Mary Kay Paradise Calling Whipped Eye Color in Seafoam and Tiki Hut* | Review

26 January, 2015

This review features press sample(s) sent for consideration.015

Introducing Mary Kay Paradise Calling Whipped Eye Color in Seafoam and Tiki Hut for Spring 2015!  When these first arrived across my desk the first thing I thought of was a MAC Paint Pot!  It took everything I had not to start testing these bad boys out until I finished taking photos (#beautbloggerproblems), but I managed to do it.  While taking the photos was fun, the real fun came when it was time to begin testing these out!Described as lightweight and airy, these Whipped Eye Color pots are like MAC Paint Pots, but better.  They are actually closer in formula and texture to the Lise Watier Ombre Soufflé Suprême, but they are a few $$ cheaper.  The formula of the Mary Kay Whipped Eye Color is super, super soft.  When you dip your brush into it, it’s like you are dipping it into a very soft mousse.  As a result, not only do you need very little of the product, but they apply like a dream.

There is no painful tugging when applying on the very delicate eye lid and you can build your coverage from as sheer to as pigmented as you like.  There is no fallout when applying and the Mary Kay Whipped Eye Color does not flake off either.  I got a full 8 hours wear out of these babies, and didn’t experience any creasing in the colour once applied.

Seafoam is a pastel green perfect for spring.  For some reason, when I first saw it it made me think of Ariel from The Little Mermaid!  Seafoam is a shade that can be a bit scary, but will look lovely on most skin tones.  For those with a darker skin tone such as myself, start off with a light application and build it up to your desired intensity.  The key is to avoid looking like a clown here!  Seafoam Whipped Eye Color would also be a great base for a green shadow to give it that extra staying power.

Tiki Hut is a warm toned brown shade that will work any time of the year.  This shade will look absolutely amazing on anyone and it the pearlized shimmer will give any neutral look that extra bit of something.  Once again, Tiki Hut can be used as a base for eye shadow for staying power, or it can be used by itself.

Tip: When applying with a brush, make sure you are using a brush with synthetic fibres.   I found I used less product and it applied with a synthetic brush as opposed to a fur based brush.

The Mary Kay Paradise Calling Whipped Eye Color in Seafoam and Tiki Hut ($18 ea. CAD) will be available starting February 16th from Mary Kay.  My advice is to get them while you can because these beauties will only be available for a limited time.

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018Mary Kay Paradise Calling Whipped Eye Color 

016Mary Kay Paradise Calling Whipped Eye Color in Seafoam

018Mary Kay Paradise Calling Whipped Eye Color 

020Mary Kay Paradise Calling Whipped Eye Color in Tiki Hut

025Mary Kay Paradise Calling Whipped Eye Color in Seafoam (bottom) &  Tiki Hut (top)

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  • writingwhimsy

    i love my cream shadows and these look gorgeous!

    • Nicole About Town

      These are stunning!

  • Jennifer Monforton

    Ooh, how gorgeous! Love the shimmer and these are such perfect shades for Spring :)

    • Nicole About Town

      They are gorgeous! I can’t wait to incorporate them into my daily routine.

  • MizzJ

    So pretty! I love colors like these in summer. Do these apply well with just fingers too or would you recommend a brush?

    • Nicole About Town

      You could apply them with your finger, although, sticking your finger into the pot would just add bacteria to it. If you have a little spatula and can scoop some colour out and then apply it with your finger that would work.

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