Very hard to apply and blend , i bought the pink smokey eyes i sometimes use the light pink for highlighting nothing more
I agree with the fact that it looks great in the packaging kit but it's too less pigmented. It takes a good exercise to get it on brush.. I tried using it with my ring finger.
The colors really look nice in the packaging but unfortunately I think it is not enough pigmented. Still if you apply it well, the results look awesome! i strongly recommend it especially for people with brown eyes.
Looks nice in palette but swatch and you'll see this eyeshadow has poor pigment and has little colour pay-off. Not recommended. Buy Sleek Makeup eyeshadow palettes instead!
I *loved* this product!!!! I loved all the browns in this trio! my only issue, hence the 4 lippies, was that a lot of product was wasted whilst trying to get the shadow on the brush! But other than that, the colour payoff was great :)
I bought this a long while back but it is a very reliable trio. I really enjoy the colours and create a lovely smokey eye with it that has lasted all day and it doesn't irritate my eyes or anything like that. I love browns and neutrals so these colours were ideal for me and enabled me to create the desired outcome, a smokey eye. I didn't like the one in turquoise that I got though, I think its something about the blues that don't agree with me so I regret that one but Moredore Chic for me is lovely. Its definitely better than most drugstore eyeshadows, and definitely better than some of the single bourjois eyeshadows I have purchased that have been truly terrible.
The three colours are all shimmery and are: a sheer champagne (highlight), light rose gold (lid) and a dark chocolate brown (crease/outer corner). The shades compliment each other pretty well and make for a simple, no brainer neutral smoky eye. They are fairly pigmented, with the darkest brown being the best shade from this trio. What I hated is the formula of these shadows. Being baked eye-shadows, I knew they would be slightly harder to work with, but these crumble and contain alot of glittery fallout. Using a brush with these isn't the best method in my opinion. I prefer to use the foam tip applicator (that comes with the trio) to swipe the colour on my lid, than blend using my brush. This picks up much more shadow and reduces a bit of fallout (from my experience). Definitely need a primer because they don't last and will crease.