Physician’s Formula POP Shimmer Strips Review

Hey Guys and Dolls!

Today I have a review of the Physician’s Formula POP Shimmer Strips collection for ya! The video below explains everything pretty well, but there were a few things that would only make sense when you see the swatch pictures, and a few things I forgot ūüôā

I was less than scientific when swatching the gel liners, so I would like to say I could have made some of these more opaque. I also love how you can see that the browns are all different, so if you want more than one, you can rest assured that it’s not all the same color. The sparkles in the black liner show up best for me with the blue and green sets.

EDIT Sept 10: Many of you asked for close-ups of the mascara wands . These are the rubbery-kind.¬† I normally dislike this type of¬† rubbery-wand, but for whatever reason these work for me! As you can see the black side is larger and the “combs” are thicker and a little shorter than the color side.

As you can see in these pictures, not only does the black part of each mascara duo have sparkle, but they are tinted by the corresponding color. Also the Blue is the darkest, followed closely by the green. They make the Hazel and Brown ones look well, brown. The crazy thing is, when I first bought the hazel one, I LOVED how black it was! This is why I love comparison swatching! I’d never swatches mascara before but it’s easy & I LOVE it!

By the time I got around to swatching the eye shadow palettes I finally got a little scientific with it! These were all swatched dry, using a lowe-cornell 1/4 inch maxine’s mop brush, and I picked up color no more than 3 times per shadow, but I would rub it back and fourth a few times each time I would get color.¬† So yes, these were built up, but there are only a handful of shadows that are POW with one swipe. I wanted to explain that process; I liked doing the swatches in a structured way, so you could see some of these are SHEER and some have good pigmentation.

I hope this is helpful!

<3 Cora

Some of the products used were purchased by me, but some were provided by PR for tutorial and review CONSIDERATION. This blog post and video are not sponsored by any company, nor do I represent any company. All opinions expressed are my own, and are 100% honest.

Popeyez Hazel

Hey Guys &  Dolls!

I’m pretty sure I explained everything pretty thoroughly in the video below,¬† so here’s a list of things I used an a few pictures. If You’d like to vote for my video in the Physician’s Formula Contest, here’s the link (you can vote on each video once a day).

I also want to mention, that even though these shadows look great in person, they photograph kind of…. well… not so great up-close. This is one of the problems you can have when you use¬† all-shimmery shadows (though sometimes it’s ok). Also some of the colors in the palettes are really pigmented (typically the metallic finish and darker colors) and some are¬† sheer.¬† I still think these are a great bargain and they are especially good for people who want color with out the POW, if you’re on a budget, plus as far as I know Physician’s Formula Doesn’t test on Animals.

Pics & Prodz

Face:

Anthony Logistics SPF 15  Moisturizer

Physician’s Formula SPF 50 Foundation

Physician’s Formula Light Concealer Twins

MAC Prep and Prime Powder (under eye)

Cheeks:

Cargo Tonga Blush (one of my FAVES)

Physician’s Formula Light¬† Healthy Wear Bronzer

Eyes:

UDPP

NYX Milk Jumbo Pencil

Physician’s Formula Pop Hazel Eyes Palette

Physician’s Formula Black Felt Tip Liner

Physician’s Formula¬† Hazel Eyes Shimmer Strips

Lips:

Milani Fashion Diva 3D Glitzy Glamor Gloss

Most of the products used were purchased by me, but some were provided by PR for tutorial and review CONSIDERATION. This blog post and video are not sponsored by any company, nor do I represent any company. All opinions expressed are my own, and are 100% honest.

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