Shiro Cosmetics Pigment Review Part 2

Following Charlotte's bad influence I decided to sacrifice some savings and place an order with the indie brand Shiro Cosmetics. I ordered the mini sized pigments so that I could try out more shades and so far I love them and will definitely be ordering more!

Packaged with my order were two generous sample pigments in the shades Majora's mask - a blue violet with white and rainbow shimmer and Tomb - a matte medium brown. Also the people at Shiro threw in some sweets which I thought was a cute detail that gives a personal feel to placing an order that you don't get with mainstream makeup brands.

I love Majora's mask a lot! I think this one will be in my next order...







 Here are all the pigments I received. Top (L-R): Snake, Colonel.
Second row: Baker's boy, Alkahestry
Third row: Smashing pots, Its Mossy!, Are you Shear you wanna enchant that?
Bottom row: Majora's Mask, Tomb


All the eye shadows have amazing pigmentation, especially Majora's Mask! My favourite shade so far is Baker's boy, a beautiful champagne with lots of shimmer and blue reflects. This is perfect all over the lid and adds a bit of extra sparkle to daytime looks. Alkahestry is similar to Static pure pigment from Illamasqua but leans more blue whereas static has a pink duo-chrome. 

My least favourite pigment is Are you shear you wanna enchant that? as I was expecting the shade to have a stronger pigmentation and shimmer as it tends to apply a little... well sheer. However I am yet to try this over a black base which I think will transform the look of the eyeshadow.

I hope you enjoyed this post and stay tuned to see the other exciting things the postman will be delivering soon! Do we hear whispers of 'MAC Kelly Osbourne?'

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  2. I like the colors !

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    1. Shiro has an amazing colour range, definitely going to be picking up more shades in the future!

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