Friday, March 26, 2010

Color Focus: Soft Peach & Peachy-Gold Eyeshadows

You can't go wrong with a soft peachy-gold eyeshadow for an all-over easy & quick eye look. For girls with medium skintone, there are tons of your-lids-but-better options out there for a no-fail shimmery peach. My all time favorite is Chanel Abricot which I hear has now been discontinued. Luckily you can probably still find it at one of your local counters. Some of the peachy shades look pale on my skin even though they look peachy in the container.


Dior Beige Select, Chanel Abricot, Trish McEvoy Golden Apricot, Bobbi Brown Golden Peach, Laura Mercier Guava (old formula)


MAC Rubenesque & Shu Uemura Cream P Beige


MAC Hush, Motif, Jest, Arena (in pro-palette form)


Urban Decay Blaze, MAC Evening Aura, MAC Say Yeah


Paul & Joe #22, Paul & Joe #003, Armani Maestro #19


MAC Jardin Aires Pigment, MAC Melon Pigment, Laura Mercier Gemstone Mineral Eye Color, Laura Mercier Peach Luster Mineral Eye Color


All the shades grouped together (note, I apologize for the error below, but the color labeled Dazzleray is actually Jardin Aires):



9 comments:

  1. Lancome Color Design eyeshadow in Kitten Heal is soo fantastic! It's the perfect golden pinky peach for me, I'm sure you'd love it too :)

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  2. I love all these colors it's beautiful I want the Melon pigment so bad but can't get my hands on it !! I also love the Paul and Jo E/S
    Great swatches =)

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  3. Love this post!! Thank you so much.

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  4. I love these color focus posts of yours. Everything looks so pretty! I want it all. =)

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  5. I love Peachy colors! <3 You have quite a collection of items! :P

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  6. As usual, Sabrina, you just knock it out of the park with your comprehensive color comparisons. Thanks for a beautiful post.

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  7. Ohhh, these are some gorgeous picks! MAC Melon is one of my favorite pigments ever, I'll have to check out some of the rest of these!

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  8. Arena is my go too color for a super simple neutral nude lid. I use it as a base color many times. I am also using Rubenesque today which I have been neglecting for sometime. I love how your posts sometimes forces me to revisit the pretty colors I forgot I already own or giving me new ideas how to revive an old color.

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  9. Wow! I cannot believe I just stumbled upon this post! I was lead to your blog by way of google in my search for reviews of some Trish McEvoy products. Jardin Aires pigment is my favorite but the fall-out it produces makes it hard for me to reach for when I'm in a time-crunch so I am currently on the hunt for a dupe that is easier to work with and I find this post!!! Fantastic!! Thank you!

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