Heart Breaker Cosmetics

Hi Guys and Dolls! I’ve had these great shadows from Heartbreaker Cosmetics since July, and somehow they were lost in my mess of makeup storage. What’s worse is I took these pictures back then, but it must have been when I got my new computer, and so the whole thing must have just fallen out of my brain! Excuses excuses, I know, but WOW is this late!
From L-R Blaze, Habit, Buzzed, Rock Bottom, Pink Bubbly, At Last
From L-R Blaze, Habit, Buzzed, Rock Bottom, Pink Bubbly, At Last

From L-R Blaze, Habit, Buzzed, Rock Bottom, Pink Bubbly, At Last
From L-R Blaze, Habit, Buzzed, Rock Bottom, Pink Bubbly, At Last

Anyway, so Heartbreaker Cosmetics is a small Mineral Makeup company that has an awesome music/Rocker theme, but keeps it’s girly flare!Β  The website is easy to navigate since the colors are divided by finish ( a HUGE plus for me! and they have quite a few Mattes, great for mature women/men & those who don’t always like shine, like me). All the colors I have are really pretty and fun,Β  but none of them are over the top or offensive in anyway. I remember when I first opened my package and swatched these all on the back of my hand, I was SO excited by the smoothness and pigmentation. These aren’t really for those looking for super bright and trendy shades, but they are really well pigmented and not at all over pearly, sheer or anything undesirable about mineral eye colors. All the shades I have are Titanium Dioxide based as well, so they provide sun protection (this probably also provides some of the awesome opaqueness). My Faves are Rock Bottom, Pink Bubbly, and At Last. Rock Bottom is a such a pretty purple with out being too loud, yet it is fun with it’s pretty sheen, but it’s not too sparkly! Lucky me, the three shades go together well:

Colors used: Rock Bottom(crease), Pink Bubbly(Lid), and At Last( Highlight)
Colors used: Rock Bottom(crease), Pink Bubbly(Lid), and At Last( Highlight)
Colors used: Rock Bottom(crease), Pink Bubbly(Lid), and At Last( Highlight)
Colors used: Rock Bottom(crease), Pink Bubbly(Lid), and At Last( Highlight)
Colors used: Pink Bubbly (inner lid), Buzzed (outer lid), Rock Bottom (crease), At Last (highlight)
Colors used: Pink Bubbly (inner lid), Buzzed (outer lid), Rock Bottom (crease), At Last (highlight) This is the only shot I got of this one.

These looks were done hastily the day I got these in the mail.Β  Check out Heartbreaker Cosmetics here . Thank You to Susan of Heartbreaker Cosmetics for sending me these to try out, they’re great!

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8 thoughts on “Heart Breaker Cosmetics

  1. I can’t stay off your blogs- and finding the product reviews.. I’m still happy I found your tutorial- it’s helping me get in the swing of what’s out there that works well instead of constant trials and errors! Thanks for doing the hard work for us!

    1. it’s not really a dupe, it’s actually better. Dear Cupcake you really had to layer and layer, but this one is effortless.

  2. Ok my dear I need your help! I am a bit confused after watching your reviews and the reviews of others on mineral eyeshadows. There are so many companies to choose from! So here is my dilema. Which one’s do you prefer the most? The one’s that interest me most are Medusa, Beauty from the Earth, Calypso and Heartbreaker. I have seen a lot of videos on MAC pigment samples as well but I don’t know if I should just get “dupes” of specific colors from other companies. HELLLLP! What is a makeup DIVA on a budget going to do???!!!

    Thanks!

    1. My Fave Mineral Companies are Beauty From the Earth and Calypso Minerals. MAC Pigments are the best “deal” out of all of these, but it’s still 20 dollars for a huge thing of pigment that you’ll probably never use. I’ve had Vanilla pigment for 2 years and I haven’t even made a dent in it. Mineral companies shadows are also a bit brighter/more options/uniqueness than MAC Pigments. MAC piggies are really different from mineral eyeshadow though, texture wise.

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