This post was one I was unsure whether to make because I didn't actually even get to the stage of purchasing the item (thankfully!) but I figured I'd still mention it just in case anyone ordered online or something and didn't get the chance to test them first.
Today's post is on the Bourjois Color Edition 24h eyeshadows. As you may know by yesterday's haul, I've been on a little bit of a new product kick and was in boots on Sunday, seemingly desperate to try something new.
Left to right: Bleu Tenebreu, Petale De Glace & Prune Nocturne
These eyeshadows caught my eye, I picked up the silver shimmery one (Petale De Glace) and almost instantly made a decision to purchase it. I swatched it and it was a little lighter than the pot made it appear but still looked like a perfect inner corner shade. That's when I picked up the cranberry shade (Prune Nocturne) and nearly fainted with shock when I swatched it and this muddy shade appeared (as photographed above.) I then swatched the navy (Bleu Tenebreu) which looked amazing in the pot and again, a terrible dirty colour appeared on my hand.
Bourjois advertise these shadows as an 'intense' colour but as far as I'm concerned you'd be better to stick to the Maybelline EyeStudio Color Tattoos 24hr eyeshadows.
I hope you've enjoyed reading this post. I did originally instagram it but I figured that not all of you are following so may have missed it. If you've tried them, please let me know what you thought!