Review | Tanya Burr Cosmetics Eye Palettes.

Tanya Burr Cosmetics Eye Palettes.
Tanya Burr Cosmetics Eye Palettes.
Tanya Burr Cosmetics Eye Palettes.

Tanya Burr Cosmetics Eye Palettes.
When Tanya Burr recently announced she was included eye shadow palettes to her already sell out cosmetic line I knew I was going to have to give them a go. I am not a huge lip gloss wearer (this girl is a matte lipstick fiend ) but an eye shadow quad? This was something I could get behind. With than in mind, I ventured in to Superdrug and picked up two palettes: The Hollywood Palette and the Galaxy Palette.

There are three palettes you can choose from and I was instantly drawn to the Hollywood Palette. The neutral eye girl in me was instantly drawn to the shade which is the most intense bronze glitter I have come across on the palette.  When applied the shade is actually not as intense which is a good thing because it means you can build it up to the intensity that you wish. On the morning I took the above picture I was heading to work so applied it very lightly so you can see how it looks.

During the same trip to Superdrug, I had my eye on the Galaxy Palette so a couple of days letter I went to pick it up. I had been experimenting with cooler tones on the lids and the shades stormy sky and moonlight intrigued me.

I have to say I am more than just impressed with the quality of these shadows. For £5.99 you can create an entire look with one of these palettes and the quality is there too. The pigmentation of these shadows is something I instantly noticed. I wore the Galaxy Palette to work one day and came home at around . As I went to take my make up off I noticed the shadow was still all there. It had slightly faded but considering I did not use an eye primer this really impressed me.

There is no fall out as you may expect from a drugstore palette. The formula is slightly powdery in the pan but does not appear on the face. It applies easily without getting everywhere.

On a slightly different note, I cannot, not comment on the packaging. The way Tanya has designed the palettes make them look more luxe than a £5.99. With a cute love heart mirror inside it works as a gift too. I have a few younger cousins who adore Tanya and I plan to surprise them with a palette of their own.

Between the two palettes I have rarely used anything else on my lids for the past month. While Galaxy has been on my lids the most, when I have gold eyes I have been using the Hollywood Palette.  In fact I have to now start forcing myself to use the other palettes I have.

Congratulations on a fantastic line Tan!

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