FOTN: #3, #13 and a Freakshow

Okay… I had this idea to mix the Armani Silk Eyeshadows with Urban Decay Freakshow eyeshadow… toss in a little green.. and pull it together. But I’m not sure that it worked. Next time, I think I want more green. Anyway, here it is:

Rock & Republic Eyeshadow in Fatalistic (brows)
Armani Eyes To Kill Silk Eyeshadow in #13 (lids)
Armani Eyes To Kill Silk Eyeshadow in #3 (inner crease)
Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Freakshow (outer crease/underwaterline)
Estee Lauder DoubleWear Eye Pencil in Forest (waterline)
 Lancome Hypnose Drama Mascara
Armani Designer Shaping Cream Foundation (9.5)
Chanel Loose Powder (Dore)
MAC Blush in Sur
Armani Gloss d’Armani in Brown 200
**Okay… so my brows are a total mess. And they need to stay that way for like a week (I’m growing them in)… so they’re going to be tragic for a minute. Ignore the bit of fallout under them… that’s what I get for using a black eyeshadow to fill them in without tapping the brush first.**

Eye Adore: Urban Decay Freakshow

Urban Decay has come out with a line of new ‘cashmere’ finish eyeshadows. I have to say, they are softer than the originals. And they feature the same level of high pigmentation that many Urban Decay eyeshadows have become famous for.

Most of the color range is pedestrian, although they’ve got some great names. And the packaging reminds me of Tokidoki with wild patterns and images on them to match the names. They even have a black shadow called Zero like the pencil. But really… do I need another black eyeshadow?

What I fell in love with was the deep purple called ‘Freakshow.’

It swatches VERY solid… no skipping. The formula is silky and the color is dense and covet-worthy:

Love it. The flash made the purple brighter… it’s not. It’s a very deep purple… like a shimmer version of MUFE’s covet-worth #92. Actually it may be even deeper than that. What I love about it is that it’s a true purple, not a blue-purple like many shadows seem to be. Keeper. If I could only choose one of the new color lineup in this shadow formula, it would be this one.