These are really good quality for how cheap they are. I buy from boots and will buy some more. I use on the lid to get the best colour pay off. If you blend them it's harder to get the colour to show. I'd recommend using your finger or wetting a tightly packed brush
Obviously this is an expensive brand but the colours are really pigmented and easy to blend. I use this most days and I couldn't go without it. The golden colour on the bottom row is beautiful on the lid.
It's an amazing product and is easy to blend. It's expensive but has an orange colour to it. It's matte on the skin and is long lasting. It's best for tanned skin or used and blended lightly for paler people. Hoola light would benefit paler people.
This is a pretty pink colour and is more pigmented than you'd first imagine. It lasts an okay amount of time but you do need to reapply which isn't bad because it feels like a lip balm while on. I would buy again.
I originally bought this for my Mam but kept is for myself because I like it so much. The brush too could be more flexible and less dry but that's the only negatives I can say. It's reasonably priced and I'd buy it again.
It's a really pretty highlight and you gets lots of product inside of it. It's an expensive brand. It looks almost purple on the skin but is really pretty and the intensity can be built up. I would buy again however there is lots of fallout.
I like this and I use it regularly. I would buy another colour. It feels nice on the lips but doesn't last as long as other products available. It's at a reasonable price and has a convenient twist container. There's not a lot of colour options but I'd recommend.
I like this for eyeliner, I got the black one called black track. It's a nice consistency but I wouldn't buy again because although it's creamy, it does flake off throughout the day. It's also very expensive so I probably wouldn't recommend it because you're paying for the name and not the product.