If you haven’t gotten your hands on one of the The Stila Glitter and Glow Liquid Eyeshadows you are missing out. I am truly impressed by how Stila have upped their game with the makeup they have introduced and these well they are just simply gorgeous. They can be worn three ways either apply as a liner, up the crease of the eye or winged out. I also like to use them over a powder eyeshadow using my fingers to add a little sparkle to an eye.

There are 11 Stila Glitter and Glow liquid eyeshadows retailing at R345, but if you have a woolworths reward card you can get 25% off when you buy any 2. I have 4 in my collection Rose Gold Retro, Smokey Storm, Gold Goddess and fairy Tail. The eyeshadows have great staying power and once on they don’t budge. Remember always use an eye primer just make sure as the eyelids are the oilest part of our face.

The image below is definitely one of my favourites the Rose Gold Retro. Its amazing for light to dark skin tones. Its got the least glitter out of the 4 and great for a full winged out eye.

I put the Rose Gold Retro to the test on a beauty shoot and well it just looks gorgeous on. Here is an unedited image from my shoot of Jodi so you can see what it looks like. The liquid eyeshadows are perfect for adding that extra glow to the complexion and great for the summer months to come.

Some of the shadows have a bit more glitter to them Fairy Tail here below is 2 dimenional with a subtle purple and silver when you look in the light.

Stila Cosmetics show us in this quick tutorial how to apply. They are super easy to use and make makeup so fun.

If you not into glitter then they have another range called the Shimmer and Glow with loads of vibrant bold shades which are next on my shopping list. Watch this space next week for a tutorial using one of these bold shades going to be amazing.

Go check out my instagram page Shahnaz Loves Beauty to see the Stila Glitter and Glow eyeshadows in action.

Shahnaz x

 

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