Product Claims and Description:
These richly pigmented and silky smooth powders blend effortlessly into the lid infused with kaolin Clay to help create long-lasting wear. The palette of five shades help brighten, sculpt and define. Directions: Using base shade, blend all over the eyelid. Use lid shade on the center of the eyelid. Use the crease shade to define eyelid crease directly below the brow bone. Apply line shade along lash line and smudge out for a smoky effect. Finish with highlighter in the inner crease of the eye and along the brow bone.

E.l.f. Clay Eyeshadow Palette 5

—Product—
~Claims: Pigmented-Not really. Blendable- Yes. Long lasting- Yes.
~Buildable.
~Contains 1 matte, 2 satin and 2 shimmer shadows.
~These can be used wet.
~A primer is needed to get the best look and pigmentation.
~I reach for this often.
~This doesn’t crease if used with a primer.
~The shimmer shades have a lot of fall out.
~$6.00 on the elf website.
~Four different palettes are available as of 2/16/17. Necessary Nudes, Saturday Sunsets, Sea Side Sweetie, and Smoked to Perfection.

—Packaging—
~2 ½ x 2 ½ x1/2 in. square.
~Matte black plastic with white lettering and contains a mirror inside the lid.
~Opens easily and closes securely.
~Very durable.
~Contains 0.26 oz (7.5g) of shadow.

E.l.f. Clay Eyeshadow Palette 6
Swatches Left to Right: Highlight, Base, Lid, Crease, Line.

—Over All—
I like this palette. While the quality isn’t great, it’s still a good everyday smoky eye shadow. I would recommend that you give the other shades of this palette a try. Once this one is used up I probably won’t buy this again.
Pros: Easy, convenient, travel friendly.
Cons: Rough texture, not very pigmented.

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