Monday, October 22, 2012

Eye Majic

I see alot of people always saying they struggle to get their eyeshadow to look good. Heck even I struggle sometimes. You got to move your brush just right or else it comes out all wrong. I def love playing around and mixing diff colors together to come up with some looks that I like. But what if I told you a company just came out with Eye majic, a pre-made so to speak eyeshadow sponge that transfers to your eyelids? Would you want to try it? Do you think it works? Well you guys know I loveee trying unique beauty products so when the opportunity came to try it for myself I had to do it!

The shade I have to show for you today is shade 57. It has a light highlighter at the top, a shimmery brown color in the middle and a dark brown color on the top. Assuming the lighter shade would be the top region towards the eyebrow I decided to give it a try.

I used one sponge to test on my hand. Holding constant pressure I simply wiped it along from the inner eyelid outward. as you can see here the colors came out a little light. But you can apply it again and get a darker pigment if you like.

So here I am no makeup and all...ahhhhh! One thing I should have done is made sure to apply firm pressure and go from my inner eyelid out which I completely forgot.

It came out a little light so I pressed it a couple more times. I obviously needed to clean up the inner edges and of course forgot to take a picture lol. But as you can see if I clean it up it surpringly came out pretty cool. It took less than one minute total. Very interesting huh! I would def be interested in trying more. They have alot of different color combinations that look really cute. I might have to get another set to try it out again.

Overall, I think the concept is really cool, they seem to come off okay but I can't say I love or hate it. I am left in a neutral spot which I don't think I have ever been before..hum maybe I should try some more out.

What do you think?

Want to learn more about Eye Majic? Check out their website.


  1. That would be great to keep in the car or purse. I don't think I would use it for regular every day makeup, but there are times when a quick 'emergency' makeup application would be handy.

  2. I just saw today that Loreal has a shadow palette similar to this! At least, it's a regular shadow trio but it comes with a sponge like this instead of one of those regular applicators. Foolproof :)



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