Black Lace - Not a bad black but the price is a bit of a sting
I was given a gift card for my graduation from a friend & I had been meaning to try some of there products & I was looking to build my own collection of makeup for my own personal use so I don't have to go through my gigantic kit & mess everything up every other day. Any who I went to the store & the only true shade of matte black was "black lace" & for 13 bucks it wasn't too bad of a price. I tried it at the store on my bare hand & it wasn't bad so I decided to get it. I tried applying it wet to see if it would be better pigmented. It came out more evenly but was a dark charcoal grey tone rather than a jet black. I also tried it with an eyeshadow primer & had the same results. It's not a bad product but it's a bit of a let down; for that price I would have gotten M.A.C's Carbon eyeshadow for a true black
I ADORE this product! It seems never ending because I use it all the time and still have not hit the pan. Depending on what you like, I recommend this product. If you want to make a statement, then this is the product for you. It is very, very pigmented, but I love it.
I bought this product about 8 months ago. I purchased the color Carine, which is an EXTREMELY glittery shade. I used it everyday for about a month or 2 until i noticed how flaky and how easily it creased even when using eye primer. I still use this product every now in then, i just have to bring it with me when i do use it just so i can fix it when i can.
Don't get the glittery ones
I bought one of these in a wine-purple colour that has tons of silver glitter in it. Swatching it in the store, I loved it but they were sold out. I tried another Sephora and they were sold out as well. I ended up going back another day and bought the last one they had.
I brought it home to try out and was disappointed. The glitter did not adhere well to my eyes (even over a primer) and was difficult to work with.
Might be better worn over a glitter adhesive.