So, how on earth did an unimpressive palette ended up being my favorite everyday palette to use for now?
Find out after the jump! I’ve thrown in a tutorial as well.
It’s your average plasticky 5-color eyeshadow palette with complementary shades of neutrals. Because I wanted to review this, I attempted to make it work a couple of times but it was just so “blah”. Then, off into the drawer it went, uncertain if it’s to be used again.
One day, as I was packing some makeup to travel with, I was rummaging around for eyeshadows that were work-safe and wouldn’t take up too much space. This Revlon CustomEyes palette turned up and I was like, “It’s sheer and boring. Why not?”. The next morning, when I was applying my makeup, I realized that I’d forgotten to pack my eyeshadow brush. Since I highly dislike sponge applicators, I went in with my fingers instead. That was the defining moment.
Yep. Some eyeshadows simply work with good ol’ fingers.
Do you own a CustomEyes palette? What do you think?
Guest blog submitted by SkinDeco