Primark Trust Dust Loose Mineral Eyeshadow Reviews
Product Type: Primark makeup
Newest Review: ... can decide what dept of the shade you want. =Hypo-allergenic= The eye shadow is described as being hypo-allergenic, but ... more
Customer Primark Trust Dust Loose Mineral Eyeshadow Reviews (4)
by - written on 09/05/13 (Very useful, 3 readings)
= Primark Trust Dust Loose Mineral Eyeshadow= I am a sucker for trying new makeup and I was quite surprised to see that Primark has entered the makeup market, so I purchased this mineral eye shadow in lilac. =Tube= The eye shadow comes in a plastic tube which is transparent in colour, so you get a good idea of the colour you are purchasing. The lid is brightly coloured and this is easy to pull off. =The Applicator= I was really impressed with the applicator with this eye shadow, the wand at first looks like a mascara stick, but the brush is replaced by a small cone-shaped piece of sponge, =Using this eye ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
When it comes to eye-shadows they really are something I can't resist buying lately! I own loads but when I saw this product in my local Primark store usually costing £1.99 but reduced to £1.00 it seemed worth trying to me to be honest and I chose to buy one in a white shimmery colour as a sort of highlighter around my brow bone when using other eye-shadows! I already was out looking for one so I really did spot this at a good time! The Packaging: It came in a brightly coloured plastic, oblong box which simply told me that it was was a Primark product and what it was etc. The Tube of shadow comes in a clear plastic tube with a see-through turquoise ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Whilst looking at the make up in Primark a couple of weeks ago, I noticed that they had a few sale items. The first that caught my eye was a small pot of loose mineral eyeshadow at only 50p!. the colours were limited - purple or apricot, but I thought the apricot colour would be good for the summer months. The packaging is almost like a squat mascara and you need to be careful when pulling the wand out as it can suddenly come out when you are pulling it. The end of the wand has a small sponge tip which makes the powder very easy to apply. I found that the powder glided on fairly easily but to get a good colour you needed to blend it a bit with your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/13 (Very useful, 62 readings)
*Primark eyes Trust Dust loose mineral eyeshadow* I purchased this eyeshadow in blue at first and loved it so much I bought it in lilac as well. It also comes in apricot. The eyeshadow comes in the form of loose dust, in a plastic tube. It is transparent with a bright coloured lid, which is easily pulled off. Of all my eyeshadows, this is my favourite type of applicator. Inside the lid there is a wand similar to mascara, which is used for applying the eyeshadow. The applicator is made of clear plastic, and has a oval shape on the end, making it easy to remove from the tube and hold. The end of the wand has a small cone-shaped piece of spongy ... Read the complete review
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