I’ve got to admit that when I first saw Delilah Makeup, I thought it looked a little bit bland. However, now I’ve got it in my hand it’s anything but – I’m so, so impressed with the quality of it.
As soon as I swatched the Powder Eyeshadow, I thought of Urban Decay. It’s got that same soft, soft quality to it and delivers massively on pigment. It’s exactly the same for the lipsticks – super-creamy, pigment punchy and great last.
Delilah is a Brit brand through and through – I can’t wait for it to get a few more doors (Marks & Spencer maybe?) and we can really start to see it take on some competitors. I’m still experimenting with more of the range but so far, so very, very good.
Price points are high, which is the only downside with lipsticks at £24 and shadow at £20. You’re not Tom Ford yet, my friends.
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