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The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.
Just in time for summer, try the waterproof, 24-hour wear Eyes to Kill waterproof eyeshadows. Eyes to Kill unveils a pearl blend that radiates four spellbinding colors. Each shade is based on a revolutionary technology that acts like a kaleidoscope, producing multidimensional colors. Neither a cream nor a powder, the incredible hybrid formula acts as a color suspension tool that delivers dreamy, ethereal beauty to eyes with a 24 hour hold. Crease-proof, flake-proof, waterproof and sweat-proof, Eyes to Kill Intense Eyeshadows slide on, stay on, but wipe off in an instant. Apply wet or dry with fingers or the Armani large eye contour brush.
Based on 1 Review, 44 Quick Reviews
The Good: Long-wearing (20), Easy To Apply (15), Smooth (13), Crease-resistant (13), Creamy (10), Blendable (9), Buttery (6), Great Value (2), Travel-friendly (1)
The In-Between: Highly Pigmented (20), Buildable (9), Sheer (1), Luminous (1), Scented (1)
The Bad: Hard To Blend (3), Chalky (1), Powdery (1), Hard To Apply (1), Fall Out (1)
1 Written Reviews
By Reka 9 months ago.
This is my first time seeing one of these in person (I ordered online) and my first impression is that I'm pretty disappointed. Honestly, it just looks like someone combined two different L'Oreal Infallible colors (maybe Garnet and Black). It's pretty and it's still possible that I'll fall in love with it, but it makes me want to just play around with multiple Infallibles instead. The packaging is definitely a bit nicer (glass instead of plastic), but the one I bought had been discontinued so had started to dry out anyway, so I doubt the packaging matters much in the long run.