Physician’s formula in shimmer strips for hazel eyes. I love the pinks and browns and the highlight colors, it’s great for coordinating and it does make hazel eyes pop, but the color payoff isn’t consistent or great with any of these. It comes with an eye shadow applicator that is slightly pointed so you can also use it for lining but that’s where the seam is and it hurts! Use your own brushes for sure. It was an okay buy, I wouldn’t go out of my way to get it again.
Physician’s formula in Baked Butter which is a matte pallet. The orange is too orange, the brown too dark and contrasting, the highlight color isn’t noticeable, and when worn dry the colors don’t stand out at all. Applying wet is a must, but I wouldn’t recommend this pallet if you have a light skin tone.
Rimmel London exaggerate waterproof definer in 290 precious gold (gold), 211 sable (brown), 230 deep ocean (blue), 270 purple shock (purple pink with shine). They are lovely colors, but they don’t go on consistently and I have to let it set then try it again otherwise there are gaps of no color or chunks of color in some parts. Even after they set, they aren’t waterproof and smudge fairly easily. Not every color feels like it has the same formula either, the brown and blue go on softer than the purple and gold. I got them buy one get one free at CVS and I certainly wouldn’t pay full price for them.