We have heard about this Giorgio Armani Eyes To Kill for a very long time but haven’t had the chance to post this. We were quite busy with our daily lives and thus we almost forget that we still have Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill to be reviewed. After posting so many lip colors lately, we decided to post about eyeshadow. Hope you guys enjoy this one!
Giorgio Armani Eyes To Kill‘s packaging is similar to Chanel Illusion d Ombre. However, the texture and the pigmentation of both products are totally different. We have posted a review on Chanel Illusion d Ombre few months ago and mentioned that the texture is creamy. The texture of Eyes To Kill is different, they are more powdery and well pigmented. We’d say that both products have their own advantages. Illusion d Ombre is creamier and more shimmery, also it’s very easy to blend with other colors. But in terms of pigmentation, we’d say that Eyes to Kill is better.
Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill #7 Sweet Fire
a closer look!
As you can see, this one is a rosy pink color with shimmer. This color is wearable for everyday use. The pink color blend nicely with fair skinned asian skin tone. Also, this color is easy to match with many colors. It’s very versatile.
Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill #2 Lust Red
This color is definitely one of my favorite color from Eyes To Kill. I don’t know how to describe this color. It’s a black color with a red shimmer. However there’s a slight deep purple, burgundy color inside. Nevertheless, the color is just gorgeous. The color is very well pigmented and thus very easy to use it especially on the crease area to create a smoky look.
These two color were swatched in a piece of paper so that you can see the powdery texture of this product. As you can see, the shimmer doesn’t really show in this picture. But believe me, when it’s applied on your eyelid, you’ll see the difference.
In this picture, We compared Eyes to Kill with pink color eyeshadow from Ombres Perless de Chanel (Spring 2011) and By Terry Ombre Black Star #5 Misty Rock. Eyes to Kill is more pinkish compared to both color.
For the black color, we compared Eyes to Kill #2 with By Terry #1 Black Pearl and Chanel Illusoire and Mirifique from Illusion d Ombre (fall 2011). At first I thought the color would be similar, but after looking at my swatch, I realized that each color emphasizes different shade.
Although I’m a big Chanel fan, I can’t say that Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill should be missed. The powdery texture is just unique and worth trying. I’m looking forward to try on the other colors.