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Monday, December 8, 2014

Review & Swatches: Paula Dorf Aztec City Eyeshadow Palette + FREE Teal Mascara for Readers!

Just in time for fall, Paula Dorf was kind enough to send me the Aztec City Eyeshadow Palette - a cool mix of neutrals and soft, yet colorful hues. The palette comes in a sleek black lacquered packaging with a sizable mirror inside, and a dual-ended brush built for building color, buffing it out, and lining.

As it's my first Paula Dorf product, I really didn't know what to expect with this palette. I'm happy to say that I was really pleased with how these shadows performed! This palette includes a frosty gold-white, and duo-chrome gold-blue, a shimmery lilac with subtle silver shimmer, a medium matte brown, and a deep matte chocolate brown. The last two shades are great not only for blending shadows throughout the crease, and adding depth to the outer corner, but also filling in brows! This palette is a multi-tasker. As far as performance goes, I was happy with how smooth and easy to blend each shadow is. While I did find that the colorful shades sheered out during use, it allowed the duo-chrome qualities of the frosted white and teal to really pop.

In addition to the palette, they also sent me a mascara, and an exclusive deal for you! Their Lash Color mascara in teal is one that promises smudge and flake-proof mascara that build to thicken and lengthen lashes. I found it provided just enough of a teal hue to bring out the green in my eyes, but wasn't so bold that it took away from the contrast I typically need a mascara to provide. While I found it was best at separating and lengthening my lashes, it definitely lived up to its budge-proof name. No flakes or smudges here! To snag a free teal mascara for yourself, you can use code TEAL with any purchase of an Aztec City Eyeshadow Palette from Paula Dorf's website!

What Paula Dorf products have you tried? What are your favorites?

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