I Spy…New Stuff at Bed, Bath & Beyond 3/25

I was doing a project at Bed, Bath & Beyond on Friday.  They have a ‘Harmon’ Department, which is their health and beauty department.  Not all BB&B’s have them.  However, I’m happy this one does as I am always checking for new makeup stuff when I do my bi-weekly work at the store.

Here’s what I saw that was new-to-me…

Shadow Shields are crescent-shaped sticky cut-outs that you put under your bottom eyelid to catch shadow fall-out.

While the concept is functionable, I just use one of these to whisk away any powder fall-out…

Here’s a closer look at the box…

And the back side…

I didn’t purchase these since I don’t have any problems using the fan brush.  I have read, also, that you can put some powder, such as translucent setting powder, heavily under the lower lashes.  After you are finished applying your eye makeup, you can use a brush to whisk it all away and the powder will have created a surface to catch the fall-out.  I have tried that a couple of times but, it was just easier to use the fan brush alone.

What’s your secret for removing shadow fall-out?

  • I dont get fallout to speak of and I cant imagine getting fallout so bad that you have to have a shield. How much were these?

  • I never use my loose shadows because of fall out, so these would be great for me! i never tried using a fan brush…

  • @Megan Can you believe $9.99!!! Gosh, you can use scotch tape! LOL

    @jbrobeck That fan brush is perfect. If you sweep lightly, the fall-out doesn't smear the skin. But if it does, I have my cotton swaps. lol

  • I added you to my blog roll Kimberly! =]

    and yep, $9.99 sounds ridiculous for this -_-