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These finely pressed shadows come in a rainbow of hues, from subtle neutrals to pop-tastic brights. They blend easily, and last all day without fading — what more could you want? Go ahead, start experimenting!
Stila eyeshadows are some of my faviorite. Great pigmentation, true to color, long lasting, and variety of colors. I love that they ahve a lot of cool colors, which I tend to like best. Both pans and palettes are a great.5
Love this shade for highlighting the brow bone and tear duct. Makes a great all over the lid shade for brightening up any eye look. Great purchase!5
I have the shade Kitten and this eyeshadow is STUNNING! Such a pretty pink-champagne color and adds serious brightness wherever you apply it. I've used this when creating spotlight looks or to add some brightness to the inner corner. This can also be used to highlight the face as well, very versatile product.5
Great coverage, no fallout, and smooooooth. Feels kinda like silica. Stays on great and is great as a base or transition shade.5
Shades are sooo perfect!! Can't wait to get more to wear5
This is amazing the color is beautiful and the formula is good too
Kitten is the utimate all over shade, it lasts all day, and it looks good on any skin tone. I've used it for years and have yet to find a better base color!5
I like Stila and own a lot of their eyeshadows...they last and are very vibrant. The compacts are well made and last.5
I love this shadow! It's super silky for when I am in a jam and have to use my finger for application. The metallic flecks in Cloud are even to create a great highlight for daytime wear. Use an extra layer on your inner lid for a great accent to dress up smoky eyes. Would work well on any color eye (mine are brown).5
Already a fan of the regular pan Stila eyeshadows, I was looking to replace one in my palette that was a different line that come with some unexpectedly large glitter chunks. Back to to the regular line I went and chose espresso - a color I didn't have in my lineup. In the pan it has a milk chocolate color and subtle sheen, and in swatch a slightly grayer, more matte appearance. I knew then it would make an awesome smokey eye. I used a UD eye primer, a generic pale shade all over the lid, Stila Puppy as the transition shade and then worked in little patches smoking out the Espresso shade. Amazing. I could smoke where I wanted to, and build intensity where I wanted to, and with the UD eye primer it lasted 16hrs. Very pleased.5