Hello Dolls! This will be my indepth review on the Color Tattoo's by Maybelline. This post will be on the peremanent collection, and I will do another post on the fall collection.The Price of these cream shadows range between $5.45-$8, depending on where you live and what drugstore/walmart you go to. These shadows are a MUST HAVE in your collection. It is one of my personal Holy Grail items. They are so easy to swipe on the lid and go, no primer needed. Best part? They DO NOT crease!!! So many drugstore cream shadows you will need to use both a eyeshadow primer and eyeshadow to set the cream shadow. With these I have no complaint really.
What is Claims:
24hr intensity. Tattoo tenacity. Dare to wear our longest-lasting shadow.
• Our ink technology creates super-saturated color.
• Cream gel smoothes on for vibrant color that does not fade.
• In 10 shades.
The texture of the product is very creamy and I love it! Like any other cream product, it does become a little dry. With the warmth of your finger the product will soften up and it will be like new again. It still stays easy to apply. You can really sheer out the product or build it up. It is really up to your preference on how you want it to look.
The first color I own is called Bad to the Bronze. In the swatch above, I made it very dark to show it can have a lot of intensity. I think this shadow looks great alone with a little bit of liner. You can surely sheer it out to make it look like what's in the container. It looks very pretty underneath bronze shadows, browns, golds, and even greens. It gives a cool olive effect.This has to be my go to "lazy day" make-up products.
NYX jumbo eyeshadow pencil in Cottage Cheese. Because this is not a matte white. If you want your shadows to pop with color like crazy use this and you get insane payoff! Purple, green, blue, pink, brown, yellow, and everything else in the rainbow will be gorgeous! You can really go from simple, everyday neutral looks to fun color looks.
Overall, I give this a 4.8 out of 5 stars! Like I said before, Color Tattoo's are my Holy Grail items. However, they do fade. The claims said the would not fade, and they do so that's why I can not give it a 5 out of 5. They are pretty much fool proof. You can use fingers or a brush. Because most brushes are made from animal hair, cream and liquid products will ruin the brush. So just remember to use a concealer or synthetic brush and you will be alright. Also, remember to blend any harsh lines right away. Because these do dry very quickly. When storing, close the cap really tight and and store upside down(or like the first picture of the post).
If you have any questions or requests please comment down below. If you want to know more about brushes or bases I will be more than happy to write a post about it (:
Be a Bombshell Baby,
FTC: I purchased all these products and these are my own opinion.