive without being garish.

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