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Review: L'oreal Infallible Eyeshadows

As I was cleaning out my makeup collection last week, I came across these L'oreal Infallible eyeshadows. I don't know why I hadn't blogged about these babies-they're amazing! That's why it's always a good idea to go through your makeup stash because you can find great products that you might have forgotten about. Think of it as shopping in your own little makeup store. 

555 Perpetual Purple, 890 Bronzed Taupe, 800 Bottomless Java, and 999 Eternal Black.
Price: $7.99 and can be found in drugstores including ULTA

 Perpetual Purple is just the way the name describes it.  A rich deep purple with slight hints of blue. I would say it's a satin finish and of course, definitely very pigmented. It's one of my favorite ones from the whole line.

Infallible Perpetual Purple

Bronzed Taupe is a perfect shade for fall. You can definitely create a neutral or bold look with this shade. I love that it's shimmery! I have been wearing this shade all this week. 
Loreal Infallible Bronzed Taupe

Bottomless Java is more of a coppery/brown shade. Although I don't wear this shade as often, I do see it being an everyday shade.
Bottomless Java

Finally, I have Eternal Black which to me is a black with hints of blue and specks of glitter. This is something I would wear to the club or party. 
Loreal Infallible eye shadow

According to L'oreal, these shadows contain pigments that will help you achieve an intense finish that will last up to 24 hours. Obviously I haven't wore them for more than eight hiours, but for those eight hours, they have lasted a long time without creasing. However, reading some reviews online, I found out that some people who have oily lids did experience creasing. Therefore, if you do have oily eyelids, I definitely suggest you wear a good primer to help these babies last longer. As for the blending, they are not as easy to blend, but with patience they will blend beautifully. These shadows can be applied either wet or dry. If applied dry, I prefer to use my fingertips to apply, if wet, a brush. There are eighteen shades so there is definitely a variety to choose from. I hope you enjoyed reading my thoughts on these shadows.