Oh Shiro Cosmetics how I love your brand. I have yearning to try these for quite some time, simply because I got a nerd buried in me (uhh, no bad jokes intended here).

Shiro Cosmetics makes cosmetics (duh) that take inspiration from tv-shows, games, and puns in general. I have been looking at their things many times but only now got to actually try them.

Instead of me babbling too much I will see if I can get to the point as soon as possible.

 

First off, it looks like the company either are having a break since they stopped production, but I am still making this review, just in case they come back. I hope they will.

 

I bought 1 blush and 7 eyeshadows.

The blush is called you’re making me (did you get it? You’re making me blush?, ok I will stop now)

The eyeshadows are from 5 different stories

  • Pokemon – Whiteout
  • The Hunger Games – Rebellion & Ever In Your Favor
  • A Series Of Unfortunate Events – Darling, Dearest, Dead
  • Game Of Thrones – Queensguard
  • League Of Legends – Let’s Use All The Colours & My Mind Is Telling Me No

 

If you are interested, you can also watch my review on my YouTube Channel

 

Here we go:

 

 

Blush

 

Their words:

None to be found, it looks like they have either taken a break or stopped production

 

My thoughts: This pun is so bad it makes me laugh every time

Applying: Easy to apply and blend in

Feel: Very soft and light, gives off a very pink, cute colour. Even after about 6 hours it still looked just as pink as it did when applied.

Packaging: Simple & cute packaging with their logo on. Ingredients & name on the backside which I really like.

Scent: Only smells a bit powdery

Labels: None to be found

Ingredients: Doesn’t look too bad, but they do say that it is not eye or lip safe…

Claims: Can’t really comment here since I can’t find them anywhere right now.

Price: Damnit I cannot remember ☹

 

Will I use it again: Yes and I have done once or twice, but only for “girly” occasions

 

 

 

 

 

Eyeshadows

 

Their words:

None to be found, it looks like they have either taken a break or stopped production

 

 

My thoughts: These are so damn cool, the names are on point and always makes me laugh.
The descriptions on their website was great too. For example: Whiteout from Pokémon: When you lose to an opponent in the game, it says that your Pokémon fainted, and you both end up starting “over”. But as far as it is known, the only one battling is your Pokémon and not you, so how come you “faint” too? Did someone hit you with a brick or what? That is the definition of Whiteout.

 

Applying: Easy to apply, especially Darling, Dearest, Dead was very pigmented and looked VERY brown when applied. They were all a bit harder to blend together than I hoped them to, but they eventually blended.

Feel: Feel soft on the touch and almost easy to deal with. It has to be blended quite a while before working out, but looked nice when done. After about 6 hours, the eye makeup looked exactly the same as when I had applied it. Those with glitter in were the most even, and the matte ones were a bit wonky. When looking closely at the Let’s Use All The Colour, you can see that it is not only purple, but actually mixed with other colours too; so the name is perfect.

Packaging: Simple & cute packaging with their logo on. Ingredients & name on the backside which I really like.

Scent: Doesn’t smell like much

Labels: None to be found

Ingredients: Nothing weird to see here, only two of the 7 eyeshadows are not lip safe.

Claims: Can’t really comment here since I can’t find them anywhere right now.

Price: Somehow I don’t remember

 

Will I use it again: I will use some of these once in a while, but not that often since I got better palettes. I won’t use them together again but, am so impressed with how well they wear I will have to use them again.

 

 

Have you ever tried any of these and what do you think of the brand?

 

I hope you all have a happy life, one day at a time!

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