Sometimes there are products that come into your life that are SO good that you want to blog about them immediately and tell the whole goddamn world. This is one of them. There was a genuine OMG moment when I first started playing with this palette and I cannot get enough of it.
This is my first ever product from Zoeva and I ordered mine after seeing Sharon Farrell use it in one of her tutorials. I thought it looked nice when she used it but I have been literally blown away by the consistency of this little palette now I own it myself.
The palette itself is housed in a super slim cardboard compact-nothing fancy but great for travelling. It has no mirror which is slightly annoying but everything has a mirror these days so it's not a huge deal.
The shadows are so easy to use-they have that lovely silky, almost 'spongey' like texture, there is very little fall out and the pigmentation is fantastic. They also blend so easily making smoky eyes a breeze and they keep their colour definition when blended-i.e they don't all blend into one shade.
Once on the eye they last all day. Literally all day with no fading, creasing or fallout. I could rave about this palette forever. My favourites from it are Platinum which is such an unusual green toned steel, and Alloy a purply taupe. But I have now used them all and there is not one dud. Even the matte black is the easiest to work with one I have ever used.
Below I wore a simple combination of Warm Silver and Aluminum.
And here (taken in very bright sunlight in Cairo) Alloy all over the lid with Platinum in the crease and a touch of Rusty Steel in the centre of the lid.
Below I used Rusty Steel and Onyx
This palette is incredible value at EUR17.50 (about £12.50) and mine was shipped to Dubai. I'm going to be raving about this for weeks to come and I think I may need to add a couple more to my collection-Rose Garden and Naturally Yours have my name all over them!