Hey guys, welcome back to my blog. In today’s post I’m going to be reviewing the 3INA unique texture eyeshadows all ready for this upcoming Fashion week. I feel like face makeup a lot of the time can really make or break an outfit, so it’s always handy to know what products work best for you especially during a hectic month when Fashion Week is taking place. So if you’d never heard of this upcoming brand before, don’t worry neither had I before receiving it in my Glossybox but nevertheless, here’s all about it..
For this post I tested out the 3INA Shadow Paint in the shade 703 which is a pretty dark blue, and one of their well known Cream Eyeshadows in the shade 313 which is a perfect natural bronzed shade for an everyday wear.
The Cream Eyeshadow
Said to be a long lasting eyeshadow for intense, shimmery, magnetic colour for all day wear, it actually did exceed all my expectations. As you can tell from the photos above, it is a very neutral toned product, perfect for everyday use and also buildable to dress up. I used it with a bit of powdered eyeshadow and they blended together brilliantly, proving that the texture doesn’t limit the eyeshadow to only being able to apply singularly.
It is a cream eyeshadow meaning that you might not want to use your average eyeshadow brush to apply it. 1. because it’ll be harder to apply and 2 being the fact that it will make your brush all creamy, unable to use on powders unless washed. I used the Morphe M213 brush and it glided on perfectly, letting me apply it in all the right areas. #
The site includes 18 shades of The Cream eyeshadow including some vivid shades that would look amazing, it has plenty of colours to choose from if maybe brown isn’t your first choice. I would definitely recommend getting your hands on this product.
Link to buy: 3INA Waterproof Cream Eyeshadow
The Shadow Paint
The colour I have to admit isn’t one that I reach for often and neither is the formula. It comes out of the bottle literally the same as how paint would which I think is really cool although if I’m being honest the product wasn’t my favourite. It’s important to only apply a little (I learnt the hard way) and make sure you have a plan of where you want it applied as it isn’t the easiest to blend. I tested this out by applying it all over my lid and then blending a purple powder in the crease which did not blend the easiest. Immediately I noticed how the cream shadow started to crack which is when the patchy-ness started to form.
The website inclues 4 different shades of The Shadow Paint so not the biggest range to choose from but each colour is very statementy and bright, good for a festival, but overall I’d have to pass on the formula.
Link to buy: 3INA The Shadow Paint
Thank you for reading, I hope you all enjoyed! If you haven’t already I would definitely recommend checking out the 3INA website just because I know some of their products look amazing and I’m definitely gonna be getting my hands on some more in the future. If you have any questions please let me know in the comments, otherwise I hope you all have a great night!