Review: My Pretty Zombie Brisket
Now this one’s inspired by.. well.. a brisket.
BUT the shadows have not been tested on animals at any point, rest assured.
Mpz describes this as a “copper with a red to gold shift”.
THIS IS ONE EYESHADOW. How is this even happening.
From l to r: dry, wet, mixing medium.
I’d say applied dry it shifts between a warm pink and a deep red, with a copper flash to it. As you’ll see on the eyes!
Brisket all over the eyes! Wet on the lid and dry in the crease.
The only other thing i’m wearing is a bit of gold from the Max 471 Brown & Beige quad in the inner corner!
The cheeks also have Brisket on them!
Then the lips are coated in DA shiny lipstick in 102, with some Gosh gloss in 01 Soft Coral.
As for the texture of these! Add some water and they foil like a dream, applying them dry does require tapping off your brush.
I prefer going wet on the lid as it gives the pigment that extra punch.
Buy them in a set and they set you back $4, $5 if you buy them seperately.
Posted on May 1, 2015, in Box o' appearance, Cosmetics, Reviews and tagged animal testing, anthrax, brisket, copper, cruelty free, do I look pretty, eyeshadow, gold, indie, loose eyeshadow, mpz, my pretty zombie, opinion, pictures, pink, red, review, swatch, swatches, tested on animals. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.