Prestige • iQuad • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||22%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I can't believe people are saying there was no pigmentation! I have rewind, and I absolutely love it! I wear the medium pink tone everyday, and while it's not quite as it looks, I still found it to be pigmented. I wish it wasn't discontinued!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy Eyes: Brown
The eyeshadow is a bit of a let down, you really have to work with it to get any colour payoff. The eyeshadows are a shimmery satin finish. I bought this product only for the packaging and I really should have researched it more but for the bargain price of $3 I couldn't ressist! The eyeshadow colours that all iquads come with do all compliment each other but you definately have to use a eyeshadow base for these eyeshadows, suited for a subtle daytime look.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Hardly any pigmentation what so ever. I purchased 'Remix' and there really isn't any colour pay-off. Though the colours would be good for everyday use and the packaging is very cute.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Other
Well you need to use a very good primer, and a good shade stick for these shadows to even look like anything. They are not pigmented enough on their own. Once you apply them with a little bit of help from mentioned items, the look is pretty, nothing dramatic, very casual looking colors. I loved the packaging which is why I chose to spend $1.00 on this product. Thank goodness it was on clearance, because I typically would not have purchased these.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got this as a present from a friend! Well, the packaging is so cute, the colors are beautiful, the sponge tip applicators are so soft, but the pigmentation of the eyeshadows totally sucks!! So, I'll keep this just for the packaging!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
If only the product were as good as the packaging! I got this in "Rewind," an assortment of a cream white, two pinks, and a maroon color. The colors themselves are quite lovely; unfortunately, only the darkest shade seems to be any good. The rest just end up shedding lots of powder before there is any effective coloring or highlighting, and on my (Asian) skin, the two pinks don't look any differnt. It's really a shame, since the packaging is as attractive as can be - a very slim, pretty compact with a mirror and relatively well-made applicators. Prestige singles are much easier to use. Alas! I wonder if I can put something else into the compact just to salvage the pretty box...
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
i was pretty disappointed in this, i fell for the gimmick and i generally like prestige eyeshadows. these shadows don't show up at all. even the darkest color as barely any pigment. i'll toss this, but keep the nice, soft applicators.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I was at Rite Aid buying conditioner when i stopped to look at makeup. At an endcap, there was a display of these eyeshadow compacts that were so adorable, i had to stop and look. The packaging is clever. Each one resembles an iPod with colors of the compacts ranging from blue, purple, silver, gold, and green. I bought the gold one (IQ-06 or "Remix"). The colors are a whitish-gold, peach, shimmery, brown, and shimmery gold. I am not big on eyeshadow so the fact that it does not go on heavy does not bother me. However, only the two darker shades have any pigmentation once you apply them to your lids. I like the colors, though. I believe this cost me $5.69.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
The packaging and concept of these new eye shadow quads are really catchy, yet gimmicky (this did not keep me from buying two.) Cute packaging aside, (iQuads look like iPods, with four coordinating coloured shadows in the size of a usual Prestige eye shadow pan, packaged in a case that resembles an iPod) the product stinks. These shadows have very little pigment and the upper layer of the shadow becomes hard and crusty textured with the second application. The end result is that the shadow looks like it has been assaulted with extra oily fingertips, even though all you used was the provided applicators that touched your eyelid once. Adding more salt to the wound, the shadows themselves have a bizarre almost oily textured feel to them upon application (and these are powder shadows!) The packaging is nice; the two sponge tipped applicators are very soft and there is even a little mirror in the lid, but I seriously think these are the worst quality shadows Iíve ever come across. I have IQ-05 Megabyte; green coloured case with an emerald green, mint green, pale beige, and medium chocolate coloured shadows, and IQ-03 Electronic; silver cased with medium royal purple with blue shimmer, and pale pink, and a dark charcoal silver (the only one with pigment) and a light shimmery silver. The colour descriptions donít matter though, because youíll hardly see any semblance of actual colour on your eye lids.