Big eyes

"Wow" effect

New eye makeup products are not only beautifully looking cosmetics that attract the eye, seduce the senses and inspire to makeup experiments, but also professional tools, with which we will quickly do our makeup with great pleasure before going out to work, and, in the evening, we will put on makeup with a "wow" effect for an evening out.

Jewel Eyeshadow

JEWEL EYESHADOW METALLIC CREAMY-POWDERY EYESHADOW

Black diamond

Eyeshadow like a jewel. Shimmering with deep shades, it gives fast and spectacular effects in just one stroke. Its silky, creamy powdery texture guarantees easy application. Eyeshadows can be applied with a brush or fingertip. Available in a wide palette of beautiful, elegant shades.

Extention and care

LASHES GROWTH MASCARA

Mascara that stimulates eyelash growth. Tests confirm eyelash growth of 0.3 mm after 3 weeks of use. Its silicone brush precisely combs the lashes and provides even mascara coverage. Longer, thicker and more beautiful lashes will emphasize the intensity of the look and make your eyes look bigger.

Take care of the condition of your eyelashes. The newest mascara contains a special peptide, thanks to which the lashes become fuller and longer, and the follicles are clearly strengthened.

Big eyes

Not a typical Tim Burton film about awakening and fighting for truth, independence and respect. Based on true events, it tells the story of the painter Margaret Keane, whose works were very popular in the 1960s, but... attributed to her husband. Tim Burton is rather associated with the characteristic style of “Edward Scissorhands” or “Alice in Wonderland”. “Big eyes” is different. There is no exaggerated world or fantastic characters here. We accompany a quiet, inconspicuous woman who obsessively paints the same motif, at the same time giving in to her husband’s psychological violence. He draws profits from her talent and attributes her already popular works to himself. The leading roles are played by Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz as well as the hypnotizing paintings of children and women with big eyes.

Tim Burton, “Big Eyes”, 2014

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