Tom Ford Cream Color For Eyes in Sphinx Gives Me All Kinds of Feels!

I often experience those days where all I want is a wash of color over my eyes and a bare face but I often end up with a full face of makeup! I recently purchased a cream shadow that helped me in that department and I am so in love with it! The Tom Ford Cream Color for Eyes in Sphinx gives me all kind of feels! I wear it sheered out and also full-on and it’s so beautiful and almost monochromatic. Have a look at some photos before I get into the review.

Tom Ford Cream Shadow Sphinx |

Tom Ford Cream Shadow Sphinx |

Tom Ford Cream Shadow Sphinx |

Tom Ford Cream Shadow Sphinx |

Tom Ford Cream Shadow Sphinx |

Tom Ford Cream Shadow Sphinx |

Tom Ford Cream Shadow Sphinx |

My skin type

My eyelids are pretty oily but I don’t even need primer with this shadow. Stays put on the lid with a good matte shade in the crease.

How I use it

I use this as a very sheer, barely there wash of color with a fluffy crease brush and also as a full-coverage shadow. I love that it can be subtle enough so that only at certain angles does it appear I am wear eyeshadow. Even at full-coverage this eyeshadow is very-feeling light and very feminine.

How long I used it

This shadow went with me out of town twice so I have been using it for quite some time. It’s so fast and easy to apply making it perfect for travel. The packaging is magnificent; it comes in a glass jar and the texture is like that of Charlotte Tilbury Eyes to Mesmerise cream shadows or the Fiona Stiles Cream Shadows.

What I like about it

I love that it’s low maintenance and at the same time beautiful. On me, I’m not really sure what color it is at times. Sometimes, it just looks like a very light, sheer pink and other times it looks like a rainbow. I also love that it’s a cream shadow. Not only have I never run out of an eyeshadow, but who runs out of cream shadows?! Part of me wants to just keep this in the fridge to preserve it (is that a thing for cream shadows?). It also makes me feel like a princess when I use it. πŸ‘Έ Again, the packaging makes it great for travel (not to mention counter top display), and the shade is just absolutely beautiful.

What could be better

Besides the price (it’s $46.00), nothing. This shadow exceeded my expectations. And just like the Tom Ford lipstick I bought, I can’t complain about the price because it was a treat to myself and I had been lusting after it for ages.

Joy Factor

On a scale of 1-10, this shadow is at joy max. It’s a 10!

Where to indulge

Nordstrom | Saks Fifth Avenue | Sephora | Beautylish | Tom Ford | Neiman Marcus | Bergdorf Goodman | Bloomingdale’s




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