Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Ittse Eyeshadow Review and Swatches

I have a new makeup line to feature on the blog today. I came across Ittse when I attended The Makeup Show Pop Up Shop in San Francisco back in late August.

They had a small booth set up with some eyeshadows, blushes, and palettes on a table. 

Their whole idea is being able to create customizable palettes.

I had never heard of the line before but definitely wanted to pick up a few shadows to test the brand.

I decided I would pick up four eyeshadows. I passed on their palette because I have quite a few empty z palettes lying around. 

First of all this packaging is adorable! It's very feminine and girly. Obviously no one will keep the packaging but I just had to share how cute it is! 

Natural light

I opted for four neutral-ish shades.
Left to right is Lincoln, Brut, Barefoot, and Boho. 
Lincoln is a warm copper. This is a beautiful lid color. One of my favorite ways to wear this has been on the outer corner blended in with Brut on the lid. It creates a beautiful light fresh faced eye look. 

Brut is a shimmery beige. This is another great lid color. I have also used this for an inner corner highlight. It's just a great everyday shade.

Barefoot is matte light pastel cantaloupe shade. This a beautiful transition color. I have used this one a ton. It is pretty light though so this might not be a great transition color for darker skin tones. It would still make for a great lid color though.

Lastly I picked up Boho. Boho is a matte cool mauve rose shade. This is another great transition shade for cooler toned eye looks. I have loved using this one on the outer corner as well with Brut on the lid. 

All of these eyeshadows are beautifully pigmented. They all blend very easily.

I have combined them all together and used them in conjunction with other shadows in my collection and I have just been loving them! 

I haven't had any issues with creasing or fading. I do always use a primer. 

A couple things that might interest you is they are paraben free, gluten free, and they do not test on animals. 

I really wish I would have purchased more. I would love to get more products but I don't know where they're sold other than their website. I wish they were more easily accessible. I know most people like to see product in person for swatching and what not.

I don't remember how much I paid for these at The Makeup Show but they're listed online for $7.99 each. I think this is a great price for such beautiful and high quality eye shadows. 

They are metal pans so you will need some sort of palette to store them in. 

The Ittse palettes are $21.99 each.

Overall I definitely recommend you check out this product line. If you come across them at a beauty event don't pass them up!

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