Palladio • Baked Eye Shadow Trio Cafe Latte • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
luv this trio...i can apply the lt pink peach to my browbone and above my eyebrow 4 eye lifting and brightning then the ivory lightly over the rest of lid...with my finger! its so creamy i find this works better and adheres better and doesnt dust all over my face...then i use the mocha brown in my outer creas and as a eyebrow powder! it looks so soft and natural with the slight shimmer instead of a matte brown wich ive always used on my eyebrows! so ez less products on my counter! luv it!
EDIT gave me white heads on my eyelids!!! yuk
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
The quality for this price ($8 w/ BOGO %50 off) is AMAZING! I am very impressed. Thought the two light colors look almost identical on my lids, I will still say this eyeshadow is superb. This is the best baked eyeshadow I've ever used so far. Definitely, This one is not the most pigmented one nor the most unique one, but the lasting power is the best! Without primer in days over 90 degrees, it doesn't smudge, budge, crease or fade, it just stays! I'd love to purchase other colors.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got this on sale @ Ulta, buy one get one 50% off. Original price $8.00 each. I have many e/s brands in my collection from $1 to $40 price points. But, this ranks right up there in quality along with the highend guys! WOW WOW WOW, I'm impressed!
PROS: Staying power is amazing even without primer! I put this one forgeting to put on primer first, 10 hours later and after a hard session in the gym, it was on Perfect! The pigmentation is very nice and has a pearl effect. Cafe Latte is a nice everyday neutral trio with light brown, pink, and off-white.
CONS: Handle with care! It was hard trying to find one in the store that wasn't broke. The powder is super fine and once you drop it, it's in pieces. The packaging is typical drugstore quality - bland, cheap & plastic.