Review & Swatches: Life's Entropy Eyeshadow / Pigment in Shadow Walk and Owl Always Love You


Life's Entropy Eyeshadow / Pigment in Owl Always Love You is described as a "shimmery reddish silver-grey with strong silver gold shift" and can be used on the face, eyes, and lips. Shadow Walk is described as a "shimmery reddish dark brown with gold shift and sparkle" and can also be used on the face, eyes, and lips. 




No Base / Urban Decay Primer Potion / NYX Eye Shadow Base in White / LASplash Splashproof Eyeshadow sealer 
In all the eye swatches, I did not use any primer. Looks pretty impressive, right? Owl Always Love You has a slight lavender/grey base and the gold shift makes it more wearable for someone with a more warm tone complexion like me. The color also darkens to a slate grey when used over a base.



Shadow Walk is the darkest color out of all the ones I got from Life's Entropy. It even looked a bit intimidating in the sample baggie. It's a great color to bring some drama into your eye look. Along with the reddish shimmer, I also see some gold and purple. 

I had some trouble making the "shifts" really show up, but it's quite lovely with just a satin kind of finish. Using your fingers makes the shifts show up more, but that usually leaves me with fall out all over my face.

Final Thoughts: I really love these shades. I never thought I could wear a grey-toned eye shadow by itself without it clashing with my skin tone, but Owl Always Love You is amazing. If I apply it very lightly, the golden shimmer is more apparent and so it works as an inner corner highlight too. Shadow Walk is a really nice shade to darken your eye look or even all over the lid. I recommend both of these shades and they'll make a great addition to any collection. 

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4 comments:

  1. Shadow Walk is REALLY pretty!

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  2. It really is! Now I'm just wondering if I can incorporate it into everything without looking too intense. hahaha

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  3. Omg I literally LOVE colours like these! The grey and the cool browns work so well together. Gah I must find shades like these!

    Sheri | Behind The Frames

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  4. I think the dark brown is supposed to be more warm toned, but it doesn't really show up on my eyes like that and leans more neutral with red shimmer.


    I never wore grey / silver eyeshadow before and now I'm in loveeee with this combination.

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