I’m back to share some goodies that arrived from Eyeko last week, as promised. I was very late to the Eyeko party. So many YouTubers and bloggers rave about their range so I’m chuffed to have the opportunity to try their products. Here is what I received and my initial impressions:
L to R: Vampira Polish, Tea Rose Polish, Posh Polish, Petite Polish, Coral Polish, Graffiti liners in Brown, Navy Blue and Purple
My first impressions
Vampira looks a tad scary to me at first glance. It’s described as a glossy black with blood red shimmer and that’s exactly how it looks in the bottle. It’ll be interesting to see how this looks on my nails. It looks a little gothic for this time of year.
Tea Rose Polish is just gorgeous. I have already done a blog post and swatch of this one.
Posh Polish is a taupe shade. I have yet to try this one but will report back with swatches when I do. To me it looks like am milkier version of OPI Metro Chic – which I love.
Petite Polish is described as a pretty pink lustre. I have it on my finger and toe nails at the moment. Although I like it, it’s very sheer so don’t expect pale pink nails. It’s similar to the effect you get from using a pink toned fresh manicure polish. I will post a picture of what it looks like on the nails this evening.
Coral Polish is well, a bright coral. It looks creamy and cheery. I’ll be giving this one a try this afternoon and will post some pictures.
I have tried the graffiti liner in black and enjoyed using it – until Poppy got a hold of it and chewed the lid to shreds. It made flicking out eye liner a doddle so I was excited to see other shades. I have tried the brown and purple and liked both. I think today it is time for some Navy Blue action. I’ll also post some photos and swatches of these.
All in all I like Eyeko as a brand. I like the quirky way they are packaged and love the consistency of the nail polishes I have tried so far. Other than liner, mascara (which I love) and polishes I haven’t tried any of their other products although their brightening cream looks interesting.
What do you recommend from Eyeko?