What’s up?? Once I and my mom had a fight over our cosmetics and she really got mad at me about how I don’t let her use my stuff. So, I thought I will buy her one complete range of products. I knew eventually she would get bored of the stuff and then I can use them on my own.
So, we were wandering in this beauty store looking for blushers and lip colors and stuff and suddenly my mom came up with “I want eyeshadows,” so cool, I said. We didn’t want to buy individual colours, something more or else like a palette and more of festive, shimmery shades as I knew it wouldn’t be used much.
Off to my favorite counter, “Incolor,” where I asked for eyeshadow palettes and landed up with 18 velvety shades. Here goes the review.
18 velvet eye shades, a super special sparkling effect coupled with intense color release, ideal for daring unexpected look and it goes on!
Mica, talc, kaolin, magnesium stearate, dimethicone parafinum liquidum, ethyhexylpalmitate, proprylparaben, methyl paraben, phew!!!
It comes in this off-white colored case and it’s really sturdy. In the inside, there is this big mirror which is absolutely fabulous! You can do your entire makeup using this mirror (in case of an emergency). It comes with a dual-sided applicator, which is not very useful, but they do the job if you are not carrying a brush.
Here’s my favourite part. Beautiful range of shimmery, shiny colors, plus it includes almost all the shades. These are mostly warm colors and suit most Indian skin tones. The product is really high on shine, so there is a problem of fallout. So, the best way to use this one is with a base, it works wonders with a base. Easy to blend and lasts longer. Also, its original colours come out better with a base, or else you will notice after a few hours that only the shine is left and there is no colour.
The shades are as follows:
- Golden – it would look awesome on our heavy Indian wear, sarees and stuff.
- Off white – excellent highlighter.
- Pink, there are 4 shades of pink of which two seem the same, one is dark pink and one with a very light tone of purple in it.
- 3 shades of blue which are simply gorgeous.
- There is a purple and a bronze and one maroon-brown shade.
I wish they had named them.
I got it for some Rs. 275 or something!!!!Yes, I know some of you fell off guard. Its a totally amazing product. Some of the colours in this can be used with other matte shadows and voila you are good to dazzle.
Pros of Incolor 18 Velvet Eye Shades Palette:
- 18 eyeshadow shades at Rs. 275, yippee!!!!
- Good packaging.
- Wide range of colors.
- Lasts well with a base on.
- Can be used for daily wear as well as for a dramatic look.
Cons of Incolor 18 Velvet Eye Shades Palette:
- It will not work out without a base.
- Original colours do not show up that well.
- Not for girls who don’t like shiny and shimmery eyeshadow shades.
Would I Repurchase Incolor 18 Velvet Eye Shades Palette?
I would definitely buy this product if I had to gift someone dear. Its totally pretty and worth buying at least once.
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