Primark Make up - Best and Worst -16:50
You may just sidetrack the Primark beauty range as being 'cheap' and 'rubbish' but this affordable 'retro' packaged cosmetic range does have some gems amoungst it (though a Devil too)!
Primark Soufleye Mousse Eyeshadow
This eyeshadow not only works well on its own, which it is intended, but also as a base. I must admit that this colour isn't the most wearable on its own but paired with a neutral coloured eyeshadow this mousse prolongs the lasting power of the eyeshadow and helps give a hint of colour to a neutral eyeshadow look.
Do I think it is essential? I don't think that I would miss this product if it finished as I have other products that do the job, but as a 50p alternative (usually £.150), it works great.
Trust Dust Loose Mineral Eyeshadow
This is definately the favourite pigment I have ever owned, mainly because of how it is packaged. The applicator (sponge?) that is supplied makes for a more convenient application and makes spills of pigment a rare happening. Of course when you remove the applicator from the container there is a 'cloud' of pigment that flies from the opening but no where near as much as from the 'average' pot.
This white works as a great highlight on your eyes and your face. It lasts for a minimum of four hours and definately helps make you look more awake.
I am not the biggest fan of pigments but if I were to buy a Pigment it would definately be from this range!
Blend and Stretch Eyeshadow
This is by far not the best Primark have to offer with their cosmetics. With the colour I own, a silver, it is pigmented to touch but the colour pay off onto a brush and onto my eyes isn't that great and has a lot of fallout without an eyelid primer.