Product Review: Etude House Look at My Eyes Jewel in PP504

Here’s my favorite eyeshadow over the holidays. I know Etude House’s Look At My Eyes line has been out for quite some time now, I think this shade PP504  is still perfect if you want to spice up your look.

I have used this pot in countless of gatherings over the holidays and it never failed to earn a compliment. I love the way it adds soft shimmer and glitter to the eye with minimal fall out. The glitter is so fine that it adds a pop of glimmer without looking overdone.

Here’s a swatch of the shadow:

Look at how the color disperses into a soft wash with stunning gold shimmer.

Etude House Look at My Eyes Jewel in PP504 is a great versatile shadow that I use in almost any eyeshadow. The color is not pigmented on its own so I find this pot better as an add-on than a base shadow.

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5 thoughts on “Product Review: Etude House Look at My Eyes Jewel in PP504

  1. abegaillvillacruz says:

    Nice color! I have that one in blue naman, as I find it a bit sheer. 🙂 What I love about this eyeshadow is that the glitters are really combined with the eyeshadow. It doesn’t fall out alone. I find other glittery eyeshadows messy eh. But this one is not. 🙂 And it is affordable pa.

  2. Stacie says:

    Very natural! I’ve been in love with pigmented eyeshadows lately, because I use them as eyeliner for my outer corners 😀 And glittery ones for the center of my lid. I THINK it can be good on it’s own din but only for that center lid pop 😀

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