MEMEME's products have impressed me again, I only recently wrote about the Godess Rocks which are my favourite shimmery bronzer at the moment but these beauties from MEMEME have again produced a new love in my eyeshadow collection. These pots are cream eyeshadows, use as a base or alone they create a beautiful accomopant for any look. I have four to show you today, each really unique but there will be one to suit any occasion. These are all from the dragonfly collection and feature earthly and natural colours yet still wearable.
As I said I have four to show you, above is Hollow Haze, a beautiful but light shimmery beige. A gorgeous highlight colour and probably the best one to use as a everyday eyeshadow or eyeshadow base if your a natural colour eyeshadow wearer. I often wear this on my brown bone as well as as my eye base. I do feel you need a primer as well as these to make sure they dont crease but this is still a gorgeous colour.
Willow Whisper is this gorgoeus bronze, although it looks quite brown, it features gold and silver reflect shimmers as well as looking natural and brown. Again, another beautiful eyeshadow base and a great everyday colour.
This colour is a bit different from the above two, this is a colour many find a bit hard to work with. Reds can be difficult to use due to there colours looking tired or ill. However, this red/cranberry is definately more purple toned. Autumn Smoulder is the best name you could give this, it is a great 'smudge along the lashline' colour and will excentuate any eye colour.
Lastly is Moonlight Mista beautiful blue! Again, a gorgeous name for a gorgeous colour. This blue is more navy than first thought but I love this with Autumn Smoulder, and I think using this as a base for a smokey eye gives blue eyes (or any eye colour for that matter) a bright base to work with.
Here are the cream shadows in all there glory swatched with finger. I prefer to use my finger to apply these and occasionally use a eyeliner brush when using them as an eyeliner. I do however reccomend a primer, as they can crease but they do hold eyeshadow by themselves.