shu uemura Rebirth Collection Pressed Eye Shadow

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Upon my arrival to my hotel on my fab NYC Beauty Editor trip I was treated with a gift bag from Shu Uemura filled with great products. One of my favorite is the Rebirth Collection eye shadows from shu uemura, the eye shadow goes on silky smooth and the colors are beautiful. When I first saw the shadows I wondered how well they would blend and look on my eyes. Even though the shadows are vivid you can have a hint of color with one swipe or layer for a more dramatic look. The shades look amazing on and the color stays true throughout the day.

Order yours soon these are a limited collection item!

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shu uemura Rebirth Collection Pressed Eye Shadow

What it is:
A single shade pressed eyeshadow from shu uemura.

What it does:
When you apply shu uemura’s Pressed Eye Shadow, two different shapes of micro-fine powders adhere firmly to the skin for even, long-lasting finishes. Silicone-coated powder results in the truest color pay-off and a non-fading finish. Light-capturing powders absorb and reflect light for a multi-dimensional finish.

What else you need to know:
Pressed Eye Shadow offers gorgeous single eyeshadows with light-capturing powders in metallic finishes.

Revitalize your look this Spring with shu uemura’s limited edition Rebirth Collection. Inspired by the purity, energy, and innocence of the spring season, Mr. Uemura designed the 126th Mode Makeup collection to celebrate its 40th anniversary by using a combination of soft and vivid hues embellished with a unique and graceful leaf motif to communicate the revitalization of nature occurring at this time of year.

$20.00 shu uemura Rebirth Collection Pressed Eye Shadow IR Earth Brown

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