Today I have for you the first two of my three new Giorgio Armani Eyes To Kill shadows from the Fall 2013 Kaleidoscope collection. I am absolutely thrilled that Giorgio Armani decided to come up with such playful bright colours. I just love them.
When I received the new Eyes To Kill shadows I couldn't decide which ones to use first. Instead of a single colour eye look I decided to play around and try using Scarab Violetta and Blue Beetle together.
Scarab Violetta is a luminous lilac.
Blue Beetle doesn't just look blue, it has a beautiful duo chrome feel to it. At some angles I feel like I can see some purple. Blurple?
The new Eyes To Kill still have that intense pigmentation and soft creamy quality to it. When used wet, they have a foiled metallic quality to them.
These new ETKs seem softer. They look like they have separated from the sides of the glass tub. I normally put my ETKs upside down for storage. I am not going to that with these in case they fall out of the glass tub.
Here is my take on a colourful eye using both ETKs.
Scarab Violetta used dry on the inner corner of my eyes.
Blue Beetle used wet on the outer corner of my eyes. I used more Scarab Violetta and used it to blend Blue Beetle.
I lined my eyes with a black liquid eye liner and applied mascara.
|Wind swept look|
On my lips, Suqqu Creamy Glow Lipstick No. 07 Asasuou.
I definitely like the new ETK offerings. I appreciate the move towards brighter more colorful shades. I think Blue Beetle is a must have just because it isn't just a boring blue.
I feel like I'm going to miss out if I don't get June Beetle. Quick someone talk me out of it!
The quality of the ETKs are still the same albeit softer. Does anyone feel the same?
Ratings: 4+ lipsticks.