The Body Shop new colour crush eyeshadow review





The Body Shop has released a new range or Colour Crush products, all through from lipsticks to eyeshadows. The eyeshadow range consists of a fashion-forward palette of 30 mono eyeshadows of the season's must have stand out shades ranging from from elegant beiges, to shocking brights in a mix of pearly and matte finishes.  Incredibly blendable and buildable, these intense shades can be applied wet or dry and worn alone, together or layered, creating different looks from daytime chic to full-on night-time glamour.
The mono eyeshadows come in a clear recyclable packaging, which gives a better view of the rich color inside.  
High quality pigments are coated with a silky blend of Community Fair Trade oils, creating optimal light reflection to bring out all their brilliance and clarity.  The super-smooth and silky, luminous colour glides on, melting and fusing seamlessly with skin to reveal a vibrant intensity.
The best part about it:
100% Cruelty Free - these are vegetarian, and 100% cruelty free - these shadows do not contain any bug shell extract to colour the product, any shimmer effect is made from mineral mica and the binding agents are made from vegetable materials instead of crushed shellfish.  
The Colour Crush eyeshadows benefit from a blend of Community Fair Trade Brazil nut oil, marula oil, honey, organic coconut oil and sesame oil.  The community fair trade Brazil nut oil comes from the Candela co-op in Peru.  The 'castaneros' or nut gatherers collect the broken nuts that can't be sold for food use and hand-crack them to extract the oil.  Trade has helped to protect 3000 hectares of rainforest in the Madre de Dios region.  Sustainable harvesting also helps to support the indigenous species that depend on the Brazil nut tree, such as the orchid bee. 
The shade I picked is 215 Coconuts About You; a neutral brown shade with orange undertones.
This mono eyeshadow come in tiny pot that costs 100 LE. quite price for a single shade but you will not regret it as I didn't find any Con for that product. So, it's definitely worth it

Pros:
Natural
Reasonable priced
Pigmented
Variation of color

Cons:
Quite pricey here in Egypt (for a mono Eyeshadow , 100 LE is too much)

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