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Chelsi / 19 / Toronto, Canada

Aspiring model/photographer/bartender.
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L.A. Color in Tea Time review.

Every time I go into Urban Behaviour I always see these little eyeshadow palettes from L.A. Colors and I've been quite curious on trying them to see if they were any good. I bought this a few months back but just recently got around to trying and reviewing this palette.

For starters, the eyeshadows aren't well pigmented at all. You can wet your application brush a bit and then apply it so it'll be a bit darker although both applying it dry and a bit wet both give me disappointing results. I really loved the colors in this palette but I really wish they were less shimmery and more pigmented / matte.


With flash.

Without flash.
Would I purchase this product or other products under the same brand? Definitely not. The only pro to this palette is that it was relatively low in price. It's good if you want that natural shade to your eyes but to be honest, even if you want to go for the natural look I still believe this eyeshadow is far too little pigmented.


5.01.2012 (1.5.12)