Did any of you see my recent post on the Stila Shimmer & Glow liquid eyeshadows? I bought myself one as a treat a little while back, and I have to say I love it! Something I don’t love as much however is the price tag, so that got me thinking about whether there are any drugstore priced dupes on the market. After scouring the Boots website I found that there were quite a few different options out there, but I decided to test out these little gems – the Barry M Crushed Jewel Cream Eyeshadow.
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Have any of you tried the Stila Magnificent Metals eye shadows? I have one of their glitter and glow versions which is a very highly coveted product within the beauty community, and I have to say it is immensely pretty! One of Stila’s more recent additions to the Magnificent Metals line are the shimmer and glow eye shadows (admittedly not that recent, I’m a little bit late to the party), and I decided to treat myself to one to see if it lives up to it’s predecessor.
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One of the most controversial makeup releases last year was definitely the Anastasia Beverley Hills Subculture palette. Being the follow up palette to the highly coveted Modern Renaissance palette, the Subculture had big shoes to fill. As most of you are probably aware, after it’s release the Subculture palette disappointed many, with complaints of horrendous amounts of fall out, shades being hard to blend and some even claiming the shadows oxidised on their eyelids!
Before the palette released and the drama ensued, I was 99.9% sure I was going to buy the Subculture palette – I LOVE the colour scheme. I own a fair number of eyeshadow palettes but I didn’t have anything even remotely close to this one. For me the colours were a game changer, but I was put off buying the palette after reading and watching all the bad reviews. I just couldn’t justify spending £40+ on a palette that so many people had deemed unusable.
Fast forward a few months, and I stumbled across a post by Makeup Revolution on Instagram advertising their new Re-Loaded eyeshadow palettes. One of them in particular (the Iconic Division palette) bore an uncanny resemblance to the ABH Subculture palette – and the best bit, it was only £4! So I snapped it up immediately, and in today’s post I’m going be sharing all my thoughts on this budget friendly dupe with you.
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