Name: Luminys Baked Eyeshadow
From Pupa’s website:
Luminys is a baked eyeshadow that can be used wet or dry; you can choose the intensity you prefer.
Used dry, it is delicate and luminous; used wet, it is intense and pearly.
Innovative oven-baking technology releases all the properties of the colour to make it even more sparkling and luminous and ensure maximum, long-lasting hold when applied.
What I liked:
- goes on smoothly
- lasts all day
- doesn’t crease
- great color payoff
What I didn’t like:
- the ingredients
- the packaging
Pupa Luminys eyeshadow is available in 12 beautiful shades. I have an aqua-greenish one with shimmers in it. It has a creamy consistency and can be used dry if you want a sheer and glowy look, or wet if you want a more intense color. Either way, it goes on smoothly and the color payoff is great. It doesn’t crease and lasts all day.
I don’t really like the packaging very much. It has an oval shape and is quite clanky but also quite big so it will last for a long time. It also contains a sponge applicator, but I have never used it as I prefer to use brushes.
However I don’t really like the ingredients in this product. It contains Isopropyl Myristate which is highly comedogenic and Imidazolidinyl Urea which, as I mentioned in my previous post, can release formaldehyde. It is the last ingredient on the list, meaning it was used in very small quantities, but I don’t really wanna put anything on my body that releases formaldehyde so this is going straight into the bin.
This eyeshadow can be used dry for a delicate look or wet if you want a more intense color. It goes on smoothly, doesn’t crease, lasts all day and the color payoff is great. However, it contains comedogenic and formaldehyde-releasing ingredients.
Rating: 2/5Disclaimer: the item was purchased by me for both personal and review purposes. The review is based on my own personal and honest experience with the product. For more information, please see my disclaimer.