For this post, we will be reviewing the Marc Jacobs Glitter See-Quins Eyeshadow and it’s from the Marc Jacobs 2018 Holiday collection.

According to the Sephora website, “It’s a limited-edition, glitter-packed eyeshadow with bold pigment and maximum sparkle in six eye-catching shades.”

“This sequin-finish eyeshadow in a pot adds super-shimmering dimension to any look. The innovative, demi-pressed process allows the pigments to apply more vividly and gives the glitter maximum sparkle. The versatile formula can be packed on for intense glitter or blended for a soft wash of sparkle. It’s high-impact dazzle with smooth glide and bold color. Complete every outfit with a touch of See-quins in your choice of six sparkling shades. “

Price

It costs $35+ taxes which will be 40$ on Sephora here in Montreal, Canada.

Packaging

The shade that I got is 86 Copperazzi and it’s in 3.5g. I like the box or packaging. The gold and black design looks really classy. The actual container of the product is also very pretty. It has a gold cap with the brand name and a see through glass bottom. Be careful not to drop this because the bottle is breakable.

When you open it, you will see the shield inside that prevents that glitter from spreading all over the place. I wish all of the glitter or loose face powders got this kind of shield because I hate it when I open a glitter, eyeshadow, or loose powders and they spread all over my clothes or desk.

This is a beautiful copper shade of glitter. My mom also loves this shade. It has a lot of pigment everytime I swatch it. It has texture but it’s very easy to managed and blend it on your eyelids.

I used this eyeshadow too last holiday gatherings and dinner. A lot of people noticed my eyeshadow and complimented me for the glitter eyeshadow. I had applied essence metal shock shadow then I used the Marc Jacobs Copparazzi Glitter eyeshadow on the outer and inner corners of my eyes.

Application

When applying the glitter eyeshadow, I noticed that there’s a big difference between applying the product using an eyeshadow brush and just with your fingertips. I suggest using your fingertips because it picks up more product and it is more pigmented on your eyelids.