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I'm Dani. Foodie. Lover of Beauty and Fashion. Bride to Be. Gym and Green Tea Addict. Instagram Obsessed. Legal Eagle. (Sometimes I blog)

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

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I've been using these for what feels like years now but it is probably around 18 months.

I'm a massive fan of cream eyeshadow for in the week when I am trying to get ready in a hurry and don't want to spend ages blending etc. 

So I've built up quite a nice little collection now. 

These aren't my favourite ones of all my cream eyeshadows (that would go to No7) but they are something I would recommend all the same. 

The colours are lovely and bright and a little bit goes a long way.  That said, they do crease a bit after a few hours on which is a shame. Nothing that a quick touch up and blotting can't sort thought.

If you aren't a regular user of cream eyeshadow this is a good place to start as they are so cheap and come in a nice range of shades including the two above (copper pot and emerald city).


  1. Nice...I can think of some great ways to make use out of those...


  2. I love cream eyeshadow because the colors are so pretty, but very quickly after I apply it, it wears off and kind of gathers in the crease of my eye lid. How should I prepare my eye lid to receive cream shadow? What's the best applicator for applying cream shadow? Thanks.


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