Saturday, May 12, 2012

New Shades From Ellis Faas- Creamy Eyes


The Creamy Eyes range from Ellis Faas is getting seven new shades today: Navy Blue (E113), Bordeaux Red (E114), Purple (E115), Lilac (E116), Mint Green (E117), Light Blue (E118) and Yellow Ochre (E119). Creamy Eyes is a wonderfully long wearing, full coverage cream-to-powder formula, so having more colorful and springy shades is going to provide us with some serious fun.

These are the official Ellis Faas swatches of the new colors (click to see in high-res). I already have favorites. How about you?








The new Creamy Eyes shades are available as of this weekend (€26/$36/£23) from ellisfaas.com, SpaceNK, and Sephora (online only).

All photos courtesy of Ellis Faas.

10 comments:

  1. I want the first three

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  2. I hate to use the expression but it was the first one that popped in my head when I saw these. Eye shadow porn.

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  3. I naturally gravitate to the purple shade, since I love those, but I'm really impressed that the pastels- lilac, mint green and light blue- look a little greyer/ browner/ dustier than usual. Normally, very cool pastels make me looked washed out, since they're too close to my eye colour, but I feel like this would be more workable.

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  4. Oooh the looks seem very editorial to me. I like! I hear they're not as long wearing as they claim though. I wish I could know without shelling the money for it!

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  5. I love the looks of the first three, I wonder when they will hit the SpaceNK stores. Our local SF Bloomies carries EF.
    @Annick-I have oily skin, including on my eyelids; Ellis Faas eye shadows are very long-lasting and stay color true all day on me, with or without a primer. I'd say they are well worth the money. I use my fingers or a brush for application.

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  6. Ohhh, I love #4,5,6. I wore one of their highlighters on my eyes for the first time today, it looks pretty and it lasted more than 6 hours with a base. I really like the concept and formula of this line of makeup.

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  7. The shadows themselves look lovely, but that eyeliner + mascara + lashes combo looks tragic and messy.

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  8. I think it looks like it's finally time to try Ellis Faas. Kate is right. Somehow these look more wearable than pastel shades would typically be. I LOVE the look of the darker shades as well. I would love to know what some of the liners used are as well. Gorgeous combos.

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  9. As of today, these new shades are not available at Sephora online.

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  10. No, not at Sephora. TF said Sephora did not buy them from EF. Has that changed?

    I'll be getting Navy, Purple and Lilac.

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