Product Review: Nvey Eco Organic Creative Eye Color System (#1 & #6)


Mission: To find a versatile natural eyeshadow pallette

Merchandise: Nvey Eco Organic Creative Eye Color System (#1 & #6)

Taken directly from their website:

"Finely milled with an extra soft base of Corn Silk and Jojoba Oil, NVEY ECO, Organic Eye Shadows can be used in combination to enhance and contour the eye or individually for a flush of color. Chamomile and Vitamins A, C, and E make for a smooth and soft formula excellent for dry and sensitive skin. Single shades can be used, or step it up with a combination of shades; can be used wet (with water only). Each palette selection contains five (5) full-size shadows; these shadows are also available as singles."

I first heard of Nvey Eco through New Beauty magazine.This particular cosmetic line has been featured in several beauty/lifestyle magazines as one of the pioneers in the natural/organic makeup industry. Needless to say, I was very excited to try it.

I love the packaging and color combination from both palletes. The colors are buildable and applies easily. However, I would use these shadows for daytime wear as opposed to evening wear. I suppose you can use these colors for evening, but I prefer colors with a bit more tint for an effective smokey-eye look.

For a different perspective, I brought this with me to L.A. to have one of my Glaminar sisters (Samantha) swatch the colors and give me her take on the product. She states that "it goes on so light and I like the shimmer. It reminds me of an ULTA pallette. It's not bad, but I would prefer a heavier look". As far as pigmentation goes, I would have to agree.

But I've found that if you foil these shadows (mix shadow with water) the color payoff is amazing!

*Eyeshadow tip*
If you feel "iffy" about your eyeshadow pallete, try foiling them for a more dynamic look. Works like a charm.

Nvey Eco is an Australian made product with an impressive track record from beauty and lifestyle publications, "green" makeup artists, and celebrities who continue to support and endorse their products.

*Green tip*
Cosmetic products are minimally regulated by the FDA in the US. However, Australia has one of the most stringent regulatory systems in the world for cosmetic chemicals through NICNAS,  Australia's government regulator of industrial chemicals for the protection of human health.

With that in mind, I understood why the demand for these items. Clean ingredients and versatility of use.



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2 comments:

Julie said...

Thanks for the review Nancy! I've been happy with the pigment in my Jane Iredale eye shadows. I regularly use the day time kit. (for night and day looks) http://shop.janeiredale.com/products/eyeshadow/11414-purepressed-eye-shadow-kit-daytime.htm

Nancy Del Carmen-Cox said...

You're welcome Julie! :)

There's always that challenge with natural cosmetic product's "staying power". As a makeup artist I look for several ways to extend the longevity of natural makeup on skin. Applying primer and eyeshadow base typically does the trick. Not a big deal. If these two simple steps help avoid placing harsh chemicals, detergents, dyes, resin, etc. on the skin - then I've succeeded with my intention.

Ah yes, Jane Iredale. :)
Stay tuned Julie because I'll be doing a review on their Makeup Artist II palette along with a few other products from their line. The colors look amazing! Cant wait to try them.

Cheers!

<3

~Nancy

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