The Body Shop Eye Colour Eyeshadows Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop makeup
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Type: Eyeshadows / Suitable for: Eye / Intense colour coverage without the creasing and no powdery residue /
Newest Review: ... colours can be found here - www.thebodyshop.co.uk My Finding: The colours I picked were damson, slate and sky blue. These ... more
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Customer The Body Shop Eye Colour Eyeshadows Reviews (8)
by - written on 18/02/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
As you can guess from my recent reviews I'm a Boots No7 and Benefit devotee when it comes to make up, however when occasional special offers come up I do branch out a little. During the Christmas sale one of the places I love to visit is the Body Shop they normally have great offers during the Christmas period. The Body Shop Colour Eye shadows: 'Long-lasting, crease-resistant and moisturising eye shadow that offer intense colour coverage, with no powdery residue. Contains vitamin E and Community Trade marula oil. Dermatologically and Ophthalmologically tested' I had looked at these eye shadows awhile back now but I just couldn't part with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I've always been a quite big fan of The Body Shop, though their makeups are not very popular, I find them quite good but hesitate to buy because of the price. So I tend to buy them on offers. I picked up a few eyeshadows when they were on sale last Christmas. Though probably not the best colour choices, I was quite happy with my purchase. The single eyeshadow is quite small, it's about the size of a 2 pound coin, Each one costs £7.50 to £8 and contains 1.4g of product. The packaging is quite cute and very portable so it would fit nicely in your makeup bag. Currently there are 23 colours available. Some are matte, some are shimmery. It's quite hard to find a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/08 (Very useful, 434 readings)
The product I am reviewing is "The Body Shop Eye Colour Eye shadows" Each single eye shadow costs £7.50 and contains 1.4g of product. When ever I buy a new dress I always buy an eye shadow to go with it, last week I bought a little black dress for a date and after hearing how wonderful the body shop eye colour collection was I couldn't resist buying one for myself. What does the promo say? A range of long-lasting, crease-resistant and moisturizing eye shadows that offer intense colour coverage, with no powdery residue. Contains vitamin E and Community Trade marula oil. Dermatologically and opthalmalogically ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
***** Introduction ***** The Body Shop is a brand that has become very a popular household name over the years, I have been using if for the past five years since I got addicted to it after being bought it as a gift from my friend. I never really wore the body shop brand as I found it very expensive compared to other brands, but after trying the make up I soon realised that you really need to pay if you want good quality. ***** The Eyeshadow ***** These eyeshadows come in a wide range of colours that range from very pale browns and pinks to very vibrant blues and purples. I bought the plum 08 shade which is a new ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I bought some of these eyeshadows on a whim when I spotted the 'Aquamarine' and 'Peacock green' colours in the shop and fell in love with them! I would not normally spend £7.50 on an eyeshadow but they look like really good quality and I love most Body Shop products, so I figured they'd be worth it. They come in cute little compacts with a plastic case which is black on the bottom and silver on top. The lid has a clear section in it so you can see the colour of the eyeshadow through it. The eyeshadows are smaller than most I've bought before, but I don't use them enough for this to make any kind of difference to me, and the surface of the shadow is ... Read the complete review
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