Thursday, 21 November 2013

Concrete Minerals: Product Info and Swatches

I've already raved about my love for Concrete Minerals' loose eyeshadows, and today I'm going to show you swatches of the shadows that I own, so you'll have a better understanding of why I adore them so much.

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I've already used some of these eyeshadows in previous look posts, which you can view here, here, here and here, but please feel free to carry on reading to see the rest of these eyeshadows in all of their glory!

Concrete Minerals are a USA based company created in 2009 that offer a huge selection of high quality, 100% preservative and cruelty free loose minerals eyeshadows. Concrete Minerals also take pride in all of their products being completely gluten and fragrance free, with a whopping 98% of all of their products being vegan.

Each Concrete Mineral's Mineral Eyeshadow comes in a generously sized jar, each containing a net weight of 1.5 grams of product. Keeping in mind that these shadows are extremely pigmented and go such a long way, at only $7 each they are an absolute steal. 

ALL of these shadows were swatched without the use of a base.

Concrete Minerals Mineral Eyeshadows - Click to enlarge
Concrete Minerals Mineral Eyeshadows - Click to enlarge

Aren't they beautiful? Each shadow glides on effortlessly and the fact that they didn't need a base to come out looking this beautiful speaks for itself. 

Unlike the shimmery mineral eyeshadow that are swatched above, Concrete Minerals' Pro Matte eyeshadows come with a larger net weight of 2.5 Grams of product in each jar, and all for an extra dollar. 

Concrete Minerals Pro Matte Eyeshadows - Click to enlarge 

These are easily some of the most pigmented matte eyeshadows that I've ever had the pleasure of using and I think the image below is pretty self explanatory. These shadows were also swatched without the need of a base - pretty amazing, huh? 

There is a huge array of other colours and shades available to choose from on the Concrete Minerals website, so go, go, go! Let me know which are your favourites!

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