I can’t complain about the texture, especially if you’d have witnessed my eyes popping out in amazement when I
first dug my finger into the eyeshadow. They’re so creamy that they almost feel
wet when you swatch or apply them. Also, there isn’t much kickback when you
shove your brush in to them, nor much fall-out when you move on to the eyelids.
When you first lay your brush covered in the eyeshadow on to your eyelid the pigmentation is amazing. It looks pretty much
true to the pan. But when you start blending it, it kind of disappears. So in
order to get the desired pigmentation you definitely need to build the colour
up. On the other hand, that means they’re very blendable, which is always
something to wish for in an eyeshadow.
Because I love bright colours and intense
pigmentation, I find myself forced to say that the lasting power on this one is
not that great. When I create looks using this palette, I definitely need to do
some retouching throughout the day. They don’t crease that much, but they do
fade. Or maybe I’m getting older and my vision is getting blurry as the sun
Packaging & Price
The packaging is fantastic in my opinion.
It’s very sleek and easy to travel with. It doesn’t feel too luxurious, but you
only pay £18. It’s
made of cardboard, but that means is not very heavy. It doesn’t come with a
mirror, but to be honest I never use them anyway.
Considering the quality of eyeshadows and the
packaging, I think that Zoeva Rodeo Belle Palette it’s undoubtedly worth
spending £18 for! So get it and ride it!
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