Jesse's Girl Rosemary Frost Mineralized Baked Eyeshadow Review+Swatches




 Jesse's Girl says "get out of this work eyes" with their Mineralized Baked Powder Eyeshadows. These budget friendly baked shadows are available in six shades, today I'm reviewing Rosemary Frost. Each Mineralized Baked Powder Eyeshadow contains 2 grams of product and sell for $4 individually, or in six piece bundle for $23.94 [there is no discount for buying the bundle]. I received Rosemary Frost in an Ipsy Bag. Jesse's Girl products can be bought online from the brand's website, or at Rite Aid, if you'd rather shop in-store. Jesse's Girl is cruelty free. this eyeshadow was made in China.

 Jesse's Girl's Mineralized Baked Powder Eyehadows come in clear, square plastic compacts. The domed eyeshadow is centered in a black plastic pan that's removable from the compact. The shade name and full ingredient list can be found on the back of the packaging. This eyeshadow's packaging is quite sturdy, I've dropped it a couple times and everything has remained intact. Unfortunately, this product's packaging is not recyclable.
 I'll just come right out and say it - Jesse's Girl's Rosemary Frost Mineralized Baked Eyeshadow is one of the absolute worst eyeshadows I've ever had this misfortune of owning. I'll try to contain my rage, but it'll be hard! Rosemary Frost has a rough, extremely dry texture - you can scrape your brush or finger over this eyeshadow over and over and pick up almost no color at all. Where is the pigment? Who knows?! If you want Rosemary Frost to show up at all, you must use it wet - and even then its quite underwhelming. Wet or dry, this eyeshadow is resistant to blending, On the upside, wear time is decent - Rosemary Frost lasts 6 to 7 hours on me with no fading and just a bit of creasing.
 In the pan, Rosemary Frost is mainly a light, cool lilac shade with silvery white veining that'll vary from pan to pan. Applied dry, it shows up as a vague hint of kinda purple with soft shimmer. Foiled and applied wet, this is a frosty lilac shade.
Wow. What a sad excuse for a baked eyeshadow. The texture is exceptionally dry, and practically devoid of pigment. What a shame, Rosemary Frost has the potential to be a very pretty color. Spend you $4 on a better drugstore simple, or better yet, buy ELF's Wisteria single - its a similar color, better quality, and just a buck. 




Ingredients:
Mica, Talc, Paraffinum liquidum, Dimethicone, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Polyamide 12, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Polyparaben, Butylparaben May Contain: Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491,CI 77492,CI 77499), Ultramarine (CI 77007), Manganese Violet (CI 77742), Chromium Oxide Green, Ferric Ferrocyanide (CI 77510), D&C Red 40 LAKE(CI 16035)

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