By Terry Sun Designer Palette – Tan & Flash Cruise


I can’t believe that time flies so quickly! I still recall the time when I first purchase spring collections early this year and here we are coming to the middle of 2016! And it also means that Summer collection has hit our shores. One of the most awaited piece this season is By Terry Sun Designer Palette! The gorgeous palette showcases both blushes and bronzer together in a pan!

Firstly let’s take a closer look of this beautiful piece!

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The palette comes with a velvety pouch in By Terry signature purple shade and the casing front design is also imitate the intricate design of the actual product. There are total of six shades in this palette; 3 are blushers and the other 3 are bronzers. The blusher contains lesser product compared to the bronzer.

Now let’s talk about the texture of the product and how it performs. I don’t doubt the quality of By Terry Product, they usually never fails to perform extraordinarily. Yes their product comes with expensive price tag, but the brand offers quite a consistent quality of their products. And for this Sun Designer palette, the texture is very smooth and the pigmentation is also very good! I love how the color shows obviously on the first swatch.


One thing that I notice when I use brush to pick up the product is that it’s hard to pick up only one shade using cheek brush. Each shade’s pan is quite narrow so if you wish to pick up for only one shade, use cheeck brush that are tapered or smaller. My Tom Ford Cheek brush is definitely too big to pick up only one color, when I need to pick up only a color, I’ll use my Suqqu cheek brush or for a more affordable choice go for 13rushes Ultimate Shader as it has tapered end. However when you would like to mix the colors together, go for a bigger brush like Tom Ford cheek brush.

For the swatches, you can take a look at my swatches on my arm.

The blusher shades range from a warm pink, a warm coral tone with slight shimmer and a bright pastel pink with shimmers too. And as for the bronzers, it comes with a very light nude shade (this can be worn as highlighter if you have medium skin tone), medium brown with shimmers, and a nude with pink undertone shade which I use as a sculpting or even blusher shade.


The swatch below is when I mix all three shades together for blusher and bronzers. I love how the blusher shade turns out when mixed together, isn’t it so pretty?! 🙂


Overall I’m in love with this palette as it looks uber gorgeous on the pan and it also performs very well. I love the smooth texture of the shade and how the shade comes out very nicely in one swipe!

This palette will be available in both Escentials Singapore Paragon Store and Tangs Orchard! Do drop by to the store and take a look at this! 🙂


 Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is provided by Escentials Singapore for my review consideration. I am not paid for this post and my review is solely based on my experience with the product.

By Terry Ombre Black Star in #1 Black Pearl and #5 Misty Rock

I want to show you my first purchase from By Terry. I am sure some of you would have heard or even use By Terry skincare product. By Terry is a french skincare and makeup brands targeting working women. Their products are claimed to have very good quality, and the quality comes in an expensive price tag.

Here’s some introduction about By Terry, extracted from By Terry website:

Growing up in a family of scientists, it was natural for her to begin her studies at medical school, but she abandoned that for the world of art and creation. She decided to pursue university-level art studies, but first, rather by curiosity and as a challenge, she took the very prestigious courses in aesthetics taught by the Carita sisters, Maria and Rosy. That summer session was the turning point of her life, where TERRY assembled the elements that would become her life work. Through another unexpected stroke of luck, she became a Studio Makeup Artist. One day when no one else was available, Maria Carita sent her to take charge of the makeup at a photo session: not only for Vogue magazine, but the Haute-Couture issue! Not knowing precisely what was expected of her, she went straight to the honest essentials, concentrating on what she was best at, with perfect success. “An impeccable mouth, an invisible complexion, full, separate lashes… I focus on my know-how!”  says TERRY.

In 2000, TERRY finished her collaboration with Yves Saint Laurent in order to devote all her time to the development of her own brand: BY TERRY. This line of makeup allows her to fully express her passions, her explorations, her infallible sense of women’s needs. It is a novel beauty concept carrying her personal brand.

I purchased By Terry Ombre Black Star in #1 Black Pearl and #5 Misty Rock. I don’t have many eyeshadow sticks, hence I think this might be a good time to experiment with eyeshadow stick.

The packaging is very sleek and elegant. It is packaged in a gold colored stick and it’s very shiny when exposed to light. It’s quite heavy for an eyeshadow stick but this is good for me as I love heavy packaging. This tells me that I got the quality of the packaging. However this is very prone to finger prints.

#1 Black Pearl is a creamy black eyeshadow with very fine glitter spread. This is great for creating smokey eye look or even just to line your upper lash line. The color is not too dark hence this is good for people who wants to create a simple smokey eye look. #5 Misty Rock is a pinkish brown color that looks great for natural base color.

As you can see above, the pigmentation is amazing. I couldn’t ask for better pigmentation anymore. These eyeshadow sticks contain shimmer that look very pretty when applied.

However one thing that disappoints me is that these eyeshadow sticks are not smudge proof. I smudge the eyeshadow after 5 minutes of application. I also have tried wearing these on my eye and it smudges after 5 hours.

Final Thought:

By Terry is a well known brand for its primer and skincare range. I might have tried the wrong product. The packaging looks sleek and elegant. Although it’s prone to finger print, I still like it. The pigmentation of these product is amazing, there’s no complain about that. However I just hate smudging eyeshadows. It makes my makeup looks unsightly at the end of the day.

Thank you for reading 🙂


Giorgio Armani Eyes To Kill Intense Eyeshadow #2 Lust Red and #7 Sweet Fire

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.


Swatch Gallery:

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.


MeMo 🙂


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