Why, yes, we all know how much I adore Barry M Dazzle Dusts. I'm working on collecting most of them and I'm relying on special promotions that come far in between. I seriously do NOT need to be buying eyeshadow at regular price. I shouldn't be buying eyeshadow, period. lol
Please, keep on reading to see swatch and review of Barry M Dazzle Dust # 100 Brass.Here it is in all it's glory.
I have to say it acts like a typical mineral eyeshadow with little to no binders in them. You need a sticky base, primers don't work. Or use them wet, that's always a very good method with any loose shadow or pigment.
It's finely milled, no gross or gritty glitter chunks that I hate. It's, however, very very shimmery. Which all accounts for smooth, effortless and even application. Pigmentation is awesome, too.
The amount of product you get is insane; literally packed up to the lid.
My complaint - it goes even brassier on my skintone. It's almost burnt orange on me. Neutral or pink undertone ladies won't have this issue.
I blanked out the shadow on the right, which I see is not a good idea.
So to make up for it, I'm making a separte post with comparing similary toned Dazzle Dusts.
If you are on the market for a full sized bronze at an affordable price, you might want to look into getting this little pot.
Hope the swatches help,