I got this palette the other day in "Not Just Nudes" and I love, love, love the lightest shade in it. It makes the perfect highlight colour for my inner eye and it works nicely as a base colour for my smoky eye.
I have yet to try out the other colours but so far the light colour is worth every cent.
Good I like it
I used this eyeshadow but not this one.. i use the netural colors ! its a good palent just put on a eyeshadow primer ! it stays on the whole day and comes off easily! I like ie :)
This product is alright for me. It has good pigmentation but it creases a lot. I could not wear it just as is, but it does work as a good base. Not sure if i would buy more... But i do use it.
This product is ok. I mean, it has amazing color, and they'er very vibrant, but it creases a lot. I would not let that discourage from trying this product, though.
I love this eye shadow it's amazing and i ware it a lot so if you have not tried this yet you should. This is one of my favorite eye shadows.
I bought this from Wal-Mart for about $3 in "Eternal Summer" which has pale yellow, olive green, baby blue, and a pale orange. I bought it mainly for the price and the olive green [ I sure do love me some olive drab ], but now I'm debating whether or not to throw it out. The color barely shows up and they crease terribly. I've read on here that they work pretty well for highlighting, so I'll probably try that. However, I wouldn't recommend anyone buy this product.
Good base/highlighting eyeshadow
RAVE: I bought this eyeshadow because I wanted a cream texture that is good for highlighting and this was perfect! I would not use this eyeshadow alone but I think it makes a good base for the eye and also you can use it to highlight your brow bone. I have the precious metal and i really like the silver colour.
SLATE: There is not much pigment on the colour so I would say this eyeshadow needs to be used with something else and like I stated, this is a good base eyeshadow or to add an extra "light" to your eyeshadow.
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Thia is my first creme shadow, and I had read an article that suggested these colors for an easy eye look. I picked up the precious metals palette, which has a silver, yellow gold, bronze gold, and a deeper bronze. The shadows crease like CRAZY, even with a base. Plus, they're more shimmer than anything. If I lightly pat them on, the color is too much, but if I blend them then I just get a very lightly pigmented shine. It's just a bunch of glitter that takes awhile to take off. The only shade I like is the one on the far right , the deepest bronze. I use it over a powder shade in a similar color, and I only use it near my brow bone for shine. Other than that, I don't suggest this brand if you want a nice creme shadow. The colors are pretty in the package, but don't work well in a actuality.
They crease so bad I threw it out! To me when I put them on they looked tacky and with my mac paint pot i tried it looked even worse . I heard so many GREAT reveiws so I bought 2 unbeknownst to me they aren't good ..What so ever . Great if it works for you not me in fact when I put my finger in they were not creamy at all .
Creasing killed this product for me :(
I really like the colors in the neutral pallete that I bought.. The nude skin toned one had a minimal amount of shimmer which I thought was perfect for a base and for blending colors and I was pleased with the pigment of the darkest color in the strip, the chocolately brown.. The middle 2 are just okay, nice shades but not as pigmented as I'd hoped for.. So the colors are great but the intensity is off the mark and creasing is a huge issue with these for me.. I've even tried with an eyelid primer and no luck.. Hoping for a reformulation soon because I had high hopes :(