Covergirl Trunaked Goldens Eyeshadow Palette Review & Swatches

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Like other drugstore companies Covergirl has released its new Spring 2016 collection. In this collection they have released 3 new 8 pan eyeshadow palettes. Today I will be reviewing on of them for you. I love some Covergirl products but when I saw the new eyeshadows at the drugstore I had to pick it up and try them out for you guys. I am glad I did because they shadows are great. And do not worry at all these are permanent in the collection. 

They shadows come housed in a thin plastic casing that also includes a dual ended application brush. Who really uses that? The packaging says "shades like a leading $50 eyeshadow palette". Which we all know means that they are comparing it to the Urban Decay Naked palettes. I have the UD naked palettes and have done some comparisons, of course the UD formula is so much better and a little long lasting. The shade names are creme, chiffon, cookie, sunkissed, camel, ginger, ecru and sierra. Yes finally a drugstore company who names the shadows. Lets talk about the formula of these shadows, for $11.95 (depends on where you get it from) the formula is amazing. The shadows go on very smoothly and soft onto the lids. These swatches above are without any primer and you can tell these shadows are super soft and pigmented. My favs are the matte shadows in the palette, they blend easily and are prefect for the crease. With this palette you really don't have to use any other eyeshadow. Without primer these shadows lasted me whole day imagine what it will do with primer. I am seriously impressed with this new formula and collection from Covergirl. This is what I need in a drugstore eyeshadow palette. Let me know in the comments below your thoughts on this palette. Thank you so much for reading and have a wonderful day. 


*All the products were bought by me for personal use and for review*
   *pictures were taken by me. Please do not use*      


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