I think we've all heard of these L'Oreal eyeshadows. If not, then just hop on over to YouTube, and you will see FleurdeForce, SprinkleofGlitter and Zoella280390 (I remembered the numbers off by heart - that's dedication for ya :P) rave about them, to name a few.
The 'Color Infallible' concept is an eyeshadow pigment thats is heavily pressed (am I right?!). It comes with a cute little stopper to keep product pressed and the packaging is very nice, looking more expensive than their £6.99 price tag!
Initially, in the pan the product is slightly deceiving. It appears a nude shimmery champagne, but on the lids and swatch it is an extremely shimmer white. When blended out, I do like the colour, as it is more subtle, but I don't think I would use this as a highlight (how I intended to). The actual formula is incredibly silky smooth and quite buttery, but not sticky as some may be. Lasting power is decent, I find it will stay all day.
So, there you have it. A lovely eyeshadow, but I wonder why I didn't pick a more wearable colour this time!
Have you tried these?
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