Thursday, 27 September 2012

Soap & Glory Lid Stuff eyeshadow - What's nude

Eyeshadow is one of my daily essentials. Over time I have built up quite a collection, which mainly consists of neutral shades. I was already a fan of the Soap & Glory make-up range so I was looking forward to trying out their eyeshadows.

Soap & Glory, Lid Stuff, eyeshadow,what's nude,make-up

Soap & Glory, Lid Stuff, eyeshadow,what's nude,make-up

What the product claims to do:
"4 shades of fabulous flawless - finish, superior super colour. 8 hour wear eyeshadow (that won't flake, won't fade and won't crease). Brush shades on sheer - then blend or build in layers for bigger, bolder lid colour.
- amazing, intense second-skin like colour finish, matte or metallic.
- superior creamy payoff - from a powder
- 8 hour wear"

What I thought:
This product is probably one of my most used make-up products that I own. The 4 shades (Vanilla, Pink T, Mudhoney & Aubersheen) are gorgeous and are individual enough to create 4 different looks. Although they are also really nice when you blend them together. The consistency of the shadows is fairly chalky, which in general I'm not overly keen on, but with these I found that this makes them much easier to blend together. With regards to staying power, I would say that these eyeshadows easily last for 8 hours.

Soap & Glory lid stuff retails for £10 and is available from Boots.

Have you ever tried any of Soap & Glory's make-up range?