Friday, 29 April 2011

Yaby Eyeshadows - Part Two

As promised, I'm going to be doing a full review about my new Yaby eyeshadows. I ordered the following Yaby eyeshadows from themakeupartistboutique; Summer Night, Mermaid Blue, Tropical Ocean, Baby Sapphire, Sunny Ocean, Platinum, Antique and Fairy Princess. I absolutely adore Yaby eyeshadows as they are probably the most pigmented eyeshadows I have ever come across. They also have an incredibly soft texture and you are able to blend them well.

Here they are...

From left to right; Summer Night, Mermaid Blue, Tropical Ocean, Baby Sapphire, Sunny Ocean, Platinum, Antique, Fairy Princess.

Here's a list of which are Pearl Paint eyeshadows and which are normal eyeshadows. You'll see that I've explained which finish the normal eyeshadows give.

Summer Night - Pearl Paint eyeshadow
Mermaid Blue - Pearl Paint eyeshadow
Tropical Ocean - Pearl Paint eyeshadow
Baby Sapphire - Pearl Paint eyeshadow
Sunny Ocean - (Frost)
Platinum - Pearl Paint eyeshadow
Antique - Pearl Paint eyeshadow
Fairy Princess - (High Shine)

And now for the all important swatches...

From left to right; Summer Night, Mermaid Blue, Tropical Ocean, Baby Sapphire.

More lovely swatches...

From left to right; Sunny Ocean, Platinum, Antique, Fairy Princess.

I love each and every one of these eyeshadows but the one eyeshadow I wouldn't advise you to buy is 'Tropical Ocean'. The eyeshadow itself is a lovely light blue/silver colour however it took at least 5 swipes to be able to get an acceptable swatch. This eyeshadow doesn't have a soft texture like the rest of them which is weird so maybe I got a dud, I don't know. 

The one eyeshadow I definitely would advise you to buy is 'Sunny Ocean' as it kinda reminds me of MAC duocrome eyeshadows. If you're not familiar with MAC duocrome eyeshadows then they're basically eyeshadows that have a base colour and also an undertone colour. Sunny Ocean is a blue based eyeshadow which also has a golden undertone to it. It's simply amazing.

Here's my Yaby eyeshadow collection so far...

Just another 18 to go and I'll have finally filled my Yaby palette...yay! 

I honestly cannot fault Yaby eyeshadows at all and I will continue to buy them in the future. Liz Yu has definitely done a great job by creating this wonderful brand. Well done Liz! :) 

I think the next thing to try is Yaby blushes, if anyone else has tried anything Yaby then comment in the box below and tell me what you've tried! 

Where to buy;
Yaby Pearl Paint eyeshadows - £2.50
Yaby normal eyeshadows - £1.99
These can both be bought from themakeupartistboutique

Thanks for reading!


  1. wow those eyeshadows are amazing, and for so cheap! thank you for the post will deffo be checkin' out the site. also your make up application in previous posts is incredible, seriously you should think about being a make up artist or something! newest follower xxxxx

  2. They really are amazing! great quality and an even greater price! :) Aww good! I'm sure you'll find something you like! :D
    Thank you my love! It's really nice of you to say that :) As it happens I'm going doing make-up courses in september :D and yay! my newest follower! :D xxxxxx


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