Who is it for: Women who want their eyes to look youthful, yet emphasized and defined.
Why is it different: The aerated texture of these eye shadows lies down a smooth film of luminous, stunning color, and stays weightless, flexible, and flawless over time.
How do I use it: Wear the shadows alone or take the lighter shade and apply all over the lid from lash line to crease. Then, take the darker shade and apply it in the crease for beautiful definition.
From Mally Beauty.
- Includes 0.18-oz Modern Matte Eye Shadow Duo and brush applicator
- Sage: includes Fresh Meadow, a pale green shade, and Ivy, a hunter green shade
- Earth: includes Earth, a chocolate brown shade, and Sky, a vibrant blue shade
- Sunset: includes Purple Haze, a lavender shade, and Pink Horizon, a peachy pink shade
- Eye shadow made in Canada; Brush made in China
I tried the Sunset Palette. A combo of purple and a light coral pink, you wouldn't think the two would come together, but they actually do. They create a beautiful "sunset" look on the eyelid, and I love the coral alone too. The palette comes with a signature Mally brush and mirror. One thing I always credit Mally for is creating gorgeous compacts that always include a nice brush and a mirror, (something all companies should do)
I've been wearing the coral alone each day and had several compliments on. I finally got the courage to pull both colors together. (Please don't judge my bad eyebrows I know i need to pluck them!) Usually I would never grab a purple eyeshadow but this one works and lasts at least 6-8 hours without an eyelid primer. It was refreshing to try out a "matte" shadow without any microshimmer or pigment. Sometimes you just need a nice matte. I would be curious to see how the Sage fairs since greens is another color I would never go for, but I would love to see someone wear it.
Aside from the nasty hairs I need to pluck around my eyebrow, the colors blend nicely and I'm going to go a little bit above and beyond next time and do a bit more of a deeper look. But the colors combined do remind me of a morning sunset.
The Mally Evercolor Modern Palette is available at QVC and of course Mally's website for $29.98. Did I mention the palette also has a beautiful snake skin theme? Mally you come up with the most gorgeous casings!
Disclosure: A press sample was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.