Tuesday, September 4, 2012

IN2IT Eyeshadow Quad: EWF07 Chocolates Review

I have been a huge fan of IN2IT eyeshadows since I tried their eyeshadow duo in Ritzy so when I went to the Philippines for a vacation I surely picked up more eyeshadows from the same brand. This time along I bought a quad rather than the duos.

I'm gonna tell you guys off the bat that I really love this quad. This particular line in their eyeshadow quad collection are only limited. I believe that they only have 4 of these quads in this line. 

I have the EWF07 Chocolates quad and I have used this since I got it and it quickly became my go to makeup. It has also been a constant in my makeup bag. The shadows are very smooth, velvety and blendable. They are really lovely shades that are perfect for an everyday neutral look. 

It has a very nice cool pink with lots of silver shimmer in it perfect for highlighting the inner corner of the eyes. It also has that lovely light plum color to the left of the pink, however it is on the sheer side but a very nice all-over-the-lid color, a light brown shade on the bottom right that I have a love/hate relationship with. That particular shade is very sheer compared to the other 3 eyeshadows. Color pay off for that particular shade is a very light wash and is almost non-existent but you could see a silvery sheen when it's applied. Although it has that down side, I think that it's sheerness is perfect for the palette since it is a great blending color. The most pigmented eyeshadow of the 4 is the chocolate brown which is a perfect crease and liner shade.

This quad is so easy to use and fool proof that even a newbie to makeup can use this. I also got two more quads from this line and I'm sending it over to my friend Jill (who will have her new blog up in a few days) to try and review. :)

More about the brand and their products on my previous review here.

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