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Etude House Look At My Eyes and Look At My Eyes Cafe Review and Swatches

Hey guys. So, today I will be reviewing Etude house eye shadows. I have been collecting them for a while now and that’s the reason why the cute heart prints aren’t visible on some of them anymore. I’ve hit pan on one of the shades. Although it looks a bit nasty, I still want to include it because I want to show you guys how I much I love it. 😀 I will be reviewing Look At My Eyes and Look At My Eyes Café eye shadows.

 

They came out with 3 different lines.

Look At My Eyes: The original line with metallic/shimmer eye shadows.

Look At My Eyes Café: Mostly matte eye shadows.

Look At My Eyes Jewel: Super glitter/frosty eye shadows.

 

The Packaging

As expected from etude house, the packaging is so cute and sleek. They came out with see-through packaging which is so convenient.  They have super adorable hearts printed on them as well. It’s so light and thin so it’s very travel friendly.

The Product

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Look At My Eyes BR407

BR407 (shimmery): a medium brown with gold shimmers.

I absolutely love this shade; I use this all over my eyelid when I don’t feel like wearing too much eye shadows. This shade all on my lid with eyeliner and mascara, I’m good to go. 😀 This is not as smooth as matte shades because it has some shimmers in it. Personally, I don’t really mind it because I love the color so much.

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Look At My Eyes Cafe OR203

Or203 (satin): a light peach with tiny white shimmers.

This is from Look At My Eyes Café line. It has very teeny-tiny shimmers in it; a lot smaller than the ones from the original line. It’s almost matte. I don’t think you can even see the shimmers in the photo. I love this shade so much. I use it on my eyelid with Look At My Eyes Café BR407 in my crease for everyday look.

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Look At My Eyes Cafe PP502 “Blueberry Latte”

PP502 (matte): a light lavender.

I love the shade but it’s a bit powdery.

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Look At My Eyes Cafe BR401 “Cafe Latte”

Br401 (matte): a light brown with some pink to it.

I love using this shade as a transition color when creating a smoky eye. It blends seamlessly and glides on so well. It’s so smooth and creamy that’s why it’s one of my favorite shades.

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Look At My Eyes Cafe BR403 “Caramel Latte”

Br403 (matte): a light caramel brown.

I love using this as a crease color if I want a natural look and transition shade if I want a warm smokey eye. It’s highly pigmented and the quality is the same as BR401.

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Look At My Eyes Cafe RD301

RD301 (matte): a medium red with some pink to it.

It’s not as pigmented as I would like. I have to layer at least twice to get the pigmentation I want. In the etude house official picture, this shade looks more like a brownish red. That’s why I bought it without thinking twice. So, I’m a bit disappointed with this eye shadow.

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Look At My Eyes Cafe BR406 “Ginger Milk Tea”

Br406 (matte) : a medium brown with a hint of purple.

It’s highly pigmented, blends easily, so soft and smooth. I love using it as crease color when I want some depth to my eyes.

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Look At My Eyes Cafe BR407 “Beach Coconut”

Br407 (matte): a warm medium brown.

You can probably tell by looking at the picture. 😀 I love it so much. The quality is the same as those matte shadows.

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Look At My Eyes BR402 “Cafe Mocha”

Br402 (matte): a dark espresso

It’s almost like a black. Again the quality is same as those matte shadows; highly pigmented. Sometimes I use it as eyeliner when I want a natural looking makeup look.

Swatches:

Note: Without primer and one layer only except PP502 and RD301.

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From Left to Right : BR403, BR401, PP502, OR203, BR407
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From Left to Right: BR402, BR407, BR406, RD301
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Look At My Eyes BR407 on lid and Look at My Eyes Cafe Br402 in the outer corner.

Just wanted to share a look I created with these eye shadows.

Pros:

  • highly pigmented
  • long lasting
  • lots of shades and different finishes are available
  • blend easily
  • cute packaging
  • travel friendly
  • so affordable ($4.60 for Look At My Eyes and Look At My Eyes Cafe, $7.20 for Look At My Eyes Jewel)

Cons:

  • not all shades are pigmented and some are a bit powdery
  • not good for online buyers (because you can’t know if the quality of the particular shadow is good or not)

Overall:

The quality of these shadows are great but it would be better if you can personally go and buy from the official Etude House counter because you can swatch them. I also find that the shades are slightly differ from the promotional pictures. Of course, you can’t compare the quality to urban decay eye shadows. All in all, I absolutely love them and I’m definitely going to purchase more in the future. For the price, it’s really worth it.

Rating: 9/10

Would I purchase more? To whom would I recommend?

Yep I would. I would recommend it to beginners who are new to makeup.

Have you tried it? What’s your favourite drugstore eyeshadow?

*Disclaimer: I bought all of them with my own money and the opinions expressed are all as always honest. ;)*

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