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Jordana Incolor Luxury Eyeshadow - Swatches

Here are some swatches of the Jordana Incolor Luxury Single Eyeshadows that I have. I had reviewed these earlier - you can read that review here.





Top Row: From Left to Right: 
27 sunset - warm copper, pearl finish
03 storm watch - silver with white shimmer
29 toast - light beige, matt
07 creme de la creme - warm ivory shade, pearl effect - good for brow bone
33 double expresso - dark coffee brown, matt

Bottom Row, Left to Right: 
30 cafe latte - light brown matt
26 mimosa - orange shade - pearlised effect
31 hot cocoa - walnut brown, pearl
32 mocha frost - taupy brown, pearl




Left to Right, above: 
27 sunset - warm copper, pearl finish
03 storm watch - silver with white shimmer
29 toast - light camel beige, matt 



Above, from Left to Right
07 creme de la creme - warm ivory shade, pearl effect - good for brow bone
33 double expresso - dark coffee brown, matt




Above, 
30 cafe latte - light brown matt
26 mimosa - orange shade - pearlised effect


Above, L to R: 
31 hot cocoa - walnut brown, pearl
32 mocha frost - taupy brown, pearl

From L to R: Mocha Frost, Hot Cocoa, Mimosa,  Cafe Latte, Sunset & Storm Watch








From L to R: Mocha Frost, Hot Cocoa, Mimosa, Cafe Latte, Sunset, Storm Watch, Toast, Creme De la creme & Double Expresso

From L to R: Storm Watch, Toast, Creme De La Creme & Double Expresso

From L to R: Hot Cocoa, Mimosa, Cafe Latte & Sunset. 
Have you tried Jordana eyeshadows?
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Comments

  1. Haven't tried Jordana products... as it is, I already have enough eye shadow palettes! BTW, what's the price of these products?

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  2. I love the collection of colours u have tanveer- cafe latte, toast and storm watch are my favouritesd...such a niuce collection of neutrals in there....i dont know where to get jordana in india...

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  3. You have an awesome collection of these e/s...you love Jordana..dont you :P

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  4. I so want to get Sunset and mimosa! Lovely neutral shades, Tanveer

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  5. I mean, i dont know where to get jordana in delhi

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  6. hi tanveer....
    nice swatches and colors...
    I likd hot cocoa and sunset a lot in thz...
    but really havent seen any jordana counter as yet in delhi,, probbly dats coz of my poor observation .. i liked the jordana eye pencils too which u reviewd earlier...

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  7. i loved ur nudes collection. n when i hv finally located jordana, m thinking of trying them now.

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  8. wow!
    those are beautiful shades!

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  9. Lovely collection of neutrals Tanveer! 'Toast' reminds me of MAC soft brown e/s. I have a black matte one from Jordana and thinking of picking up some neutrals too. Thanks for the swatches! Cafe latte, sunset and toast look really nice.

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  10. Wow nice collection T. I like Creme de la creme, expresso & mocha frost

    ♥xx♥

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  11. lovely collection and beautiful shades...and all have names of coffeee..yumm

    How are they priced Tanveer?

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  12. shit i don own any jordana eyeshadows....will look for them in Hyderabad ....

    loved warm copper and orange shade the most :)

    lovely collection :)

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  13. Tanveer could you please compare these with Maybelline quad? How would you compare them as per pigmentation?

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  14. loved mocha frost,hot cocoa and cafe latte..!!
    so pretty..
    sunset,toast n expresso too...gawd i loved all..nice collection...:)

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  15. awesome collection Tanz :) will def few colors :D :D we get this in NBC khar :D :D

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  16. @Speaking Chic: I generally don't get eyeshadow palettes - don't like them a lot. These cost 239/-. You get a further 20% off on them in New Beauty Centre, so it actually comes down to 190 bucks for 2.3 gms. Beauty & More (Khar) has 30% off on these - but they don't have testers & the stock is little unpredictatble.

    @PnB: I am a very neutral kind of girl - most of my eyeshadows are either grey/purple or neutrals. I don't have any bright blues or greens. Hmm, jordana is available mostly in Mumbai I feel.

    @HD: What's not to like? :D Yup! I love Jordana, coz not only is it soft on the pocket, but it is also good quality.

    @Afterglow: Thks :)

    @Nupur: Thks :).. I don't think Jordana is available in Delhi yet :P

    @Vanity: I mostly get eyeshadows in neutral shades only. :D

    @Rima: Thks :)

    @Corallista: The matt black one is on my list next :)

    @CZ: Even I like mocha frost a lot :D

    @GGG: Yea, for some reason all are names after coffees :D. They used to be cheaper earlier - cost me some 140 bucks. They recently raised the prices so the last 2 I got for 190. (retail price is 239)

    @Anamika: Thks :D

    @Nivedita: I will do a comparison soon - but I def. do prefer these over the maybelline quad. :D

    @Bhumika: Thks :D

    @Rashmi: Yup, we get these at KBC, with a 20% discount :D..

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  17. i like these hues, they are neutral and great o blend and play with.

    loving the tips I'm picking up from your posts-just started following,

    Annina of www.cinchedatthewaist.com

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  18. these jordana shadows look so perfect for everyday office use. I'll have to check these out in Mumbai next time. Haven't seen jordana in Delhi stores

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