2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Fusion of Color Cosmetics

Stephs Cheers and Jeers was provided the samples mentioned in this post in return for an unbiased review.

logo_dec_2013I love makeup and I love experimenting with it to create different looks. Fusion of Color Cosmetics was kind enough to send me along two eyeshadows to review and feature in my Holiday Gift Guide and I was so excited because their products are so pretty and their colors are unique to their company since the colorants they use are custom created just for them.

Fusion of Color Cosmetics are created using real minerals that are processed into a fine powder and mixed with natural inorganic colors to produce different shades. By using inorganic colors the makeup has a long shelf life and there is no organic material for bacteria to grow. Their makeup also adheres to natural oils in a person’s skin and doesn’t seep into the pores.

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I was sent Creme Brulee and Aztec Gold Matte Eye Shadow.

The Creme Brulee is a very natural color with a slight shimmer to it. It’s pretty close to my skin tone and makes for a great “natural” look.

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Aztec Gold was my favorite!

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It’s super pretty and ultra shimmery which I love! I just instantly fell in love with this color and its, unlike any other color I own.

TheirMatte Eye shadow pigments will contain any or all of the following ingredients Titanium Dioxide, Mica, Zinc Stearate, Carnauba Wax. May contain iron oxides, ultramarines, chromium green, manganese violet, ferric ferrocyanide, to offer a more diverse color selection.

Their eyeshadows come in a ton of colors and are $4.85 for a 3 gram jar, you can choose to have your jar include a shifter for no extra cost.

I loved both eyeshadows but the Aztec Gold was my favorite, both colors adhered well to my skin but were also easy to remove with standard makeup remover, they left no staining nor did I have any allergic reactions.

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