Giorgio Armani Eye Tints

Giorgio Armani Eye Tints

Dec 2, 2016, 12:19:27 AM Life and Styles

Hello beautiful,

So we meet Welcome back to my blog. Today I will be reviewing one of the Giorgio Armani Eye tints I received from Influenster. Just some background info I got 3 Giorgio Armani Eye Tints in the shades Fur Smoke, Gold Ashes, & Nude Smoke. In this review I used the shade Fur Smoke as well as the Girogio Armani Eccentricco Mascara. So if you are interested in seeing and hearing how theses babies work then keep reading and like always be sure to follow me, like comment and subscribe!


So I first applied a eye primer on the lid, using the primer potion from Urban Decay. Then I used a light brown shade (any shade will do) and applied it to my crease as a transition shade to work the eye tint into after application to avoid harsh lines. After I had a transition shade applied I used Fur Smoke and applied it all over the lid and brought it up just a little under the crease to give me leverage to blend it outward towards the crease without going to high.


This product is super creamy it applies as a liquid, almost comparable to a liquid lip...and then it dries as a powder. I know right, it's so neat. The product was easy to work with as long as you work fast. It is fast drying and if you wait to long to try and blend it with the transition shade you will have a bit of trouble.

Other than that the product claims to be up to 16 hour wear and although I did not wear it that long I did wear it for an 8 hour shift and I did not see any creasing or chipping. The pigmentation of the shadow stayed all day, it didn't fade. I also used a bit of the shade Gold Ashes in the inner corner of the eye and that too seemed to have not moved at all upon getting home from work and school.


Overall, I am pretty impressed with this product. I have never used liquid eye shadows before so this was a neat first time product trying for me. I still use them when I am looking for a quick pop one color on and go look. They are great for smoky eyes and detailing areas of the eyes such as the inner corner and maybe even brow bone? could even be multi-purposed and used as a highlighter on the cheek bone? well not all of the colors of course but Gold ashes can definitely be used as a intense highlighter!

Let me know what you guys think? have you tried these? have you tried liquid shadows period?

Published by Lisa Rios

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