It hasn’t been a particularly busy time for eyeshadows but I thought I’d give you few eyeshadows you can skip out on that I’ve recently tried like those horrifyingly bad Revlon Not Just Nude Eyeshadow Palettes!
Here’s a few eyeshadows you can skip.
Clinique Lid Pop Eyeshadow
Cashing in on the success of their Cheek Pop Blush, Clinique decided to gift us with the very cute Lid Pop Eyeshadows! These are visually very tempting eyeshadows and they also grab you if you’re a fond fan of Cheek Pop Blush but buyer beware as the density of the formula proves a little difficult to work with.
Perricone MD No Eyeshadow Eyeshadow
I love Perricone MD No Mascara Mascara, I adore Perricone MD No Blush Blush. Well, thinking about it, I like all the Perricone MD No Makeup Makeup! But the No Eyeshadow Eyeshadow? That’s a big skip! I felt for sure this would be a great way to brighten up my eyes and leave them with a sheer tan color that would accent my brown eyes. Turns out this has virtually no pigment and looked like I didn’t have anything on at all! I wanted sheer but just not this sheer!
Rimmel Magnif’Eyes Mono Eyeshadow
I waited for Rimmel’s single shade eyeshadows to launch for what literally seemed like ages! Every blogger in the UK was blogging them and I couldn’t wait to try them for myself. Sadly, I wasn’t terribly impressed with the too soft formula!
Revlon Not Just Nudes Eyeshadow Palette
Possibly the worst pick in this list would have to be the new Revlon Not Just Nudes Eyeshadow Palette! Talk about dry, dense, horribly formulated eyeshadows that are way too expensive! Don’t buy, that’s all you need to know!
Maybelline Color Tattoo Eye Chrome
Maybelline’s Color Tattoo Eye Chrome is an exciting but difficult to use product. I wouldn’t throw the towel in completely with this shadow formula but prepared for a lot of work, a good deal of patience, and plenty of blending to get these eyeshadows just right!
What are some eyeshadows on your skip list lately?
Do share ’em!