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Prisma Color - Sephora Vs. Estee Lauder

post #1 of 37
Thread Starter 

When I first saw these they caught my eye with all the pretty swirls... but I wasnt willing to spend the price!

 

Now Sephora has their own version and I think I may just go and swatch them and see if they're really as pretty as they look.

 

Check it out:

 

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BENEFIT

High metallic wet/dry shadow

 

Color with futuristic shine

 

PRODUCT DETAILS
A Pure Color Cyber Eyes exclusive by Tom Pecheux. Creates cyber metallic smoky effects.

Color so metallic, it's futuristic.
A first-ever techno tri-blend formula that's gel, powder and liquid in one.

Versatile and multi dimensional.
Create several looks from one shade.

  • Apply it dry for a smooth, molten metal finish.
  • Use it wet for a hyper cyber effect to intensify the color and metallic shine.
Innovative soft-touch shadow texture and sponge-tip applicator make it easy to sweep up color and apply with one stroke.
  • Unique formula allows you to build the fantasy to the highest chromatic shine.
  • Sophisticated metallic finish looks beautiful on all skintones.
TRUE VISION™ COLOR
  • Maximized color impact.
  • Magnified vibrancy, clarity and dimension.
  • Amplified brilliance.
HIGH PERFORMANCE WEAR
  • Color adheres velvety smooth, without creasing.
  • Blends easily.
  • Long-lasting. Stays color true. Won't fade.

 

 

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Prisma Chrome Eyeshadow
What it is:
A collection of luminous eye shadows that deliver prismatic shine, lush texture, and lavish color payoff.

What it does:
The new wave in eye shadow, Prisma Chrome brings together the best features of baked, powder, and cream shadows. Its revolutionary effect captures light perfectly, delivering a prismatic effect with an unbelievably smooth and true color finish.

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Parabens

What else you need to know:
An innovative blend of ingredients ensures comfortable wear. Pure pigments deliver the truest color imaginable and a highly polished finish. Its unique mica technology provides intense luminosity and a velvety texture that glides over the skin.

Apply this product with the perfect brush: Pro Cream Eyeshadow Brush #25

Size: 0.12 oz

 

 

post #2 of 37
Thread Starter 

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Prisma Chrome Eyeshadow
What it is:
A collection of luminous eye shadows that deliver prismatic shine, lush texture, and lavish color payoff.

What it does:
The new wave in eye shadow, Prisma Chrome brings together the best features of baked, powder, and cream shadows. Its revolutionary effect captures light perfectly, delivering a prismatic effect with an unbelievably smooth and true color finish.

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Parabens

What else you need to know:
An innovative blend of ingredients ensures comfortable wear. Pure pigments deliver the truest color imaginable and a highly polished finish. Its unique mica technology provides intense luminosity and a velvety texture that glides over the skin.

Apply this product with the perfect brush: Pro Cream Eyeshadow Brush #25

Size: 0.12 oz

post #3 of 37

oooohhhhhh, pretty!

post #4 of 37

 

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Sephora price: $15 (size: 0.12 oz)

Comes in 10 different colors including a yellow, lilac, blue, green and other shades.

 

Estee Lauder price: $24 (size: unknown) LIMITED EDITION

Comes in six five different colors including silver, teal, green, lilac, copper and pink (which is sold out).

post #5 of 37

Oh wow! I wonder if I can find these in my local Sephora store.

post #6 of 37

And Macy's online only sells the green which looks to be pretty dull.

post #7 of 37

I'm in love with the Sephora colurs! I saw these online last night. I hope my local Sephora has them.

post #8 of 37

Sephora just posted these images on Facebook.

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Products to Get The Look:
Prisma Chrome Burgundy Gem 45
Prisma Chrome Moon Glow 35
Prisma Chrome Black Diamond 50
Pro Cream Shadow Brush #25

 


 

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Products to Get the Look:
Prisma Chrome Sapphire Shine 30
Prisma Chrome Gold reflection 20
Pro Natural Dome Smudge Brush #13

 


 

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Product Used:
Prisma Chrome Emerald Facet
Prisma Chrome Shimmery Sand
Pro Cream Shadow Brush #25

 


 

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Products Used:
Prisma Chrome Bronze Brilliance
Prisma Chrome Shimmery Sand
Pro Cream Eyeshadow Brush #25

 


 

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Product Used:
Prisma Chrome Diamond
Prisma Chrome Moon Glow
Pro Natural Smudge Brush #11

post #9 of 37

Wow i am really loving Green, Burgandy and Black so beautiful!

post #10 of 37

I'm so boring, I love the 2nd to last one the best. lol

post #11 of 37

They look kind of like MACs new metallic collection, with their cream shadows.They used a cream shadow brush to apply these, so maybe they're another cream-powder hybrid? Anyway, these look really interesting.

post #12 of 37

Called, and the JC Penny store doesn't have them but the free standing store said they have a ton.

post #13 of 37
Thread Starter 

I went at lunch time and the Sephora inside JCP said they didnt have them yet and werent redirecting their merchandise for new products for another two weeks!

 

*Sigh* I wonder why Sephora inside JCP even bothers.

 

So disapointing.  An actual Sephora product im interested in and now I have to travel a good 45 minutes away to see if I even like it!!  doze.gif

post #14 of 37
Thread Starter 


Thanks Zadi!! This looks amazing!!!!!!! wub.gif
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by zadidoll View Post

Sephora just posted these images on Facebook.

