Bourjois Smoky Eyes Eye Shadow Reviews
Product Type: Bourjois makeup
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Customer Bourjois Smoky Eyes Eye Shadow Reviews (20)
by - written on 24/08/12 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I have found myself purchasing more and more items from the Bourjois brand over the past few years as I have found the majority of their products have been of a very high quality and have performed exceptionally well. I had tried out one of the "Smoky Eyes" compacts containing three individual shades of eye colour in the past and had really liked it. When I got my make-up done professionally on my wedding day a few years back, the make-up artist had created a stunning effect on my dark eyes, using shades of pale pink with a pearl-like tone. She then applied thick, heavy lines of eyeliner with a 'flicked' effect to the upper eyelid and the end ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/12 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I recently decided to revamp my make up kit and treat myself to quite a few new bits and pieces. One of the things that I most wanted to purchase was eyeshadow and, having never owned any Bourjois make-up previously, I wanted to see what they had to offer. I noticed their Smoky Eyes range which each contained three different shades and were priced at £7.99. I tend to opt for brown eyeshadows as these suit my colouring best so I purchased the 'Mordore Chic' set. THE SHADOWS The Smoky Eyes sets come in variety of different colours. Alongside the brown set that I purchased, there are pink, blue, green, purple, grey and another darker brown-black ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/12 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I bought one of these smoky eye palettes a few years ago. I don't tend to wear eye shadow much any more but when I do I use it for high impact eyes and a smoky eye is the perfect thing. I tend to think Bourjois are a relatively trustworthy brand, their cosmetics don't tend to be overly showy and therefore what you do get is quality. I also think for a high street range they are reasonably priced and their products are consistently good. Buying an eye shadow that I know I won't use often I therefore wanted it from a brand I could trust as otherwise it would be a total waste of money, and that's why Bourjois were my first choice. The smoky eye palette ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I love the 'smoky' eye shadow effect although I have recently grown tired of the same old light grey/dark grey/black combination which is the one I seem to always go for. With this in mind I headed to my local Boots store on search on some different colours to apply to my eyes and create this effect. After searching for a little while I decided to opt for the Bourjois Paris Smoky Eyes product which cost £7.99, not too bad for three eye shadows I thought. These eye shadow pots come in eleven different colours including browns, pinks, purples, greens and blues. So there's pretty much a pot for every outfit you own! The eye shadows are housed in a round plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/11, updated on 20/09/12 (Very useful, 78 readings)
As you may know (from other reviews) I own a lot of eye-shadow and am constantly buying more to add to my collection. I am a believer in that you should only 'dress up' your eyes or your lips, not both together. As I like my eyes this means I have a lot of different eye-shadows in all sorts of colours and stick to subtle lip glosses to compliment them. === Price and Availability === I am one for buying products when they are on offer, and I bought two of these Bourjois trio's a few months ago now when there was a 'buy two, get one free' offer on Bourjois products in Superdrugs, (in case you're interested the other item I bought was a mascara). Each ... Read the complete review
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