Collection & Swatches: Scott Barnes Royal Eye Ice Loose Pigment Eyeshadows

So I went through a phase of deciding I had to have lots and lots of things from the Scott Barnes collection so I picked up several of these Eye Ice pigments too from StrawberryNet.

These loose pigment eyeshadows come in a number of jewel tones. Like with all loose pigment eyeshadows, one needs to take more time with application, and needs to be careful incase of fall out.

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Each of the shadows come in one of these ‘cubes’:

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Rather snazzy but a little impractical. You can tip a bit into the lid, or tap a bit into your hand/tissue or dip a narrow brush in. At least you won’t loose lots of product if you accidently drop it but still…I would have liked a wider ‘neck’ to stick my brush in.

I picked up 6 shades in the end.

Lame: A white gold

Imperial Gold: A rich antique gold

Treasure: A brown with blue highlights

Serpentine: A dirty chocolate brown

Empress: A dark aubergine

Fever: A light gold peach

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Whoops, forgot to photograph Fever, here it is:

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The pigmentation is excellent (as you can see), the powders are very fine texture, not bitty or chunky at all which makes them nice to use. All in all, recommended. I paid about £8 each for these.

I’d highly recommend Imperial Gold, followed by Serpentine, then Treasure (although the blue brown thing has been done a million times before). Gah – what the heck, just buy all of them!

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Comments

  1. These are my kinds of colours! The packaging is terribly cute but highly impractical.

  2. lovely shades =)

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