Packaging: The Packaging is cheap, but that is expected for the price. It really is not terrible though. The base is sturdy, and it comes with a lot of product. The cap is a hard plastic. The two pieces separately are well made, but together are a little bulky and cheap looking.
Color Selection: I like the deep collection they were going for, but maybe one dark, one medium, and one light would be optimal.
Price: The price of all three is $1, and are actually $.50 at the moment!
Collection: They are a part of the 2016 Profusion Holiday Collection
Pigmentation: The pigmentation of the copper and brown shades are phemominal. The blue does not show very well.
Wear time: They wear on the eyes fairly well with primer. About 6-8 hours long.
Where to buy: Walgreens! I believe they are in store only.
Final Verdict: Yes! Yes! Yes! These are amazing! I recommend running to your local Walgreens A.S.A.P. to pick these up, especially because they are only $.50 right now. The brown and copper shades are so worth the money! I hope they continue to come out with mor shades.
Packaging: I was very surprised a how good quality the pakaging is. The plastic is hard and strong. It is fairly easy to open, and closes well. It is a great size for on the go! However, I have always disliked shadow pans of this shape, because it is hard to dip a brush in.
Color Selection: I feel that the color selection is great. There is a good mixture of light/dark, neutral/bold, and satin/shimmer shadows. There are 12 different palettes, and I feel that there is a palette for every look.
Price: They retail for $1.99.
Amount of Product: Each palette has .28 ounces.
Collection: They are part of L.A. colors eyeshadow palette collection called Day to Night. I am not sure if they are part of the L.A. Colors permanent collection.
Claims: Each palette claims to have looks for both day and night, and I feel that they live up to this claim.
Pigmentation: The pigmentation is spotchy. I found (in the Sunset palette) that the night shadows are way more pigmented than the day shadows. The darker shades are amazing!
Wear time: They last very well on the eyes, especially with primer.
Where to buy: I purchased mine at Rite Aid, but they can purchased online through Jet.com
Final Verdict: I feel that for the money, this palette is worth it, especially for the darker shades. I would love to try the other palettes.
The Revlon Photo Ready Eye Art double ended liners are targeted to used for the “lid, lash, and line.” One side features a beautiful metallic cream, and the other side is a gooey glitter base.
Packaging: Gorgeous hard plastic tube, with two ends that unscrew. Super durable, and nice looking. The applicator for the cream side is a flat doe foot, and the glitter side is a dense brush.
Color Selection: I would say the color selection is ok, there are eight shades, which include: turquoise, purple, black, blue, peach, green, gold, and champagne. I would like to have seen a silver and a rose gold.
Price: They are about $8.99, which is right on par with Revlon’s prices. There are not many products to compare this to from the drugstore, so I would say that it is well priced for what you get.
Amount of Product: Each stick comes with .2 fluid ounce. Each side has .1 fluid ounce.
Collection: These are a part of Revlon’s Photo Ready line, which is permanent to their collection!
Pigmentation: The color payoff on the cream is amazing! The glitter is good, I wouldn’t say great though. On its own, the glitter is goopy and separates. When placed on top of the cream and mascara, it looks beautiful.
Final Verdict: Love love love! These are amazing! I own two colors, 100 Topaz Twinkle and 020 Lilac Luster.