Hydro Powder Power

Shiseidohydropowder Shiseido’s Hydro-Powder Eye Shadow is a fabulous product and I think everyone should play with this at least once just. While this eyeshadow goes on like a cream, it dries to a powdery finish that helps this eyeshadow last much longer than most other similar eyeshadows… creasing is almost a thing of the past with this product. This product comes in 5 gorgeous shades but my favorite by far is Tiger Eye, a beautiful shimmery bronze color. If you’re looking for a sheer wash of color or a bold look, the difference is all in the application.

6 thoughts on “Hydro Powder Power

  1. ooo-x! I love Shiseido eyeshadow. Good thing I’m makeup shopping tomorrow. I really want to check out the Tiger Eye and the Spring Plum (purple eyeliner was already on my list of “must-have” anyways). Oh, how the little things excite me.

    Since I am on the hunt for a great purple eyeliner, does anyone have any suggestions? I was thinking Stila smudge pot in Plum (for a purple smokey eye).

  2. ooo-x! I love Shiseido eyeshadow. Good thing I’m makeup shopping tomorrow. I really want to check out the Tiger Eye and the Spring Plum (purple eyeliner was already on my list of “must-have” anyways). Oh, how the little things excite me.

    Since I am on the hunt for a great purple eyeliner, does anyone have any suggestions? I was thinking Stila smudge pot in Plum (for a purple smokey eye).

  3. Well I checked them out and I really liked tiger eye (i’m very tan so I think it would be an awesome colour to highlight my brow) and runner up would be whitelights. I would have to agree w/ Annie, when I put it on it reminded me of winter, a shimmery winter. Unfortunately, I was let down by Spring Plum, too much spring,not enough plum. Oh and thanks Christina for the suggestion, i’ll definitely check out permaplum!

  4. am I the only one for whom this eyeshadow still creases? I love the formulation but I find the application a bit tricky. I want to use a brush but this only works well with fingers. I don’t use the sponge applicator at all because it drags on my eyelids.

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