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Max Factor Wild Shadow Pot in Turquoise Fury – Review & Swatches

by Tavia

Hello sweeties!

Max Factor challenged all rebellious girls to play and create endless looks with the bold and pigmented colors of Wild Collection (info & photos). I received a couple of products from this line and I want to talk to you today about Max Factor Wild Shadow Pot in #30 Turqoise Fury.

This shade is one of the 13 expressive, high-pigment colour pots that you can choose from. You can pair it with other shadow pots or eyeshadows or you can layer it on top of your favorite Wild Shadow Pencil for a more intense color.



Now at Douglas, B&B Collection, DM and online @superdrug.com

Max FActor Wild Shadow Pot in #30 Turquoise Fury (£3.99/ 27.00 Lei/ €7.99) is a light turquoise green with silver sparkles, an intense shine and metallic effect. It has a light and soft texture that is very easy to apply and glides smoothly across the lid. I had some fall out during the application because of those silver sparkles so you may want to apply a sticky eyeshadow base or a glitter base first.

The color can be applied wet or dry depends how intense you want it to be. Over an eyeshadow primer Turquoise Fury looks very intense and pigmented and reflects a lot of that silver sheen something that’s resembling light turquoise sea water. It has a great color payoff and it’s easily blendable.

It wears on me for about 6 hours without creasing or fading but it lasts even better applied over Max Factor Wild Shadow Pencil in Fierce Lime (review & swatches) as it intensifies its color. Turquoise Fury is really a beautiful color, not that harsh green that you find it hard to pair it with and can be used even by those like me who tend to avoid green shades.

Enjoy more photos…





Max Factor Wild Shadow Pot in Turquoise Fury – Swatches (with and without primer)

I hope you enjoyed this review and find it useful if you decide to give this color a try. 🙂



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1 comment

gio September 7, 2013 - 6:58 pm

That’s such a pretty green shade! I hope I can find it here.


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