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Ingredients:

Talc, mica, titanium dioxide, petrolatum, ethylhexyl palmitate, lanolin, pentaerythrityl tetraisostearate, tocopheryl acetate, propylparaben, methylparaben

May also contain:

C.I. 77891, Cl 77492, Cl 77491, Cl 77499, Cl 77491 / 92, Cl 77491 / 92 / 99, Cl 19140, Cl 42090, Cl 77742, Cl 45410, Cl 77510, Cl 15850, Cl 77007, Cl 77289

Net Wt: 10.8 g

This Eyeshadow kit seems to be the one that I use most when it comes to my make up tutorials because it gives my eyes a great shimmery and matte colors but not so bright. I can simply say that I love it because it is easily spread on my eyelid and gives my eyes just enough depth (when I use the darker shades).

The texture is not so powdery. The bright colors (blue, green) are easily applied when you use your fingertips rather than brush and it stays longer with this technique. I don’t know the exact explanation for that but it’s all that I have noticed when I use it.

The photo above shows the different shades of the Aido Eyeshadow Kit. It is not arranged in order so I just put numbers to them to represent their respective color from the kit. As you can see, it is a combination of light and dark shades and they all appear  so pigmented when applied on the skin. On my make up tutorials, I often use the pink, white, peach and all shades of brown for a simple look. For some events, I use the bright colors (green, blue, orange).

What I love most About Aido Eyeshadow Kit?

First of all, this is very affordable. I got this one for only Php 100 with Fashion 21 frosted lip gloss at Ever Department Store.

Second, the kit itself is so nice and I love the colors that are in it. Almost all the colors here can be used for everyday make up.

It stays longer on my eyelids with or without a primer.

The shimmer is not too obvious. I mean, they don’t look shimmery when you look at them at day light but still looks elegant.

it is easily blended with fingers or brush.

On this look, I’ve used Aido Eyeshadow (pink, blue, white, orange, green) to give color to the wings of the butterfly. Of Course I also used other eyeshadows here like Ever Bilena (purple) and Etude House Petite Darling eyeshadow (cubic lemon) to make it colorful and shimmery.

*** For tutorial of this look, please stay tunned to my youtube channel

leeizell

Much Love!~

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