smoky all day all night
I am always looking for the drugstore deal. Loreal Infallible is a good drug store deal. Plus CVS has tracks your beauty purchases... Coupons and quality products are a good thing.
This purple is great for making brown eyes "pop". I use this for detail and smoky looks. It doesnot need a primer to keep it from sliding. Once this product is "set"... you are all set.
i love this color even though it has that glitter mixed in with it (after using it, it left my hands a sparkly mess!) it is a beautiful light brown almost beige color i am tempted to buy some more of these colors but this product is more sparkle than it is color it is most likely because i got pretty much the lightest color but hey that's what works well with my skin tone!
I have the Glistening Garnet how ever it is not listed here. I love the color and love how soft and easy on the eyes it is and how I can put it on my lips of my lip stick and it feel very little and not heavy at all.
Best Drugstore Eyeshadow
Want a drugstore eyeshadow that would make your department store eyeshadow want to run away from your makeup bag? L'Oreal Infallible eyeshadow is the brand. The formula is that magic area between cream and powder, making precision color application easy. It's very soft on the brush and can be very easy to over apply. A little goes a long way, and L'Oreal packed a lot of shadow in the container, making the $10 price tag worth the money.
I usually apply my eyeshadow dry with no primer/foundation for it to stick to. I got a beautiful 8 hour wear, only at the end of the night (hour 14ish) did I notice some creasing. I had to really look up close (the mirror about 3 inches from my face) to find them.
My favorite color from the permanent collection is Bronzed Taupe. It's one of those colors you can use any day of the week for any occasion. That little hit of sparkle comes out at night. If you see limited edition colors in your local drugstore, grab the ones you want ASAP! Blinged and Brilliant, from the current holiday collection, is a peachy eyeshadow with a LOT of shimmer. It's like copper on your eyelids. Imperial Gold, also from the current holiday collection, is bright sparkling gold. Perfect to highlight your tear duct or your brows.
I own 4 and love them!
I own Amber Rush, Iced Latte, Bronzed Taupe and Blinged and Brilliant from the Holiday Collection and they are amazing. Amber Rush is a gorgeous rose-gold color and Bronzed Taupe goes with all of them perfectly as a crease color. Blinged and Brilliant reminds me a lot of Stila's Kitten but I love the formulation of these so much more than a regular eyeshadow. They blend flawlessly and have a ton of shine and shimmer which I love. The best part is they're drugstore and can often be found on deals in Rite Aids or CVS's and any other drugstore around. Totally worth checking out!
I own quite a lot of eyeshadows from this particular line and they are unlike any other eyeshadow in the drugstore. The texture and pigmentation is what sold me! The silk-like texture reminds me sooo much of the UD eyeshadows I swatched in Sephora a couple weeks ago. The pigmentation is unreal with just one swatch and even more pretty when using the foiling method. Quite honestly, I won't be happy until I own them all, but they're $10 a pop! I know a lot of people complain about them being hard to blend. I personally did not have this problem. I always use a base under my eyeshadows to make sure they glide on smoothly and natural bristle brushes are best for applying powder products like these.
I've been lusting over this stuff for awhile in fashion mags, and finally got the eternal black. I love the shimmer and the bold color, but be careful, it can make a mess in a hurry. Great for cutting your crease or to use as a liner. Primer, primer, primer to make this stuff really pop, haven't tried any other colors, I'm a budget drug store kid, and these are alittle expensive, so it's one at a time....
Honestly... so surprised!!!
So i believe in many drug store products, but NEVER would buy shadow from drug stores. cause they all usually suck. and have no pay off what so ever. but then a friend got me these and i was BLOWN away! they are amazing! and they last. now i did use a primer. but i do that with high end shadows as well. these are great, go on smooth and all around just a great shadow. i hope this means other lines will try to compete and make more awesome products!
Great shimmery eyeshadow
I have about 7 of the shades in the shade range, including 3 of the limited edition shades that recently released. I do think this is a very innovative product, and is fantastic if you are a lover of high shimmer on your eyelids. They are very smooth and creamy, almost having a silk-like texture, and the trendy packaging makes it excellent for travel. The only con about this product is the way it applies when you use a brush. Because of the consistency of the product, it is not really brush friendly, making it hard to pick up the color with a brush, and apply it or blend it out.
I have heard that it is best to use your finger when applying, however, I am not a fan of applying makeup with your fingers, for sanitation reasons, so I do prefer to use a brush. I often have too work a little bit harder with the product to get it to apply the way I want because I use a brush, but I think all the shades are gorgeous, and I think it is worth the extra effort
Im still not entirely sure how i feel about this product. Theyre kind of on the expensive side for drugstore. they do have good pigmentation, but i find them chunky and hard to blend. Ive tried using a brush to put it on and it doesnt work to well. I find using my finger does the trick but theyre really hard to blend and make soft on the eye.
I own 2 colors a light pink and a beigey one and ive had them for a year and ive only used them a couple times. Dont think ill re-purchase.