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Products to Get The Look:
Prisma Chrome Burgundy Gem 45
Prisma Chrome Moon Glow 35
Prisma Chrome Black Diamond 50
Pro Cream Shadow Brush #25

 


 

383827_10150450778099405_16453004404_8563371_927123988_n.jpg

Products to Get the Look:
Prisma Chrome Sapphire Shine 30
Prisma Chrome Gold reflection 20
Pro Natural Dome Smudge Brush #13

 


 

385406_10150450778049405_16453004404_8563368_348216270_n.jpg

Product Used:
Prisma Chrome Emerald Facet
Prisma Chrome Shimmery Sand
Pro Cream Shadow Brush #25

 


 

407218_10150450777924405_16453004404_8563364_2013939440_n.jpg

Products Used:
Prisma Chrome Bronze Brilliance
Prisma Chrome Shimmery Sand
Pro Cream Eyeshadow Brush #25

 


 

390614_10150450778014405_16453004404_8563366_1876240622_n.jpg

Product Used:
Prisma Chrome Diamond
Prisma Chrome Moon Glow
Pro Natural Smudge Brush #11



 

post #15 of 37
Quote:
Originally Posted by DreamWarrior View Post

I went at lunch time and the Sephora inside JCP said they didnt have them yet and werent redirecting their merchandise for new products for another two weeks!

 

*Sigh* I wonder why Sephora inside JCP even bothers.

 

So disapointing.  An actual Sephora product im interested in and now I have to travel a good 45 minutes away to see if I even like it!!  doze.gif


I agree. We have a JCPenney Sephora and while I love it I also hate it because it's so limited. Now that the mall is gaining an Ulta in the old Rite Aid location (outside the actual mall) I really think Sephora needs to move out of JCPenney and into it's own location. The mall has the space after they remodeled to include outside shops so there are at least five huge locations a stand alone Sephora could go. I do my vast shopping at my local Sephora but with Ulta being a stand alone and a 100% large than the JCPenney Sephora looks like I'll be doing my shopping at Ulta.

 

 

post #16 of 37
These are a pass for me. Checked them out, and they are just fancy looking powder shadows. I wasn't impressed with the pigmentation either.
post #17 of 37
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Originally Posted by internetchick View Post

These are a pass for me. Checked them out, and they are just fancy looking powder shadows. I wasn't impressed with the pigmentation either.


I read a review on the blue shade and the girl said that the color faded quickly - even with a primer.

 

It's kinda like the Metal X cream shadows - they crease and fade. It's sad that these companies can't produce a better product.

post #18 of 37
Thread Starter 



 

Quote:
Originally Posted by internetchick View Post

...Checked them out, and they are just fancy looking powder shadows. I wasn't impressed with the pigmentation either.


 Bummer!! icon_sad.gif



 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Fatima Saleh View Post



I read a review on the blue shade and the girl said that the color faded quickly - even with a primer.

 

It's kinda like the Metal X cream shadows - they crease and fade. It's sad that these companies can't produce a better product.

 

Thanks Ladies for the heads up!!

 

I'll still check em out when I finally get the opportunity, but at least now I wont go in with high expectations.  sadno.gif

 

 

post #19 of 37

Well crappity-crap. That is disappointing to find out! I have extra oily lids and even with primer I have to be so careful with my application of eyeshadow. It's a process I despise :( Thanks for the heads up ladies!

post #20 of 37

Has anyone used them wet at all? Using wet shadows brings out pigmentation of even the crappiest pigmented shadows :/

 

The first model of Zadi's post has major derp eye XD

post #21 of 37

^^^ No. They didn't state they could be used wet, and I don't like using shadows wet that aren't meant to be.

post #22 of 37

I've got to say, I have four of the Estee Lauder ones, and I love them.  I have the Cyber Lilac, Cyber Teal, Cyber Olive and Cyber Silver.  The lilac is my favorite--I could wear it every day, but I love purples. And I wasn't too jazzed about the green at first but it really is cool too--not really green, but more like sort of a black with greenish and gold hues to it--I don't know, it's hard to describe!  I haven't used them wet yet but you sure can for a really intense look.

That being said, I'm excited to check out the Sephora ones as well--if they can provide the same payoff, AND there are way more colors to choose from, I'll probably pick up a couple.  IF we ever get them in here at my little SiJCP. 

post #23 of 37

lol i guess in the future nobody blends their eyeshadow anymore.... badum-tsssss

 

 

 

post #24 of 37
Quote:
Originally Posted by internetchick View Post

^^^ No. They didn't state they could be used wet, and I don't like using shadows wet that aren't meant to be.


It was mentioned on their Facebook wall photos that these were applied wet.

 

 

post #25 of 37
Quote:
Originally Posted by zadidoll View Post

It was mentioned on their Facebook wall photos that these were applied wet.

 


I didn't see that, thank you. Looking on their web site again I scrolled down looking for information about using it wet, and sure enough under suggested usage it is there. I may very well try them then. Some of the colors are quite pretty and worth getting. The yellow alone makes me drool. The blue is iridescent.

post #26 of 37
post #27 of 37

Oh those indeed look nice.

post #28 of 37

One of my favorite bloggers/YouTubers using the Sephora shadows.

 

 

post #29 of 37

Been eyeing these since they came out. I really want the moonbeam and shimmering sand. I'm going through this pink and gold thing lately!

post #30 of 37

OMG That girl has some killer cheekbones! Oh and the colors of the products are nice too. lol

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