Buxom eyeshadows, where have you been all my life? I first came across this brand several years ago at my local Sephora, but never picked anything up from them and never really gave them a second look, at least until now. A quick store swatch and $100 later, I have in my possession (what I deem) some of the best quality shadows on the market. Primer-infused, highly pigmented, and totally worth the $12 a piece price tag. Continue reading this Buxom Eyeshadow Review.
Buxom Eyeshadow Review
I purchased 5 shades along with the ($13) empty eyeshadow bar compact. This allows you to keep them all in a customizable palette that you can mix and match for different occasions. It’s also great for travel and sturdy enough to keep in your purse without the danger of breaking shadows.
The 5 shadows that I bought are Bronzed Bod, Rose Gold, Twilight Tryst, and No Faux – which are all high-shine metallics, a few of which are duo chrome. I also got Star Treatment – which is a warm, matte brown. I love them all and consider them to be very special “unique” shades that you just don’t see everyday. The shadow No Faux is similar to MAC Cosmetics eyeshadow in Club, but doesn’t have the high-shine and depth that the Buxom shade provides.
The pigmentation, color selection, smooth texture, blendability, and overall quality in these shadows are excellent and very special. I can’t say this is true across the board, but all 5 shades I bought are a 10 out of 10.
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