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Best drugstore brand eyeshadows?

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Originally Posted by tonkabeane View Post
I'm looking for drugstore brand eyeshadows that are relatively cheap in price but high in quality (i.e. highly pigmented, easy to blend, non-clumpy, etc. and relatively similar to the feel and texture of M.A.C. eyeshadows). Does anyone have any recommendations?

hmmm i think the shadows of sephora..

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Originally Posted by sadiesparkle View Post
Barry M dazzle dusts and fine glitter pots! Can't beat them :-)

 

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I have about fourteen dazzle dusts at the moment, I absolutely love them! So vibrant and they really do last all day!

Other than that I'd say my favourites were (obviously) GOSH! Maybelline. Prestige and Boots brand 17.

 

Originally Posted by glimmer View Post
Bourjois I like everything they make.

Chilli Pepper at boots only available xmas time in sets their mascara in the pink tube is fantastic. Stays put too.

I adore Bourjois!!

Chilli Pepper too, is very cute! I have gorgeous little lip colour pots from them with little tassels on them!

Bobbi Pin is also a lovely little brand that comes out of Boots in the holiday period!

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I agree with NYX Milani and W&W, but I also wanted to add Black Radiance! I have a few of their quad shadows and the colors are super pigmented!!!

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Revlon Colorstay (i LOVE their brown palette for neutral colors) and Nyx for bright colors/variety of colors. they are my two most used shadow brands.

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I was looking at the Black Radiance quads this past weekend and wonder in if I should try them. THat and their pigments. They look pigmented... Maybe I'll go back this evening....

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I vote Bourjois, but that's not a drugstore brand in the US is it? It is here in the UK! I wish we had NYX and Milani and HIP over here frown.gif

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