NYX Loose Powder Black Pearl Eyeshadow Review & Swatches

ABOUT: Its not hard to sparkle with one of our ultra-shimmering, loose shadow powders that can be used on eyes and cheeks. These finely-milled mineral eye shadows are high-impact, long-lasting—and a little addictive. With 30 vibrant shades to try, we don’t blame you if you need them all.




PACKAGING:The packaging is really cute.The  powder has a tiny small plastic packaging which is transparent so you can see the amount that is used.The packaging is sturdy but it won’t say it is travel friendly as whenever I open the cap,it always has fallout.Also,it is not so user-friendly as I need to take out the product and then use it as against dipping the brush inside the tub since the mouth of the packaging is very small.


SHADE:Black pearl is shimmery black loose pigment powder.


MY VIEWS:The loose powder is finely milled and is easy to apply and blend.It does has fallout but if I tap the brush,then the residue doesn’t come .The shade blends really well and is easy to work out with.


As far as the richness of the shade is concerned,I would call is a rich deep black as my Sleek oh so special has a better black shade than this one.Black pearl is a shade somewhere between Black and charcoal grey.The shade is shimmery but it isn’t gritty.

Black pearl comes out a bit sheer in one swipe which can be intensified as per need.Its stays for good 7-8 hours which any fading or smudging when used over a primer.The shade is water-resistant and can be used dry as well as wet.


RECOMMENDATION:I am using this pigment powder these days as it is a change from regular black eyeshadows.Also,for a soft smoky look,this shade is apt.

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