Sunday, 3 April 2016

Baked Intense Eyeshadow from Laura Geller

 
The more I'm exposed to Laura Geller, the more I fall in love with the brand. From the sleek packaging, to the clever formulas, to the incredible colour combinations. The latest product to fall into my 'love list' is this Baked Intense Eyeshadow.



The Baked Intense Eyeshadow comes in sleek matte black compact and inside there are two different shades of baked eyeshadow. The duos come in six different colour combinations, which each offer a different colour palette. Here I have the shade 'Dolce/Raisin', which is a lovely neutral shade combination. 

As the name suggests these eyeshadows are Laura Gellers signature baked formula, which offers high colour and performance. 
 Like many other Laura Geller products, these eyeshadows start their life as a cream product and it gets baked on a terrocotta tile. The baking process creates a texture which is very soft and very finely milled. They are designed to offer high impact, with a range of highly pigmented colour. The texture is enriched with Jojoba Oil, which offers a creamy silky texture to the shadows. The shadows are also infused with Vitamin E, Centella Asiatica and White Tea Extract to add conditioning properties and antioxidant protection.

The Dolce/Raisin colour combinations offers two shades that are really versatile. You can use Dolce all over the lid to have a brightening effect, you could use Raisin all over to have a smokey eye, or a combination of the most to create a contoured eye look. All-in-all it's a lovely little duo which is a favourite in my travel makeup bag. The Baked Intense Eyeshadow Duos retail for £19 from House of Fraser.

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