[affiliate/sample] I’m swinging completely the other way from the £3.50 Essence mascara of my previous post straight into the luxury pricing of Surratt’s new Prismatique Eyes at £54 each. Gulp.

Surratt Prismatique Eyes

They’re little cubes containing a matte creme shadow and a chromatic top veil which swing out to reveal both shades. It is fiddly and I can’t help thinking much of what you’re paying for is this complicated componentry but if you like a tidy looking make up item, this is it.

Surratt Prismatique Eyes

The matte creme is simply the smoothest I’ve ever used – it’s one stroke of a brush across the lid for complete delivery. The chrome colours are a bit droppy so ensure that you have a tissue under your eye to catch any stray shimmers.

Surratt Prismatique Eyes

There are five shade options – all the mattes look quite muted and architectural in colour while the chrome is somewhat shade-shifty in the palette.

Surratt Prismatique Eyes

You can wear them either/or and obviously as they’re intended – both together. It’s amazing how the chrome top coat springs the matte into life – you’ll see in the swatches. I’ve done side by side and then another with the top coat over the matte so you can see exactly what happens.

Surratt Prismatique Eyes

Obviously it’s quite a dark day today so I’ve gone for the best light I can find to show these – hence the kitchen floor in the background! From bottom to top: Visual Eyes, Style Eyes, Glamour Eyes, Neutral Eyes and Mesmer Eyes.

Surratt Prismatique Eyes

So, here’s what happens! I think it’s pretty impressive – as well as the fact that you have three options within one product. From bottom to top: Visual Eyes, Glamour Eyes, Mesmer Eyes, Neutral Eyes and Style Eyes. They’re HERE, non affiliate HERE. 

 

*all products are sent to me as samples from brands and agencies unless otherwise stated. Affiliate links may be used. Posts are not affiliate driven.