They aren't gritty like glitter, and they glide on smoothly.
By Bloomin' Beauty on June 04, 2012
One of the stand-outs of her entire range are her eyeshadow quads (of which I have personally purchased seven). Fair and Square is no exception. The mix of satin neutrals with high-powered shimmers makes the product undeniably versatile. Two of the shades are beyond creamy (the taupe brown and peachy/pink). The pink shade is drier and more powdery, and not my favorite texture of the group. The final shade is actually a cream--a full-on shimmer in the best possible way. I find all the shades blend easily and work well together. The thing I love about the way Sonia Kashuk does shimmer shades is that they aren't gritty like glitter, and they glide on smoothly.
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