Thursday, 20 June 2013
Maybelline Colour Tattoo - Eternal Gold & Pink Gold
When the Maybelline Colour Tattoo range first came about I immediately took stock of the colours and swiftly decided the first one to be purchased would be On and On Bronze - and now it's on every bloggers budget 'essentials' list and with good reason. The fact that you can either add just a sweep of colour, or pack it on for some serious smokey punch is the clincher. I moved on recently to Permanent Taupe, to me it contains a little less shimmer than the Bronze - but works in the same manner, do a sweep or pack it on or use it as a base; the choice is never ending and everyone has their preference.
What made me cave buy Eternal Gold and Pink Gold? I wanted to be able to mix and match the four (not all at the same time, just switch it up and blend two - although you could easily use a little of each and blend blend blend,) to create some serious punch either with a subtle but pretty champagne (using Eternal Gold lightly and blended with Pink Gold,) or just for an alternative smokey eye that you know will stay put whether you're out all day or partying all night.
I think these two colours are also perfect used as a base - they just add that extra little somethin' somethin' to your regular neutrals.
Maybelline Colour Tattoo retail for roughly £4.99 and come in over 10 different colours to choose from.
So, what's your favourite cream/gel eye shadow? More of a Stila fan or is it M.A.C paint pots that steal your heart?