The L’Oreal Paris eyeshadow palettes I do and don’t recommend || Makeup

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I hadn’t bought myself an eyeshadow palette for a while so when I saw L’Oreal launching new ones I’d decided to wait for them. It had been 5 months or so until they were available in Poland. I was happy but at the same time surprised by the price. Too much for a drugstore eyeshadow palette. Fortunately, I bought them on sale so I had two at the price of one. And the palettes I’ll be reviewing today are L’Oreal Paris Cherry My Cheri and L’Oreal Paris Berry Much Love.

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The packagings are beautiful. You can see through so you don’t have to open them to know what colours it contains. I don’t like that shades don’t have names, but this is just my little thing. Also, what I don’t like is that colours don’t seem to be organized. For me, they seem to be put into palette as a mixed up mosaic. However, I like all the shades. They are my cup of tea. There are mattes and shiny ones which make a lot of possibilities when creating a look. There are so many options you can go for.

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In both palettes, the formula is quite oily dry and loose. I don’t know if there is something like oily dry but what I mean is when the shade is feeling loose and dry but it stays together. It is easy to blend. What’s more, some of the colours blend together creating a new shade. When first using these palettes I was trying to create a nice look but all colours blended into one. That’s why next time I was more careful with blending and all seemed fine. Some shades have more pigmentation than the other, but after all the pigmentation is nice.

I like these palettes and I will be working with them more in the future. Would I buy them for their price? No. It is definitely too much for this kind of palettes. If you want to try it wait for a sale or add it to your wish list for Christmas. I am not saying that I recommend them but at the same time I’m not saying I don’t recommend them.

What do you think about L’Oreal Paris eyeshadows palettes?

 

 

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