These Cream Eyeshadows Remind Us Of The Paint We Used As Kids

Unlike old school paint, though, these can be applied on the eyelids!
PHOTO: (LEFT) Mixi Ignacio, (RIGHT) Jico Joson

Revlon recently released a makeup line called ~*Shoot The Moon*~. It contains highlighting palettes, metallic lip glosses and lipsticks, and creamy eyeshadows. Each product's packaging is designed with stars, spaceships, and everything galaxy-related.

While everything in the collection is a must-have, we have to bring your attention back to the creamy eyeshadows (Eye Paints) because they look exactly like the tubes of paint we used as kids during art class! They're so cute and the name could not be more appropriate because it actually allows you to "finger paint" your lids with multiple celestial-inspired colors.

A few more things to know about Eye Paint: It comes in four shadesCosmic Dust (dark silver), Mystic Aura (vibrant teal), Eclipse (dreamy violet), and Starlit (shimmery taupe). It has a formula that sets, preventing it from transferring and moving, and it can be used as both an eyeshadow and eyeliner!

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These eyeshadows are so pigmented and opaque, you only need the tiniest bit for a sheer wash of color. But of course, if you want to dial up your peepers for nighttime, you can easily build it up without having to worry about it creasing, cracking, or fading.

Here's what they look like:

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Revlon Shoot The Moon Eye Paints cost P575 each and are available at selected Revlon counters.

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