NYC New York Color Custom Compact for Brown Eyes

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What do you think of the colors in the NYC New York Color Custom Compact for Brown Eyes?

The palette come with four shadows, an eyelid primer and a cream highlighter in colors for — yup, you guessed it! — brown eyes. I picked mine up from Tar-ghay for $7.



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  1. Alex says:

    An eyeshadow quad with included primer and highlighter? I’m curious now for the review as this would make an excellent little all inclusive palette to throw in my bag!
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  2. Trisha says:

    I’ve got this for the green eyes. I really like the primer and illuminator, and the eye shadow is a good value for the price. Though, honestly, I think I like the colors in your brown eye compact than in my green eye compact. Mine’s just shades of olive-y brown.
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    • steph b says:

      I saw this one and was really surprised at the colors. They seemed really drab. I don’t think they’d do anything to help bring out the color of my green eyes.

  3. Joy says:

    I considered it at Rite Aid a week or two ago. Looks promising. I think it was $4.99. FWIW, I rarely buy cosmetics at Target, since their sales are rare and way too mingy [c’mon, 10%!?] NYC is usually on sale or BOGO at one of the drugstore chains.

  4. Joy says:

    Just purchased the brown eye version at CVS. $4.99 [actually free since I had a $5 Beauty Club voucher.]

  5. The girl in the yellow shoes says:

    OH! I have to try this out!

  6. marmar says:

    I tried the last one they released for brown eyes but I can’t get it to really stand out against my skin even after applying wet. That and the primer seems a little chalky: I’m definitely going to give this one a shot though (the last one was a few months ago), at Rite-Aid I found it for $2.99!

  7. Corrina says:

    I have this compact version in Smokey Browns and love it! I love purples when creating the smokey eye and you can make it soft for daytime by not using the black or dramatic for night =] The only problem that I had with it was the loose shadow getting into the primer and highlighter =/

  8. Diana says:

    I used to use this daily. The colors are flattering although not amazingly pigmented and the staying power isn’t great. But I love the highlighter and with a good primer the eyeshadows would be amazing.

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