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REVIEW & LOTD: The Body Shop Eye Shadow in Midnight Blue (42)

Addiction they say is bad... It is the root cause of many an evil but what does one do when they tell you that the product that you are addicted is actually good for you, for your skin, for the environment and even kind to animals? LOL... That's a catch 22 situation isn't it? ;) Yup this happens when you are addicted to TBS :P But you know the strange part, even though I had tried like all kinds of body butters and lotions and shower gels they had to offer, I had never tried out anything from their makeup range barring the lip glosses... Strange isn't it? So this time I made a conscious effort and got myself TBS Eye Shadow in Midnight Blue...

Midnight Blue is a greyish, violet-y blue that looks anything but "midnight-y". It is more like the color of an overcast sky that warns you about a thunderstorm. The description might sound a little grave but on the eyes it looks anything but. It is a gorgeous shade that I think would suit all kinds of skintones... From the palest of complexions to the richest Olives... It is a universally flattering shade with a beautifully soft texture...

I wore it last night for a Christmas party and it stayed on for ever without smudging and even creasing. That is like my "touch stone test"... If an eye shadow doesn't crease on my eyes for an evening of partying then it sure is a keeper! :)

Images of the Product:



Ooohhhss And Aaahsss!!
1. Gorgeous shade
2. Extremely soft texture.
3. Quality product
4. Odorless
5. Does not crease or smudge
6. Is waterproof
7. Easily available at all TBS stores.
8. Well priced for the quality it offers.
9. It is a TBS product!

1. It has a little fall-out...

It costs INR 515/- for 1.4 gms of product.

I definitely would. Am looking forward to trying out other shades as well :)

Would I Recommend?
It is a gorgeous shade and like I said it is universally flattering. And yes I would recommend it whole-heartedly! So much so that I bought two of these and it is a part of my What Does Makeup Mean To You Contest prize ;)

Overall Rating:

P.S. This is a part of the What Does Makeup Mean To You Contest :)


  1. d last pic so pretty
    lovely shade it is :)

    1. oooh thank you Vish ♥ and am glad you liked the shade of the eye shadow... Have you entered the contest yet? ;)

  2. You look gorgeous Suma n I love the look

    1. awwww thank u so much Saumya :) ♥ so glad you liked the look :)

  3. Such a stunning shade... total love...

  4. thats a lovely pewter...I m not sure whether its a new launch coz I used to own the same color from TBS..its very vibrant for a dark shade like that and looks gorgeous on eyes...Nice...

    1. Nope it isn't a new launch Neeraj... I believe they've been around for quite sometime now :) I just noticed them now ;)

  5. Oooh.. Its such a glam shade..suits u perfectly.. :) I to want dis now..

  6. The shade is a head turner! U luk sexy Sam :)

  7. Beautiful shade

  8. suma ji aap toh TBS ka brand ambassador ban gaye ho :P:P

  9. thats a lovely shade :) its on my list now :)


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