What the product claims:
Light and easy to blend, long lasting formula with vitamin E which help nourish eyelids.
Directions to use:
Use the applicator to gently apply on the eyelid area.
Talc, mica, butyl stearate, mineral oil, pentaerythrityl tetraisostearate, zinc stearate, zinc oxide, isopropyl myristate, ethylhexyl palmitate, prunus amygdalus dulcis(sweet almond) oil, tocopheryl acetate, retinyl palmitate, phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, ethylparaben, butylparaben, propylparaben, isobutylparaben, [may contain (+/-) iron oxide (Cl77491, Cl77492, Cl77499), titanium dioxide (Cl77891), ultramarines (Cl77007), ferrix ferrocyanide (Cl 77510), chromium oxide greens (Cl 77288), chromium hydroxide green (Cl 77289), manganese violet (Cl 77742), red 40 (Cl 16035), blue 1 (Cl 42090), yellow 5 (Cl 19140), carmine (Cl 75470)
Price: Rs 299
Quantity: 7 gram
Packaging: It is cutely packed in a transparent plastic case with a sponge applicator which comes handy during travel. The packaging is a bit cheap but for Rs.299, what more can you expect?
There are 4 shades, a highlighter, a light pink, a golden and a bronze. The texture is smooth and no fallout.
I found the pigmentation of the first two shades to be average. With a primer, it comes out better.
The staying power is very disappointing. When used with a wet brush, the pigmentation comes out pretty intense. It does not crease on the lids.
2. Pretty shades
3. No fallout
4. Does not crease
2.Poor staying power
Final Words: If you are looking for an affordable eyeshadow quad and do not mind the staying power, then go ahead. This is a decent quad and one can create golden-brown looks with it. With a primer, it should stay for a longer duration. I would not call it as a must-have. The choice is yours.