An ingenious eye crème with a unique formulation that glides on as a crème and sets to a powder. This long-lasting, water-resistant, crease-resistant tint is easy to apply, offering adjustable levels of sheer to high pigment colour.
price: $42.00 AU rrp
availability: adorebeauty.com.au , David Jones
I picked up the Becca Eye Tint in Pewter at the same time as the Becca Lost Weekend palette and I must say it’s my favorite out of the two. Despite some of the issues I have with the application of the product, I wouldn’t give up my tube of Pewter for anything. The colour is beautiful as a wash on the lid by itself, and it’s spectacular as a base product for a range of smoky eye looks.
Straight out of the tube, Pewter is a dark gunmetal pewter colour. When blended on the lids you end up with a translucent taupish gunmetal wash. I usually blend 2-3 layers of the Eye Tint with a finger to get my desired intensity.
The Becca Eye Tints are cream/liquid eye shadows that quickly dry to a perfect lightweight waterproof finish once blended on the lid.
One of the main problems I have with Pewter Eye Tint is the separation of the product in the tube. Even after shaking and kneading the tube, the product often squirts out as a separated mix of a thin watery liquid and the normal product, which leads to a bit of mess. If anyone knows how to get around this problem please let me know!
Lasting power and crease resistance of Pewter Eye Tint is excellent, and it performs very well as a base for powder shadows. I find that it not only intensifies dark powder shadows, but it also really brings out any duochrome or opalescence of the eye shadow (this is why I love using it as a base under my NARS Dogon Duo)
The NARS Dogon EOTD above was sneakily taken from a draft FOTD post which will go live in soon. Watch this space.
Posted by myfunnyvalentine on May 2nd, 2012 in Eye shadow, Reviews, Swatches | 44900 comments. BECCA+Eye+Tint+in+Pewter%3A+Review%2C+swatch%2C+EOTD.+2012-05-02+05%3A57%3A40myfunnyvalentinehttp%3A%2F%2Fmyfunnyvalentineblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D4490
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