Rimmel London Magnif'eyes Jewel Rocks Edition Review




Long time since I talked about anything related to make-up and since I'm starting to finish this palette, I thought I should spread out my experience with the Rimmel London Magnif'eyes Jewel Rocks Edition palette. It was a birthday gift that I'm very thankful for and I'll explain why.

Firstly, the colors suit me, because of my brown hair and tanned complexion and I was happy to use all those shades of brown, some with shimmer, some matte. From 12 shades, 3 are matte. 

The colors are pigmented, some of the brighter one can be used to create a more subtle look. On the other hand, we have the blue and green shades which are super pigmented, so you should be really careful when you apply them. Even though I don't usually use the blue shades because it is hard for me to do a look without looking like a cartoon, they are very pretty. 


The brush that comes with the eye contouring palette is relatively useful, I normally used other brushes to make sure I blend well. However, it has fair quality and didn't break until now, but I prefer thicker brushes.

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The colors last throughout the day, but if you have oily lids like mine, you should consider touching up your make-up once in a while. I usually use my foundation as a primmer and it enhances the shades beautifully. Also, I tend to always check for product transfer on my lower lid, it's a habit, but it depends on how much product are you using and how are you setting it up.

All in all, it is an easy to use palette with many color combinations possible. You can use for an every day look or for a glamorous night out. It is an accessible palette with nice shades and pigmentation. 

Comments

  1. I am really happy you liked it, it was my first time buying make-up for anyone so I guess I nailed it lol
    The colors seem nice, I've seen you wearing them and you look fab with them on -you always look fab to be honest. XD
    Great article! Fighting!

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