CORAL EYESHADOW: JUST PEACHY?

I hardly wear eye makeup because my eyes are extremely sensitive and prone to inflammation. I don’t use mascara and eyeliner. I do put on eye shadow when I need to but even that is a risk I have to take. Last week, however, for some crazy reason, I found myself picking up an “ophthalmologically tested” eyeshadow stick from Kiko Cosmetics. I bought #29 (intensive coral) with the intention of wearing it during the day. Though I was on the fence about the color, I chose it nonetheless because it was the least “daring” among the choices available (the others being blue, green and fuchsia). And because I remain unsure about the color, I haven’t gone around wearing it.  What do you guys think of coral on the eyelids?

UPDATE: My left eye became inflamed from trying on the eyeshadow around the house. Argh. I just got back from the doctor and I have to wear an eye patch until  tomorrow. Hope the medication works, otherwise I will have to see an eye specialist. So let it be known, Kiko’s “ophthalmologically tested” products are NOT safe for sensitive eyes! 

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4 thoughts on “CORAL EYESHADOW: JUST PEACHY?

    • Yay, thanks!! You just made me feel better about my color choice! Unfortunately, this eyeshadow (like all others I’ve tried) isn’t for me. My sensitive eyes couldn’t tolerate it. I just updated my post to share a bit about what happened :(

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