L.A. Colors 16 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Create a Multitude of Looks Vibrant colors 3 Blend easily 6 Dual ended applicator An all-in-one palette with 16 matte and shimmer shadows to contour, define and create any look you desire. Smooth, velvety shades glide onto your eyelids for an array of customized looks. Complete with dual ended applicator.see more...
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- "Use a sponge applicator to apply this shadow and make sure to moisten it first. When doing that the colors are indeed pigmented I had to problems at all. " in 13 reviews
- "This eye shadow pallet has every color I use and it's very long wear and very neutral to dark nightlife colors " in 6 reviews
- "Usually I don't buy this name brand but this eyeshadow palette works amazing! It's glittery look stays throughout the whole color and not just on the top layer. I use this everyday and I'd recommend it. It's cheap and works great!" in 3 reviews
- "I love these colors I have night time and day time all in one and the new matte metallic gloss mixed with one of these eye shadows looks great on the eye lids" in 3 reviews
It's long lasting, staying all day on my face without smearing or disappearing. I was not disappointed by this product. I would definitely buy it again and in fact I'm off to go buy the other two.
I would definitely recommend this palette and the others to anyone who loves makeup that is cheap!
Here is my review (and swatch photo) of my recently purchased @lacolorscosmetics 16 color palette in Sweet. And Oh. My. Goodness.
I have always had a soft spot for LA Colors, I picked up a couple of their 6 pans about a year ago and they were surprisingly good quality. Recently I picked up 2 more 6 pans and some chubby eye pencils and quite honestly got bowled over, they blow more expensive drugstore brands out the window. The creaminess and pigmentation could have had me believing I was swatching a high end brand.
And then I met Sweet. I think she might be my new best friend (sorry, Nars Fathom, I still love you). The colors in this palette are stunning shimmery nudes, bronzes and (in a surprising turn of events) green/gold flips. I don't have a palette like this, and I can already see several different types of looks I can create here. I adore nude palettes, but the versatility isn't always there. That's not an issue here. These colors have seriously gilded my arm. One of the warm pinky brown shades (no.5) is more of a satin, but the others are metallic shimmers that gleam and dance with sparkle. We start off with cream, pinky nude, rose gold, pinky brown and nude and go into copper, bronze, gold-green, forest green with a gold flip, icy cream, khaki and red bronze and finish with an inky blue black and silvery white. I don't have enough good things to say about this palette. Oh yeah, one more thing. It was $4. Safe to say I'm in love.
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