Sigma Eye shadow Grasp Review and swatches - Indian Beauty Forever
Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Sigma Eye shadow Grasp Review and swatches



Sigma Eye shadow Grasp 
Hi all!!
I will review this single eye shadow from Sigma today which is in the shade called Grasp. I got this a month ago.. more than a month ago! but really don’t know why the review wasn’t up on my blog. I feel like time is flying and it seems as if I started blogging few days ago! :D Those who are bloggers, does that happens with you too? You wake up and sleep thinking about your blog and the posts that you have to do. It feels really good especially for a reserve person like me as I find my blog as a medium to share whatever little I have learned from others and by hits and trials!! :D


Let’s come back to this pretty eyeshadow here from Sigma then. These Sigma single eye shadows are for $11 (around 550 INR) excluding the shipping charges.

About the product: The Sigma Beauty Individual Eye Shadow Collection features a versatile assortment of shades and finishes from our best-selling eye shadow palettes. Each eye shadow has a rich pigmentation, long-lasting wear and is paraben-free. Mix and match your favorite colors to create a customized collection.



Ingredients: Mentioned below:

Experience: This Sigma eye shadow comes in a white outer case and inside there is this pretty round pot with a transparent flip top cap. It looks really cute and the letters in Sigma gives holographic colors whenever you tilt it towards light. Beautiful to look at!!


It lacks a sponge tip applicator which anyways I don’t use. I find them rather difficult. It’s better to apply with my fingers! What you think? Actually applying with my finger gives better pigmentation for the lid color rather than using a brush.
Grasp is a gorgeous peachy shimmery color which reminds me of a peachy blush with very fine gold shimmers. That depression that you see is actually created with my nail while trying to open it as the lid was really very tight but now it’s kind of loosen up a bit so isn’t that hard to open now! Else there would have been nail scratches everywhere in the pan giving it a unique pattern of my own. : )


Just look at the color how pretty it is. However, I think as this color is very light, on medium to fair skin tone it doesn’t show up much though still it can be a decent every day types lid color. It will definitely make would lids shine due to its reflective gold shimmers. I find this color to be a great highlighter or an everyday lid color.
On the box full list of ingredients is mentioned. I forgot to mention it earlier.
While using this, I experienced some fall outs as though it has a satiny. Pigmentation is good and buildable.


I have used it only 2 times and staying power is pretty decent with the primers of course as they are in the powder form so when you use such eye shadows without any primers underneath then they tend to fade or wiped off. Hence primers.. Thank you!! You make our shadows last longer!
Let’s quickly sum up the pros and cons:

Pros:

  • All the ingredients mentioned on the pack.
  • Very pretty and classy packaging.
  • Beautiful everyday kinda shimmery peachy color.
  • Good pigmentation.
  • Satiny easy to blend texture and very soft to touch
  • Staying power is decent and primers can enhance that further.
Cons:
  • Price with shipping!
Rating: 4 out of 5

My take: I find the color, pigmentation, staying power to be good and very good but the price is high with shipping of course. So, it totally depends on you whether you wish to shell out that much on these single shadows or not! Not to forget their wide variety of individual eye shadows.

PR sample though review is honest :D
Niesha Jeenwal

I am Niesha, Editor of Indian Beauty Forever, a Science graduate turned Beauty Blogger from New Delhi who's blogging for more than 3.5 years and loves everything related to Makeup & Beauty.

Sigma Eye shadow Grasp Review and swatches Reviewed by Niesha Jeenwal on 2:14 pm Rating: 5 Sigma Eye shadow Grasp  Hi all!! I will review this single eye shadow from Sigma today wh...

34 comments:

  1. What a beautiful shade.. i just loved it.. is the shade suitable yo be used as a blush or highlighter??
    yeah me too thinks of my blog whole day..eating, drinking or even chatting with friends it is always in my mind.. nice review Niesha!! :) :)

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    1. Thank you Poonam.:) I haven't used it but thinking of doing that!
      Blog brings a lot of changes in our lives na.:)

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  2. Hey nice shade..I also got one from them ...its nice:)

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    1. Which one did yo get tanu?
      Yeah they are good :)but pricey for singles!

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  3. This shade is similar to one incolor blush I have.. yes sigma is expensive :/ i like neutral shades like these.. good review Niesha..

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    1. Thank you Nats.:) It's a pretty peachy shade so, it always reminds me of a blush and even I saw something similar in Incolor!

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  4. Very pretty shade ... :) and price for shipping is the prob..

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    1. Thats right Gowme! shipping charges hurt!
      :) else I really wanted to try their brushes!

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  5. Lovely color but too expensive for a single one :(

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    1. True Dolon! for individuals it is expensive and the shipping.

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  6. Wow this Eyeshadow looks awesome Niesh Nice REview dear :)
    was busy for the last whole week :(

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    1. Thank you Radha.:)
      I know you might be busy as you didn't post anything except PRs, was about to msg you!
      :)

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  7. very pretty shade :)
    nice review dear

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  8. the packaging looks great... lovely pics niesha <3

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  9. your lovely eotd is missing :(

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  10. I remember seeing this on their website and a similar shade in their "resort" palette and that was the color that drew me in! I love peachy golden shades and oh my I'm envious you have it! ^^

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    1. In their resort palette, they named it Papaya.
      he he.. I like it too.:)

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  11. Gorgeous color Niesha! And a great review...Loved the pics...kinda reminds me of MAC's springsheen..Is it anything like that?

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    1. Thank you Richa! I have seen springsheen and it is pretty similar to that!

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  12. Seems nice! I prefer to buy Eyeshadow quads rather than single pieces though. It's more economical that way :)

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    1. I agree karishma, it is expensive for monos! Even I like quads or more than that!
      :)

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  13. pretty shade <3 waiting for black friday so i can haul frm sigma :P

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  14. I think a lot about my blog too. Sometimes I wonder if I should stop blogging and get my life back!
    Nice eyeshadow!

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    1. Haha. exactly that is what I think sometimes when I realize that I have been involved too much!!
      :)

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  15. Awesome review, honey ^__^

    Lots of love,

    Nicole

    www.nicoleta.me

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  16. What a Pretty Shade!

    I Have Seen Almost This Exact Shade in Single Eyeshadows From Faces Canada.. Don't rmber the name though :-s

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    1. It's really beautiful! I think that's called sun glow, faces mono eye shadows. Looks similar to this!
      :)

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