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  • ChaCha_83
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    Yup Vonn agree with you Loreal cream e/s doesn't work on me too. I also tried CANMAKE e/s powder in white with glitters and by mid day my eyeshadow became more greasy and the color seems to change to grey color! One of the SA at Isetan told me to use liquid concealer instead of cream ones cause the drying effect of the liquid concealer can lasts longer than the cream ones. Tried both ways but i still have oily lids!

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  • Vonn
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    With regards to whether cream e/s crease faster than powder will depend on the brand, I suppose. I have oily lids and powder e/s seldom last well on me. They will inevitably crease by mid-day unless I have a base on. But when I use cream e/s from Kose (Kose Fantasist e/s) and IPSA (the one that comes in a duo end tube, one side cream e/s the other is mascara), they last all day on me even without a base! But cream e/s from L'oreal cannot make it on my lids.

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  • sn0wny
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    Sigh.. Finally find some advantage of having single eyelid.

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  • crazyshopaholic
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    Sure, why not? In fact, i feel that cream eyeshadows last longer on girls with single eyelids than double eyelids. Cos cream eyeshadow or eyeshadows in general tend to crease in the fold of the double eyelid I know cos it happens to me ALL the time

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  • sn0wny
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    Is it suitable for those with no double eyelid? I don't have double eyelid

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  • crazyshopaholic
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    Yeah, i find that cream eyeshadows can be pretty tricky to blend. I won the Kose cream eyeshadow (tube) in a contest recently. I find that it creases (but could also be due to my oily lids) on its own. But if i apply powder eyeshadow in a shade of the same family colour, it lasts longer.. Nonetheless, i find myself reaching out more for powder eyeshadows!

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  • postpet2
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    well, i'm letting go a Sonia Kashuk cream eyeshadow palette if you girls are interested. i still prefer to use powder ones...
    check my swap list.

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  • ChaCha_83
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    Yup me too oily eyelids! Would like to try those cream ones heard it can lasts longer on the eyelids even though you put on foundation on it!

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  • HoneyLicious
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    been wanting to try out cream base or gel eyeshadow but i have oily eyelids.. should i use it? heard that this type would not last on oily lids

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  • xiao_hong
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    Try missha eye glitter cream.. the colours are nice n best of all cheap n it really lasts!!!

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  • majacqueline
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    I would like to recommend MAC paints they are really long lasting and work well as a base too. Doesn't crease even at the end of the day and helps your powder e/s stay on and on.

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  • Lola
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    as far as i know most if not all powder e/s can be used wet. to prevent the entire pot of e/s getting spoilt just use a corner for wet e/s application. HTHs

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  • Connexion
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    can all eyeshadows be used wet even if it doesn't state?
    will it spoil the eyeshadow?

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  • Lola
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    second nutty's advice, applying your powder e/s wet will create a creamy look, for shimmer just use shimmery e/ses!

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  • nutty
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    erm, i feel i get this wet effect when i mix my napoleon eye dust with their sealant. maybe try wetting your brush when applying a very shimmery eyeshadow?

    hths

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