So when I asked you guys on twitter/facebook if you’d be interested in seeing some old school posts about makeup I used back in the day, you seemed genuinely interested. Good thing, because I’m a hoarder. You know on tv when they tell people “You need to get rid of this. I know it is a good memory but you have to let it go” or something like that? Well I held onto quite a few makeup products from back in the day & I’m excited to show you how I used them, what they looked like, & all that jazz. If you’re not interested in see my old makeup (as hip, & cool, & with it as I was back then) then feel free to check out any of my other hundreds of posts. I’ll be featuring products every Thursday for awhile so sit back & enjoy!
Why hello there one of the only creme eyeshadows I ever used in middle/high school that didn’t look crap on me! This was an absolutely favorite, of course the white site. You’ll see why when I break down the colors below but for now let us take a look back at the L’Oreal Colour Contrasts by Touch-On Colour which were very slim palettes containing two creme shadows & a mirror. I honestly have zip information on it as I don’t seem to be able to pull up any discontinued information or old info on them. I sure wish they had a date on them!
The teal side is super cool toned & from far away almost looks like a light seafoam teal.
The frosted white side (which has seen tons of love!) is a sheer frosty white with teal shimmer packed in. It really flashes in the light.
Here are the easy swatches & you can see what I mean by sheer color. But aren’t they pretty? I still think I’d buy a creme product or base that looked like either of these! I like that the teal is super cool toned so that it can go with blues or greens whether they’re pastel or bright.
What do you think of these shades? They’re still perfectly creamy & gorgeous, way to stand the test of time! Did you have any of these duos? I’d LOVE to hear about them especially if they were different colors than Teal Fresco! Would you buy something similar to this now?