Les Tendres (503)

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Les Tendres (503) Review

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Les Tendres (503)
Skin Tone: Fair, Skin Type: Combination, Undertone: Neutral

In general the quad is good. I love the combination of shades and amazing pigmintation,but the texture… The peachy and mint shades with frost finish are very soft, but they fall out if you apply too much and can fade especially when you apply them to the eye area zone. The next two are matte: warm purple with powdery texture and kind of cool taupe which is little dry. All shades are easy to apply and blend. The are long-wearing especially matte shades ( I use eyeshadow base). I recommend this quad if you are looking for interesting combination, good quality and great packaging.

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Temptalia Review

Guerlain Les Tendres (503) Eyeshadow Palette ($63.00 for 0.25 oz.) is described as an “iridescent ivory, satiny nude, matte violet-plum, [and] aquatic green.” Guerlain has certainly put out some interesting color combinations out over the years. There’s often something just a little unusual about the palette colors, and yet, they work seamlessly together. They come together beautifully without a lot of effort on the user’s part. In general, pigmentation could have been more intense from the get-go, but all of the shades were buildable as I applied them to the lid to opaque color. All four shades wore well without creasing or fading for eight hours on me (no primer), though the plum shade faded slightly faster than the others. The textures of the four hues were also incredibly soft, finely-milled, and easy to blend.  I wish it was slightly more pigmented across the board, but I really liked how it applied, so it left me rather torn.

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