I love these Cream Colour for Eyes by Tom Ford as they come in a variety of different colours and are perfect as bases for your eyeshadows or can be used as an eyeshadow by itself.
Pigmentation and Colour
I specifically love this colour (Spice) because its such a perfect colour for autumn as its a really warm bronzy tone, you can use it in either thinly on the lids as a simple base to hold other shadows to it but it can also be used more thickly as an actual eyeshadow. I love this colour as well because its really pigmented a little goes a long way not to mention the finish of it is gorgeous, its a sheeny-glittery but not chunks of glitter but just little specks of glitter.
I used the Daniel Sandler Scandal at Midnight Palette over the top of the cream to show you how it looks as just a cream and how it looks with a powder on top.
The Cream Colour for Eyes lasts a long time i remember using it on a shoot a while back and it was a full day shoot around 8+ hours and there was no creasing or flaking. There was a little fading but that is to be expected after 8 hours.
The packaging is nothing special at all its just a glass jar with a lid containing the product if im honest yes its functional and the product doesn’t dry out but i realised the logo on the top isnt embossed like the Chanel Illusion D’ombre the Tom Ford label is actually a sticker just placed on top of the lid which to me seems very cheap especially for a brand like Tom Ford
Price and Where to Buy
You can get the Tom Ford Cream Colour for Eyes in Spice from House of Fraser, Selfridges, Harrods and Harvey Nichols for £28.
|I used the Tom Ford Cream Colour for Eyes in Spice on this photoshoot
The Good? and The Bad?
The Good?- The colour lasts a long time and is pigmented
The Bad?- The Packaging is a bit lacking
Have you tried these?
What is your favourite shade?
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