As far as application, I'm not sure I can rave about them. I think if I were creating a very simple look with just a couple of colors, I'd say they were ok. As far as placing colors in the crease and getting it to blend correctly, I don't know. I didn't have the easiest time getting them to blend. They weren't horrible, but I wouldn't say it was super easy either . I tried to put these colors on using my fingers and using a brush. I had better luck with my fingers. I used my Sigma Beauty Brushes (E55 and E 70) and had pretty good luck, but just using my fingers gave me better control and an easier time blending.
I would probably reach for this palette to use as a base for other shadows or to just throw on a color quickly to give me a nice, simple nude look. It's not the worst cream shadow I've ever used and for only $3.50, it's not too bad.
Have you ever tried any cream shadows that you had luck with? Or ones you didn't like! I'd love to hear your stories or any tricks you had to applying them.
|Revlon Illuminance Creme Shadow in Skinlights|
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