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#BEAUTY | Makeup Geek single eyeshadows - review & swatches!

 EEEKK! These shadows are certainly beautiful, arent they? Please don't tell me its just me who squeals with such pleasure over these little pans of heaven?!? Ya- huh i have been adding things that i ought not to again to my beauty bay basket as a Makeup Geek virgin, it had to be done! 4 must have shades from the Makeup Geek collection. I must say it was probably one of the hardest 30 minutes in my life deciding wether i needed another peach shade or not hahaa i wanted to put all the shades in my basket because narrowing it down was a task!


 So, you may ask, how did i decide? I added Peach Smoothie straight away because a girl just cannot, i repeat, cannot have to many transistion shades in her life! I mean, the transistion shade can really make an eye look and i have seen so many bloggers use this shade that i just HAD to have it :) 

Wisteria was just a total impulse click - i have really wanted to do a mauve eye look for some time and this shade just caught my eye . I am actually sitting here wishing i also added one of the foiled shades to my basket as well!

Mango Tango (an orangey brown tone)  and Cupcake (brown/purply tone) i have seen featured a lot also in beauty Youtube videos and of course on instagram and im hoping i can re create something similar with them! I have ordered a ring light also so the colours can pop ;)
 L-R : peach smoothie, mango tango, cupcake, wisteria

Regarding the pigment & consistency, cos i know you are dying to hear all about that! They really do not dissapoint, when i first put brush to pan the shadow took really well to the brush and you get a lot of product on there! YAY. It blends so so well on the skin and it is very pigmented, which means less is more! You can really tell they are a quality product, i mean i compared it to a shadow palette i got off of amazon and literally its just a no brainer. The quality is unmistakable and im so glad that i bought these shades and look forward to buying more!

I  think they are a decent price at £4.95 each, a bit of  a higher price than the morphe singles but they are so worth it. I do love the morphe ones too but they havent got that many colours stocked on beautybay!

xoxo


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