I saw how affordable and pretty this Bronx Colors eyeshadow was, and I thought, why not give it a try?
In the USA, it’s only available online at Ulta Beauty, but the price sure is right =)
I thought the idea behind Bronx Colors was interesting; they’re urban cosmetics inspired by The Bronx of NYC.
There are the ingredients of this Baked Single Slide Shadow above ↑
This is a cruelty-free company, but the product is made in China.
That’s what P.R.C. means –People’s Republic of China.
If it said ROC, that would mean Republic of China, or Taiwan.
The more you know ★★★
The shade I chose is called Galaxy and it is purple, black and silver swirled together with a Venus symbol stamped in the middle.
There she is above with flash on the camera =)
And no flash! Just natural daylight.
You can see that the single slide shadows come in a little clear package.
There is also a single slide shadow body that you can buy to pop all of these shadows into!
These baked single slide shadows are 2g of product, so that’s not bad for the price, seriously!
Bronx Colors Single Slide shadow swatches
I have a feeling this shadow would apply brilliantly with a dense, wet brush, but I haven’t tried it yet.
I think the shiny-looking finish is “out of this world” =)
Purple shadow looks amazing with brown eyes, and I like how this is a bit “multi-demensional” =) because of the black and silver.
Pun #2, I’m on a roll! I’m holding back for sure, to spare you the nerdyness lol.
Again, this shade of the Bronx Colors Single Slide Baked shadow is SCBS10 or Galaxy.
Sometimes, I’m in the mood to take a lot of pictures. I even play around with props and backgrounds. Please humor me ♥
Finally, there’s a swatch of Galaxy on the back of my hand, with flash on the camera.
Oo, girl. I’ll be rocking this with plenty of black smudged eyeliner and tons of my darkest mascara.
Summer nights, I’m ready for ya!
Have you tried a Bronx Colors shadow yet?