Deborah Trio Hi-Tech Eyeshadow was released about three years ago and it is a available in 8 color combinations. Today I’m going to review shade No.01 Ethereal Smoky, probably the most versatile and wearable combination of the entire line as everyone is in a need of a white, grey and black eyeshadows. I tested this Deborah trio eyeshadow a couple of times and apart from my review, I’ll follow up with a makeup tutorial where I used only these colors. If you are interested in watching my video where I talk about this product, along with swatches and other new Deborah Milano makeup and nail products, please do and after take a closer look at the photos bellow.
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Deborah Ethereal Smoky Trio Hi-Tech Eyeshadow (€12.60 / £10.50 / 54.00 Lei) is a combination of 3 eye shadows with a frost finish that can be applied wet or dry. You can choose to apply them wet for an intense metallic result, or dry for a luminous dazzling radiance.
The feel lightweight once apply, they blend with ease but they don’t have a good color payoff or that intense, rich color. I find the gray color to be the best of all as it also had a more creamy and silky formula while the black shade showed the driest formula and looked a bit powdery.
They give this intense luminous finish, while the black eyeshadow also has a bit of shimmer to it. The combination of white, gray and black is suitable for an easy gradient smokey eye or something more evening appropriate.
I had about 5-6 hours wear with the colors as they tend to fade quickly once they were applied dry but when I did applied them wet they lasted about six hours and a half of me. They might not have the most long-lasting formula out there but they are a nice to have if you are looking for a quick set of shade to bring with you on the go.
The packaging is pretty simple and has this unusual form. The plastic case has a transparent lid that snaps shut and also allows you to see the colors but is not very practical to open and hold.
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