Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Review: Ontic Minerals Compact Single Eyeshadows

Hi loves! Once again the weekend just flew by me. I did have fever on Friday and I just couldn't make myself write a blog post. That means this week you'll get 2. The first post is a review on Ontic Minerals Compact Single Eyeshadows in shade West Coast, Starfish, Scarlet, Moondust and Dewy Green (9.95€, 2g).

These just come in a pan and is easy to put into a magnetic palette, which I really like. The formula does contain vitamin E, which is a strong antioxidant and protects the skin against free radicals. It also enriched with jojoba oil, which moisturizes and softens the skin.

The overall quality of the shadows is good. These are pigmented and can be build up to full color. It would be good for beginners or you just want wash of color all over the lid. On swatches you can se how they are and there is one shadow, which I'm not happy at all, which you can see swatched down below. These feel more stiff in the pan and I didn't get any fall out when using these.

  • West Coast - is beautiful shimmery champaign shade. Its gorgeous highlighter for inner corner of the eye or on the face.
  • Starfish - is shimmery orange peachy shade. I love doing one shadow look with it. Looks so pretty all over the lid!
  • Scarlet - looks gorgeous in the pan! Its shimmery red brown shade, which doesn't look true to the color in the pan and it didn't swatch evenly at all.


  • Moondust - is shimmery blue gray with green sheen to it. I don't think I own any eyeshadow like this one, its so unique.
  • Dewy Green - is shimmery cool tone green with hint gray to it.

I have mixed feelings about these shadows. I do love the shades and find them unique. I would like the formula to be more buttery and some of the colors to be more true what they look like in the pan. But I have done beautiful looks with these and I'll keep using them. If you wanna check out their pressed single eyeshadows, you can find them here.

If you wanna see the looks I have created with these shadows you can check it out here and here

Have you tried their pressed shadows before?

Thank you for reading! xo's

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