We all know that a lot of brands started coming up with their own versions of Urban Decay's "Naked" which has neutral colors. One of those brands is Physician's Formula. I haven't heard of it yet until my Aunt, who just arrived from New York, gave me one (thank you Tito Andy and Tita Joy!). Believe me, it's one of the cutest product I've ever seen!
Ready to see what it looks like? *wink*
See how cute the packaging is?? That's a true lace overlay on the product with a
cute pink ribbon. So girly..
At the side, you will see the three looks you can create using this product.
While at the back, you'll see some instructions and descriptions of the product.
These are the ingredients listed below the box.
I forgot to take a picture of it, but this product claims that it's: Hypoallergenic, Fragrance free, Paraben free, Dermatologist approved, Safe for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers, Gluten free.
It's small! Cute. :)
Eyeshadow applicator in wedge shape.
Most beauty bloggers and gurus said that some of the colors were dupe of UD Naked 1 and 2 palettes. I don't own one so I can't confirm it.
- small, can fit in to your pouch/kit
- packaging, super cute and cheeky
- shimmery, good for highlighting
- paraben free
- can be used wet or dry
- colors are buildable
- not locally available
- pigment is not that okay
- no separate chambers, you might grab the other color while getting the desired one.
Well, I must say that this is a very interesting product into the world of neutral palettes. The shades are decent but doesn't have an outstanding pigmentation, but using a good primer will make it better. I can't recommend this for professional makeup artists.
Have you tried any physician's formula products yet?