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Baked Sands: Physicians Formula Baked Wet/Dry Eyeshadow Review

I’ve been really impressed with this compact I picked up not too long ago by Physicians Formula. It contains three super shimmery baked, domed eyeshadows that can be worn wet or dry. It contains a super shimmery golden beige, super shimmery medium golden brown and a super shimmery deep reddish copper. Each color wears smoothly, is very blendable and wears all day. I usually apply each color dry. If I do wear it wet, I just wet the deepest shade and wear it as a liner. It wears forever! I have blue eyes and these colors are great “neutrals” for me. Plus, this compact gets my vote for one of the best for redheads. These are a lot like Urban Decays Baked Bronzers and MAC Mineralize Eyeshadows. The compact comes with a sponge tip applicator which I rarely use. I prefer to use my brushes, don’t we all? The lightest shade is perfect with anything. I like to wear it and the medium shade in the crease with bright lips. The deepest shade makes for an interesting smoky eye. It is a really cool shade, a deep warm brown with reddish copper shimmer.

It is available on Amazon. 


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3 thoughts on “Baked Sands: Physicians Formula Baked Wet/Dry Eyeshadow Review

  1. I think this would be good for you. It looks great on redheads.
    There are many nice false lashes brands out there. I love my mr. shu but they are expensive. MAC has a ton and they will apply them for free. If you want to apply them yourself and you are new to this, I would recommend any cheap brand found at Target, Sally’s Beauty Supply, etc. They need to be cut to fit your eye and it is much better to mess up a pair of $5 or under pairs than to mess up a $30 pair. I do recommend gluing them yourself. The self adhesive kind suck, unless you like having one lash stuck to your shoe by the end of the night.

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