Thursday, September 3, 2015

Measurable Difference Eye Shadows

Meausurable Difference is a makeup company with a variety of products available. You may not have heard of them before now. I haven't either. But apparently they make Lashem, and that I've heard of. I've used one of the products from Lashem for the area around my eyes (an eye serum). I love it! It was in one of the beauty subscriptions I get. But apparently, they also carry makeup. So of course I'm excited to try it. 

Dress your eyes with this color rich eye shadow palette for any occasion. Create more definition by using a deep and darker tone in the eye–crease and at the outside corner. Make eyes look wider with a lighter colors on the lid and on the brow bone to make your eyes pop!

With the holidays coming up, these would make great gifts. Or you could simply show off your skill by creating a fabulous, and enviable look with these shades. Check out these three palettes from Measurable Difference. I prefer the top two. I don't think my skin tone and eyes would look good with the yellow of the third palette, however, the darker two shades on that one look worth trying.

To see the whole line of products and to learn more, click here 

Learn About the Brand
We aspire to help women of all ages and cultures feel beautiful… and uniquely special. Being interested in our customers, we've undergone major changes to bring them more than just products. We now have weekly newsletters and blog posts about beauty, tips, events, and deals, and forward moving social media engagement. This is where our new Blogger Outreach Program comes in, and why we're excited to partner with each of you!

Measurable Difference is available in countries all around the world at retailers including stores like,,, and Pharmasave in Canada, and other beauty supply stores around the world, as well as on

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