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Monday, 11 August 2014

Maybelline Eye Studio Color Tattoo Leather 24hr in Creamy Beige, Chocolate Side, Deep Forest, Vintage Plum, and Drama Black: swatches & review

Maybelline Eye Studio Color Tattoo Leather 24hr in Creamy Beige, Chocolate Side, Deep Forest,
Vintage Plum, and Drama Black.
These sell for around $9.99 CAN at Shoppers Drug Mart and $6.99 at Walmart which I pick these shades up.

Maybelline Eye Studio Color Tattoo Leather 24hr in Creamy Beige, Chocolate Side, Deep Forest,
Vintage Plum, and Drama Black

Maybelline Eye Studio Color Tattoo Leather 24hr in Creamy Beige, Chocolate Side, Deep Forest,
Vintage Plum, and Drama Black
Product: 5 new "Leather" shades are on the matte side. The ones I struggled with was Deep Forest and Vintage Plum as as they apply a tiny bit patchy but it's very build-able one each layer is dried down a bit.

Colour: 
Creamy Beige is a matte warm camel brown.

Chocolate Side is is satin medium warm brown.

Deep Forest is a khaki green/brown with a matte finish. A little on the dry side but build-able.

Vintage Plum is a muted duty plum with a matte finish. A little on the dry side but build-able.

Drama Black is a charcoal black with a matte finish. A little on the dry side but build-able.

Wear: 16 hour wear with some fading at the end of the day own their on for me. 24 hours they are gone as the oil on my lids break the product down without a primer.

Packaging: Same glass jar as the rest.

Daylight swatches:Creamy Beige, Chocolate Side, Deep Forest, Vintage Plum, and Drama Black 
Flash swatches: Creamy Beige, Chocolate Side, Deep Forest, Vintage Plum, and Drama Black
Verdict: 
Cool matte base shades and these look to be permanent!

I wish they make 4 matte flesh tone are a primer myself, from super pale to deep brown for darker skin-tone so that they cover every skin tone as these do make great based/primers. 

4 comments:

  1. unfortunately ULTA cancelled my order in July bcoz they were out of stock :(

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  2. Have you had any problem with these drying out completely within a year? I have bought several and they all completely dried up, despite storing them properly. My MAC Paint Pots that are 3 times as old are still as creamy as the day I bought them.

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    2. None so far other then one I didn't close the lid properly on (Too Cool) whist is slightly pulled into but still usable. The Glass jar really does help to keep the product from drying out. Which is why I still buy these and MAC mostly. ;)

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