L’Oreal Infallible Eyeshadow Endless Pearl Review & Swatches
Here’s an interesting little find! I recently located a L’Oreal Infallible Eyeshadow in the shade Endless Pearl on a special display at Walmart which contained new colors.
I actually thought this was one of the new shades as don’t recall ever seeing it when the product launched at my local drugstore.
What’s so special about Endless Pearl?
It’s matte! Yes! Matte! It’s possibly the only matte shade I’ve seen in the Infallible Eyeshadow Collection. Not that I’m a fond fan of matte shades but Endless Pearl is actually quite a nice one particularly for aging eyes to give them a more wakey wakey appearance.
Take a look!
It’s rather interesting that this could possibly be the only matte finish in the shade line up from L’Oreal. Let’s hope they release a few more for those who love matte finishes.
I’m personally not a fan of mattes but Endless Pearl is one of those must have shades for brightening eyes up. This is a silky creamy shade of light beige. The formula is gorgeous. Silky, smooth, and applies quite beautifully. Unlike the other shades in the range this formula proves very light and doesn’t end up with a cakey, heavy finish. I think we can all agree sometimes the Infallible Eyeshadows tend to get a bit heavy feeling on lids. I had absolutely no issues with this shade in application or formula.
It’s an ideal shade for a fresh, natural look or if you’re wanting to skip heavier eyeshadows and concentrate on lining your eyes dramatically. This is where Endless Pearl comes into play perfectly as a lovely little eye wash.
I want to say this is a new shade but if you check your local L’Oreal display you’ll find it tucked in with the regular Infallible Eyeshadows.
Overall, Endless Pearl is a worthy purchase even if you aren’t a matte lover. It brightens tired eyes up beautifully and creates a soft, pretty look without looking over done.
This one gets a Muse Approved.
Worth checking out.
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