Monday, June 25, 2012

My Face Cosmetics Eyetouch Eyeshadows in Morocco - Review

With so many neutral palettes on the market we are very much spoilt for choice
but I can't help but feel that most are targeted for day use rather than for full on night glamour,
well today I have a trio of beautiful bronze shades that are perfect for a night on the tiles.

I rather like the packaging of the Eyetouch Trios, they are encased within transparent cases
but they do so without appearing cheap or tacky. The cases are plastic but well made and sturdy,
they also allow you to see at a glance the shades held within. I should mention that each trio comes with
a small brush applicator, I wouldn't really recommend using it but it is a step up from a foam style applicators
that most palettes of this kind tend to feature.

The Eyetouch trios come in nine various colour combinations, each trio is constructed of three co-ordinating shades so they take the guess work out of creating beautiful eye looks.
The Eyetouch palettes consist of two metallic tones and one "Blingtone" which is essentially a glitter based
eyeshadow so you get a great range of formulas per palette!

The Morocco trio features three cool toned neutral shades, one light shimmer based light beige that reminds me of Mac Nylon eyeshadow, a "Blingtone" shade that is a mid toned nude hue that features plenty of silver glitter flecks and lastly a deep chocolate brown shade that again is shimmer based.
In one dinky little palette you have the perfect colour scheme to create a beautiful neutral evening look.

The texture of each shadow is firm to the touch yet finely milled and well pigmented.
Truthfully the "Blingtone" shade is the weaker of the trio and doesn't provide quite the same level of colour pay off as the other two shades but it can be layered on to provide a more pigmented finish, it does so without caking and although it is glitter based it is not gritty nor does it irritate the eyes.
I did not experience any product fall out from the trio and that includes the glitter option, each shade applies well and blended with ease.

In terms of wear the non glitter based shades wore for around 5 hours un-primed and close to 9 with primer, the "Blingtone" was a little less with just under 4 hours before it began to crease without primer and with
it was around the 7 hour mark.

I really did enjoy testing this trio and can see myself purchasing a few more variations in the future namely the Solar Sisters and Band of Gold and my neutrals eh!

Product Summary
Round Up - A beautiful trio of neutral eyeshadows.
Best For - An evening neutral eye look.
Pigmentation - (7/10) The Blingtone shade does let the palette down ever so slightly.
Availability - Selected Boots stores and via My Face Cosmetics £19.99/7.6g - link 

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  1. Oh pretty palette, I recently got Myface goodies to review and really liked them, the lipsticks are gorgeous!

    1. Glad you also like the brand :) oh what shades do you have? I have a lovely lipstick coming up soon :)

  2. This one is gorgeous - I've been using it for a couple of years, perfect for nights out!

    1. It really is :) it's pretty much perfect...I wish I never bought the naked palettes now to be truthful

  3. The darker shade in the trio is stunning and exactly the kind of shade I love :) xo

  4. this is beautiful! really gorgeous colours but im not sure id pay 20 quid for it!x

  5. You always have the best swatches and reviews !

  6. These are the exact kind of shades I use everyday :) So lovely x

  7. this is a nifty little product isn't it! I discovered the Myface cosmetics brand a while back and have loved all of their products so far :)

    Hannah xx


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