To be honest, it took me a few attempts with EX-30 Hekikai to find the perfect placement. The looks I’d seen with it thus far were all so subtle and pretty, but I really wanted to do something that showed off the colours to their full, nearly-neon potential. (You had to know this was coming, right?)
Though I initially thought the standout colour for me would be the shimmery bright blue, I ended up falling hard for the matte chartreuse. It wasn’t love at first sight though – applied lightly to my lids it looked like a cross between a yellow stain and a healing bruise! But once I patted it over a white base, it showed up as an unapologetically bright acid green, just as it appears in the pan.
To achieve the level of intensity you see here, I used both white and black pencil eyeliners as a base and really, really packed the colours on with an arsenal of small flat brushes. As with all SUQQU shadows, these blend like a dream…but if you want oomph, you have to resist the urge to go back and forth with your brush and just press on the pigment in a slow dabbing motion.
For a better look at the colours in their natural state, my review and swatches can be found here.
Pricing & Availability: SUQQU Blend Colour Eyeshadows are £45 and available at Fenwick of Bond Street, Harrods and Selfridges. This collection is a UK Exclusive and will be available in stores and online from the 28th of April.
This product was provided as a press sample, however all opinions and observations are my own and not influenced by the brand or its PR team. This post contains affiliate links