Friday, 19 December 2014

Maybelline Colour Tattoo

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I've fell in love with Maybelline Color Tattoo eyeshadows after my first purchase of them, the first colour I got was On & On Bronze. This colour was so easy to put on so I couldn't get enough of it. This time I bought the colours Immortal Charcoal and Pink Gold, I thought these could create a great smokey eye together (I was right). 

If you're having a day when you can't be bothered to do fancy eye make up but are like me and can't not wear any these are the best thing. Whether you mix them together or wear just one colour it can give your eye that extra definition you're after. 

These do claim to last 24 hours but on me they don't, maybe it's just my oily eyes but I always end up with the dreaded crease later in the day. Not that these aren't salvageable, as once you rub it back in it can go back to normal. I've never found a primer for my eyes that keeps eyeshadow on yet, though I wish I could!


When using these to do my eyes properly I like to mix all three of the colours together. I use On & On Bronze for the base all over my lid and as the outer shadow. Then I use Immortal Charcoal at the side of each eye for the smokey eye effect and Pink Gold as a highlight on my lid and near my tear ducts.

Have you tried to Color Tattoo eyeshadows? What did you think of them?

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