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Innisfree Mineral Cream Shadows

2.23.2015


I was recently gifted a few items from Innisfree, a very popular brand in Korea.  As I had mentioned in a previous post here, Innisfree has launched their global website, bringing Innisfree to the US market. Although I have turned a new direction in beauty products to more natural and organic, I wanted to share my opinion on these cream shadows.

Number 3

Number 2

Number 4

These cream shadow are surprisingly pigmented and are made with Jeju mineral powder and green tea.


Here you can see the wonderful pigment payoff of all three colors, especially #4!! The only one I am less impressed with is #2 (far right) as it seems a little chalky and was slightly difficult to swatch. I am not sure if this particular product has dried up or if this color just runs on the cakey side. These are all super long lasting and pretty easy to apply with your finger or a brush. I was a little disappointed as #2 was the color I would wear most as I do not tend to wear much makeup on my days off.

All of these cream shadows do not contain parabens, mineral oil or synthetic fragrance! Some of Innisfree's product contain the 10-free system that are free of animal ingredients, mineral oil, triethanolamine, acrylamide, silicon oil, PEG surfactant, imidazolidinyl urea, colorants, fragrance and talc and ethanol.

Would I repurchase...Probably not! These dried up fairly quickly and the more everyday, wearable shade #2 was too chalky and difficult to work with. I definitely have had better luck with Maybelline Tattoo and Mac Paint Pots. I would like to transition out of pot cream shadows altogether and onto cream shadows in a stick form like these Etude House Eye Sticks so please let me know if you have any suggestions :)
You can find out more information about Innisfree here!

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