If you love eye shadows then I’d suggest you seek out Maybelline Color Show Monos pronto. The formula is SO good! I’ve got Copper Fizz and Ashy Wood above and I’m instantly obsessed, particularly with Copper Fizz. The Maybelline Color Show Monos are made to what Maybelline call a ‘Dry-Finity Texture’. In real terms, they look like powders but feel more like cremes on the eye. They’ve got the biggest amount of pigment in them which means that a little goes a long way, and when I applied to my lids, the texture felt almost cooling – it’s really such a surprise.
Here they are in the swatch – as usual, I do one finger swipe, and look at the pigment and sheen on that. I actually used a fine brush for the Ashy Wood shade as it’s an accent colour, and although it doesn’t look as though it would be, it is just as creamy and soft as Copper Fizz.
Copper Fizz is more of a light rose-gold shade – you could easily mistake this for a premium brand product. It’s a huge recommend from me and they’re all HERE.
Maybelline Color Show Monos cost £4.99 for the blending shades (5 colours) and £5.99 for the accenting shades (2 colours).
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