Product Review: Fusion of Color Cosmetics makeup look

by Bionic Beauty on 26.Mar.2010 · 3 comments

There are a myriad of mineral makeup brands out there, and you all know I have a few favorites. I’m here to introduce you to another brand: Fusion of Color Cosmetics.

Eyes: Straw (matte shadow all across lid and up into the crease); To Cool (shimmery forest green shadow on outer third of eyelid); In Vogue (white shimmer shadow used a brow bone highlight).

Bionic Beauty review - eye shadow by Fusion of Color Cosmetics

Bionic wearing In Vogue, Straw and To Cool shadows by Fusion of Color

I’ve used Straw here as a base for my other colors. It would also make an excellent concealer, primer or matte brow bone accent! And my photographs of To Cool (the green) really don’t do it justice. It’s such a pretty shamrock color!

Fusion of Color’s eyeshadows start at $4.50 for a 1gram jar which will give you months and months of color!

Lips: Twitter Butter Lipstick

Bionic Beauty review - lipstick by Fusion of Color Cosmetics

Mmm.... Twitter Butter lipstick!

Twitter Butter lipstick was very smooth on my lips and provided a sheer wash of color. Nice to wear and very moisturizing! FoC’s lipsticks run $4.25 each (very affordable!).

Blush: Uptown Girl
A slightly shimmery berry that looks exceptionally dark in the jar, but is wearable by even light colored women. Use a bit, and add more until you reach your desired shade. Blushes are available in 13 colors and run $7 each, for 2 grams.

Bionic Beauty review - Mineral Makeup by Fusion of Color Cosmetics

My little Fusion of Color Cosmetics' sample jars

Face: All Over Face mineral makeup in Radiant Georgia. Fusion’s full size mineral makeup foundations run $15 a jar and come in a gigantic variety of shades.

Face highlight: In Vogue eyeshadow (swept down bridge of nose, dabbed in corners of eyes, and on angel’s bow of upper lip).

Bionic Beauty review - Full face makeup look by Fusion of Color Cosmetics

All face makeup by Fusion of Color!!

I really enjoyed testing out this brand- the foundation wore very well even in the humidity and while working outdoors. And the variety and depth of eye shadow shades is just incredible. I highly recommend checking this brand out. Unsure of what colors you’d like to try? Check out their samples section!

FTC Disclosure: This item was sent to me free of charge in return for an honest review. The opinion in this article is based on my personal experience and was not influenced by any source. I was not compensated for this article. Feel free to read my disclosure policy for more information.


1 Tashi March 27, 2010 at 7:18 am

I love how you make it a point of stating your disclaimer. We readers appreciate your honesty!

Do you think that these colors are/this line is appropriate for older women like me? Er, that is, I am in my early 40s — not exactly “OLD”, but just sometimes beyond the demographic for some cosmetics. 🙂 I’m hesitant to try anything that mentions “shimmer”, that sort of thing.

2 Bionic Beauty March 27, 2010 at 8:21 am

Hey Tashi, Honesty is best! I always want you all to know that my opinions are not going to be swayed by something being sent to me as a sample.

And yes, this line would have great colors for you. They are softer, but buildable if you want a more dramatic look. Also Fusion has a whole line of Matte shadows! I have some more makeup looks coming up using some of their browns (she has some truly beautiful browns!).

3 Tashi March 27, 2010 at 8:40 am

Cool beans, thanks!! 😀

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