Sue Devitt Beauty Products Swatch and Review

For a lot of people the sea remains a mystery to them especially the aquatic and marine life. For others it is a place for relaxation especially having the sea spray against their bodies while having the sun up.

For Sue Devitt it was an inspiration. When she was a young girl she lived in the driest state of Australia who later wanted to explore the chain of islands on the eastern coast known as the Great Barrier Reef. What she saw inspired her to produce a really tranquil and calm colored palette signifying the sea.

Here is Sue Devitt’s Hydrating Marine Minerals Destination Eye Palette. The palette itself is wrapped around her signature box with highlighting descriptions. Coming in with sea salt concentrate this palette packs a punch.

This palette has anti-aging agents with ways to improve our skin. Even being rich in pigmentation one of the functions includes absorbing water from the air to help the skin feel moisturized so that the skin has a natural elasticity.

What does all of this translate to you? A Radiant Healthy Glow!

When the palette was made Sue had us in mind because she had an inlay for us to easily pop open this wonderful little thing.

She has 6 variations in the eye palette collection and today we’ll show you the Blue Waters. The back of the case has a description telling us it weighs 9g which is quite a lot.

The magic for this palette is the relaxing yet cool effect that sells itself while simply just staring.

It comes in 4 shades from white to dark blue in a contrast that is easily good for blending and mixing.

Here is an up-close mug shot…

The swatch here shows the colors taken from top to bottom in the palette, foam white, aqua, marine and ocean blues. This reminds me of the structures to the sea. Except the silvery white, the rest of the colors are much softer and lighter when not in the sun.

Under the rays of the sun, the colors are much more exposed now and a lot more brighter. It has a dewy sheen but still subtle. The choice of the comprised colors are like gradients and shades of blue but much humbler. I really love the smooth texture and buttery feel of these shadows. They blend like a charm.

Next up in this post is the Eye Intensifier Pencil in Ava or rather amethyst. The color is much closely related to the cousin of purple.

One side composes of a pencil whereas the other side is a bold edged sponge. This produces a huge difference when put on. Sue Devitt also made this product with clear caps on both sides so that the color wont get all over us especially if we are taking this on the go.

Here’s a sample of the color signifying Aya and the weight comes in at 1.60g.

Here is a very up close and personal picture of the pencil. It looks soft and produces a very smooth and even draw.

The other side gives us a soft and comfy tip for blending or it can be used as an eraser.

Here is a swatch of both sides giving us a final produced result of intensity yet two very different approaches to opacity. The left hand side is just the pencil by itself whereas the right hand side is the effect after the sponge has distributed a much more even look. Again the formula is very smooth and crease free. It glides on effortless, no pulling.

Our final beauty product from Sue Devitt is the Lash Intensifier Treatment & Lengthening Mascara in the color Kenya. This reminds me of Kenya coffee, rich and bold.

The back of the package gives a very nice description of what this mascara does.

“DEFINE THE EYES WITH LASH INTENSIFIER TREATMENT & LENGTHENING MASCARA. A BREAKTHROUGH BEAUTY WAND WITH A POWERFUL SYMPEPTIDE CONDITIONER ON ONE END AND ALGAE-FORTIFIED BIO-ENERGIZER COMPLEX INFUSED INTO A MASCARA FORMULATION ON THE OTHER. DESIGNED IN CAPTIVATING COLORS. USED IN TANDEM TREATMENT AT NIGHT AND MASCARA DURING THE DAY. IT PROMOTES THICKER AND LONGER LASHES.”

The magic is the Sympeptide which is noted to increase the length, density, and strength of eyelashes by a whooping 63%.

Here is a full view on how the product looks laying flat.

The name of our friend is on the bottom end because it is much easier to highlight the white words over the brown background.

Here is the product opened and laying yet flat again. Notice the mascara end compared to the brush end.

Here’s the swatch of the lash treatment on left and mascara on right. As you can tell the the lash treatment is basically transparent and the mascara is deep brown with subtle shimmers.

You can see the fine golden shimmers a lot better in the sun.

Just like her Australian root, everything in her makeup collection is vivid yet natural. Nothing was too loud but all deliver the right amount of color and shine. I love the fine shimmers that are so subtle and light up the whole face without looking disco-tacky. She also had skin benefits in mind when she puts ingredients in her products. This is what I call a great product, it’s going to be good for me in the long run.

Sue Devitt Lip Enhancing Gloss in Coral Sands
Sue Devitt Beauty Products Preview

This review contains a sample product sent for consideration by PR. All reviews are expressed with complete honesty. Fruity Lashes don’t do paid or guaranteed reviews. Read my full disclosure here.

2 Responses to Sue Devitt Beauty Products Swatch and Review

  1. Mandy Kookie June 8, 2011 at 12:09 AM

    The eyeshadow palette is so pretty. I love the idea of having mascara and lash treatment together.

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  2. Nani June 8, 2011 at 7:55 AM

    The quad is freaking BEAUTIFUL! *_*

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