Maybelline Matte Brown Color Tattoo Eyeshadow is one of three limited edition, matte shades of Maybelline Color Tattoo Eyeshadow that released with their new Holiday 2013 Collection.
Far be it for me to rave matte eyeshadows but so far I’ve really loved all three of these shades. They are quite nice essential colors that many of you will likely use daily for prepping eyes, using on their own, or under your favorite shadows.
Take a look at some swatches and thoughts on Maybelline Matte Brown Color Tattoo Eyeshadow below.
I purchased Maybelline Matte Brown Color Tattoo Eyeshadow from Bed, Bath, and Beyond recently but I do picture it becoming available later this month at a wider selection of stores so don’t panic if you can’t find it right now.
This color is really brown to me it’s like a muddy taupe in my opinion but please feel free to correct me there because the shade is kinda unusual. At a glance I didn’t think I would like it but you can actually do quite a few looks with a color like this. It’s perfect for a smoky eye look or to use to prep eyes with to intensify the appearance of dark eyeshadow.
I’m very impressed with the texture on this and the other two shades Maybelline launched with this collection. It’s dense yet creamy and dries down quickly but still manages to give you plenty of time to blend it. It blends easily by the way with absolutely no tugging and color locks on to my drier eyes without creasing for a good seven to eight hours of wear. I was disappointed with the eight limited edition shades Maybelline released this Summer but I have absolutely no issues with this formula and overall, I’m very impressed. They need to keep this formula in mind when creating more shades in the future as I’m sure we’ll all be happy campers if they continue on with such a stellar texture.
Overall, Matte Brown is a sneaky little shade that looks kinda uneventful in the pot but promise you’ll find some use for it! Smoky eyes, as a base, or with a little liner smudged into your lash liner this color will likely get you through many a simple yet dramatic eye look!
Do share your thoughts!