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[Review + Swatches] Color Studio Professional Eye Inks.

What comes to your mind when you see/hear the word 'Eye Ink' ? The word eye ink fascinated me; the first thing which came to my mind was, something vibrant and long lasting.
Color Studio Professional EYE INK

Color Studio Professional EYE INK:
Easy to apply with hand or with eye shadow brush.
  • Blends well, and perfect for any kind of skin tone.
  • Designed specially to meet the challenging needs of makeup addicts and makeup artists worldwide.
  • The Color Rush Eye Shadow is recommended to be used with the Soft Kohl Kajal Eyeliners to create a vast array of looks only limited by the artist’s creativity.
Eye Ink Swatches
My experience:
Color Studio Professional Eye Inks come in 9 beautiful shades. Limited colors, I know! All the nine shades are wearable, and will look pretty on every skin tone. Just like the Color Studio Professional blush, the eye shadows are bigger in size too, as compared to normal single eye shadows.

Color Studio Eye Inks are pigmented and has a good color payoff. It has a smooth and satiny texture; just like the blush. It is easy to apply and, blends very nicely with a brush or with your finger. A single swipe of the brush, picks up a lot of product; don't forget to tap off the extra, else you will notice a little fall outs.

Do keep in mind, that you need to prime your lids before you apply these shadows; especially on the oily lids. I have oily lids, and it does fades away from some places. You can also use a damp brush, in that case, you don't need a primer.
Color Studio Professional Eye Ink 'Jungle Green'
'Jungle Green 104', is a deep forest-green shade, with a hint of black shade; which makes it more intense. It has tiny gold specks of shimmer, which makes the eye shadow look sparkly, but not glittery. It can be used alone on the entire lid to create a green smoky eyes. I feel it has little amount of red specks too.
Color Studio Professional Eye Ink 'Purple Dust'
'Purple Dust 105', is a dark smoke-gray color. What I love about this shade and what makes it look purple is a lot of tiny specks of purple shimmer in it. It looks more like a purple-y sparkly eye shadow, instead of smoke gray. It looks gorgeous when applied; it looks like you have applied a shadow with purple shimmer on it. Again, the shimmer is not too crazy.
Purple Dust, is a perfect dupe for MAC's 'Beauty Marked' eye shadow.
Color Studio Professional Eye Ink 'Gold Dust'
'Gold Dust 106', is a peachy-nude shade with lots of gold specks in it. It is a sparkling shade, and you can see sparkling gold specks when applied. Again, it is not glittery, but it sparkles. It is a gorgeous lid color; perfect to create a day time look. Apply all over the lid, with lots of mascara and you are good to go.

  • Satin finish.
  • Pigmented.
  • Not chalky.
  • Wearable colors.
  • Limited shades.
  • Fades away without a primer.

Price: PKR 400.
Availability: The whole range of Color Studio Professional is available at all the leading supermarkets, also available on Just4girls and Mascara Mafia.
For more info, check Color Studio Professional on Facebook.

Did I like it?
Yes, I like on the days when I want a little pop of color and don't want too dramatic eye shadow.
For dramatic look, I use a damp brush.

Do you own any of the shades by Color Studio Professional? Do you like it?


Disclaimer: PR sample(s) sent for review, this in no way change my views. The review is my honest opinion, after using the product(s).


  1. purple dust is so gorgeous. Love it :) xx

  2. I just love Jungle green..they are all so pigmented !
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  3. I love their shadows...try it with NYX jumbo pencil in milk..its gives the best pop of color!

  4. Purple dust really reminds me of beauty marked . Great swatches :)

  5. these are so pigmented!! lovely colors:) xx

  6. I heart your blog! P.S. Thought you might be interested in the giveaway I'm hosting for Soybu!

  7. Nice swatches. They are quite pigmented. :D


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