Okay so im not really all that good at blending eyeshadows or making that really sultry smokey eye. So when i saw this eyeshadow on tv i knew i had to have it. When i first opened the cap to one side the little eyeshadow came out and broke in half. That should have been my first sign that it sucked. but i sucked it up and put it back in. When i applied it it went on smooth and blended pretty well. For awhile i actually thought this might work. It wasn't until about 5 min later that i looked in the mirror and saw that it creased really bad and started looking really greasy. I tried to apply another coat and blend it but truth be told it got worse and just wiped off what i had left of my first application. Save yourself the trip and do not buy this. Especially for the price of this thing, you would expect more.
SKIP IT DoLLS
This has got to be the worst purchase I have ever made. It's so horrible... I am just baffled.
It's greasy, goes on unevenly leaving patches of nothing then a patch of greasy colour. The colour is weak. Barely shows up. But if you go over the same spot twice, it removes everything. It doesn't blend at all. I would liken the result to that of a football player with those black grease lines. Not pretty. After my 20 minute drive to work, it was ALL in the crease and my eyes were glistening like I had coated the lid with olive oil. I touched it to try and put some of it back into place... big mistake; my finger took it right off and I was left with greasy lids. ....all this after using primer.
The packaging is cheap. The tips of each end are apparently designed to go on well... but instead they are just a huge pain.
I really really hope they will take this crap back. If they don't, I'm just going to throw it out.... not even worth keeping.
I could of saved my self a trip to Target if I had just read the reviews for this product. Anyway....saw the TV commercial and just had to have it. The packaging is cheap and there would be no way to re-sharpen the two ends back to original shape. The coverage of the product is very sheer. and , worst of all.......30 minutes after application.......a big nasty crease of balled up color on my lids.....oh well, at least I got to have Starbuck's when I returned it.
I liked the idea of this, and I got the bronzy one. The color part is super light and barely shows up on me, and creases like a mad dog, and the liner smears immediately and isn't really very dark, either. Tried this twice, it wore off in an hour both time and now it is in now my giant toolkit form home depot in which all the failed items I waste money one reside.
When I first saw this product on TV... and the pretty eyes Drew was sporting, I thought, "AWESOME! Somky eyes with no effort on my part!" Well, I bought the product... and I am far less impressed than when I first saw it on TV. For starters, don't think that you just color it on your eyelids and then you look like a runway model. No. You have to do a considerable amount of coloring and then blending with your finger tips to get it to look just right. And when thats all said and done, you have to actually find a way to get it to STAY on. I've tried it with no less than 5 different eyeshadow primers as well as on bare eyelids and it fades in less than 2 hours (some instances less than an hour and it's not even summer weather here!). As in... goes away completely except for a few colored creases. You could blend it all back out again for a fast fix but what's the point? It's just going to do it again and again until no eyedhadow is left on your lids at all.
I got the Bronze one, and the lighter color is good for a brow bone highlighter and the darker shade is just ok as a eyeshadow liner. The sticks do glide on easily and there is no wonky smell to the product. The shades are pretty but the product boasts promises of runway smoky eyes that it just can't keep.
Save yourself 7.99 (or more) plus tax and find another product!