Saturday, 27 September 2014

Rimmel Scandaleyes Eyeshadow Paint - Golden Bronze & Rich Russet


The other day whilst browsing through Tesco, I came across a little sales basket in the Rimmel stand. I usually never look in these as there's usually nothing that takes my fancy, but I saw these Scandaleyes Eyeshadow Paints for only £1.25 - I just couldn't resist. 

These are cream eyeshadows that literally apply like a paint, they are so smooth to apply and glide on so easily. I don't use the doe-foot applicator that it comes with, I use a dense brush (I like these from Body Shop) as they just get more product onto the brush and allow easier application.

The packaging for these are pretty similar to their lipgloss tubes, which I don't find that special in all honesty. Like I said above, I don't use the doe-foot applicator as I do like to use brushes to apply eyeshadow, however I can see that they would be handy for people who are either new to makeup, don't have many brushes or want a super quick application.

What I do find pretty special, however, is the actual product. I was not expecting the levels of pigmentation that this delivers! I love how much impact they give, especially Golden Bronze. The super smooth formula glides easily onto the eyelid, and dries pretty fast. Like a typical cream shadow, this has some lasting power. After 9 hours of wear these were still clinging on to my lid.

Unfortunately the other colours in the range aren't for me, but I would pick up some more if they ever release any more colours! I highly recommend these if you want some long-lasting, high-impact colour shadow! 

Rimmel Scandaleyes Eyeshadow Paint retails at £4.99 but I managed to pick mine up for £1.25!

Ellie x


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