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Oct 21, 2008

DuWop Crush Molten Metallic Eyeshadow Trio Review and Swatches

A few weeks ago I introduced you to some of DuWop's new items for Fall which was a small selection of interesting bits and bobs. One item in particular instantly caught and held my eye which was the DuWop Crush Molten Metallic Eyeshadow Trio.

Can you say love?

The DuWop Crush palette contains just about everything I love about a shadow palette. Pigmented shadows, beautiful finish, shimmery, intense color! Yes, indeed the Muse loves it alot! She sometimes sleep with it under her pillow and whispers her love to it although it hasn't yet replied...oh well!

It's quickly becoming my favorite Fall shadow trio although I doubt I'll be faithful to know the Muse, ever the junkie when it comes to eyeshadow! Jumping around and cheating on favorites is fair play in cosmetic land!

However, right now, it's high up there on the rungs of eyeshadow nirvana!

In all seriousness, you should probably get out that Sephora wish list and check it twice making sure that the DuWop Crush Eyeshadow Palette is on there!

The palette consists of three deeply pigmented shadows that work at either creating three single color looks or creating multiply looks by combining the three. Although it's only three shades they work extremely well at creating a multitude of different looks that are amazingly flattering for the Fall season! The colors in the palette include a copper, a cranberry, and a golden cream.

The texture on these is a creamy powder finish that blends like a dream! The colors all have fantastic color pay off and wear well all day long. Although they could be considered metallic in finish I felt like the shadows also had a beautiful shimmery finish as well. Although the formula was slightly flaky fall out was minimal and easy to clean up!

I created two seperate looks using the trio. The first one I used the darker copper shade and the cranberry shade as a contrasting color on the outer v and swept up towards the crease. The second look I created using the single golden cream shade all over my crease and lid.

Loving the lips? It's Shine Manish Lipglass from MAC!

All in all the looks I created are very warm and flattering for the season!

I have to say that the DuWop Crush palette is definately Muse Approved for purchase! The colors are amazingly pigmented, beautiful for Fall, and stunning on. It's a must have palette for Fall in my opinion! It comes with my highest recommendation and approval for purchase! You can nab it for $24 USD at DuWop (Free Shipping on orders $50 and up) or from Sephora.

By the way, it totally felt like a Sally day today hehe!

Love it?

Tried it?

Want it for yourself?

Tell the Muse!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

the red looks gorgeous on you! i wish i had that brow bone structure, it's purrfect! ^^ the look is sultry and glamorous at the same time. love it!

October 21, 2008 at 11:42 PM  
Anonymous rocketqueen said...

WOW you look stunning! You are one hella a lady Musey! Gawgeus!

October 22, 2008 at 8:26 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hello hiromix!

Thank you so so so much you're too kind :)

Thank you!


October 22, 2008 at 10:54 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hi linn!

You're too kind *blush*


October 22, 2008 at 10:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love these colors - especially the coppery one.

October 22, 2008 at 2:03 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

me too geeky :)

Truly a gorgeous palette!

October 22, 2008 at 2:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You spelled difinitely wrong... again.

October 22, 2008 at 7:37 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

yup anonymous!

Good on you for catching that one!

and I'll definately do it again ;-)

Welcome to my world!

October 22, 2008 at 8:03 PM  

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