Spring has sprung, and I’ve tossed my full coverage foundations to the back of the drawer with gleeful abandonment.
So a very good foundation for those who require a natural, light, no make up feel foundation with adequate SPF and shade range.
Let me know if you like this product in the comments. Do you agree that this is a great Spring foundation?
Lots of love
So, this is going to be a really short post for me, which is unusual so savour this moment peeps!
Yo yo yo! Waddup!
I did find using the tattoos as eyeliners on the bottom lash line difficult but I feel this may be down to not having a brush fit for purpose.
I know *a bad workman blames his tools* yeah whatevs!
I own the following colours
- Pink Gold.
- Eternal Gold.
- Creamy Beige.
- Everlasting Navy.
I picked up Pink Gold as I have a craving for the Naked 3 palette but I can’t afford it right now. I love that it isn’t too Barbie and doesn’t make me appear to look like a lab rat with red eyes, as I find pink shadows often can on fair skin. Pink Gold is very shimmery, which you can see in the swatch above, but is still wearable on a day to day basis.
Eternal Gold is extremely pigmented and really packs a punch with the colour pay off. I would describe it as being the same shade as Egyptian Gold. I can totes imagine a Pharaoh’s sarcophagus being painted with a Maybelline color tattoo as it lasts so bloody long. I do have to admit for some reason this was the hardest to apply. It seemed to cake easily on the eye lid but working quickly avoids this. Its a shimmery shade again and I find it is beautiful in the inner corner to open up the eye.
Creamy beige comes in leather effect and is the only shade I own that is not a shimmer finish. I like using this in my crease to create a soft smoky eye. It’s probably my least favourite shade as its a little bit boring and I have better blending shades.
By far Everlasting Navy is my favourite shade. The shade in my opinion finishes more like a cobalt blue and made my brown eyes filled with interest. The days of blue eyeshadow being old fashioned are gone girls. Embrace this avatar shade as it will add far more interest than the bog standard smoky eye you normally go for. I will warn though, strangely more is more in this case. Yes! I love excess! But basically yeah, if you don’t use enough of this product it looks a little bit murky when its blended.