4.02.2014

{Review: Maybelline Color Tattoo LTD Spring Collection 2014}

Hey Beauties!

I have yet, another review for lovelies, and this is on the limited edition spring collection of color tattoos by Maybelline, as part of their nude collection. 

I love color tattoos, I probably own the vast majority from the permeant and other collections. Honestly, I probably really use daily are about 3. I don’t have any from the matte or holograph one , which I couldn't find anywhere, I would have loved a couple of the mattes. Any whoo… 





With my prior experiences with this line, I didn't expect nothing less. With their limited edition collections there is usually been a central theme. With this comes nude. They released along side lipglosses, lipsticks, eyeshadow quads and some cheek products. This appeared to have been a trend this past few seasons in the beauty community with nudes, especially in palette form. 



{The Shades}





I think there are 6 shades, two were very similar and there was a black one that didn't appeal to me. The shades that I did get:




Beige-ing Beauty: similar to Barely Branded, a beige with gold sparkle (would work well with all 3 Naked palettes) 
Nude Compliment: Cool toned Bronzy, grayish taupe (I know, odd description, would work well with Naked2)
Sleek & Spice: Warm toned bronzy taupe (would work well with all 3 Naked palettes)
Caramel Cool: Warm toned copper/ (rose gold) (great for the Naked3 palette) 


{Pigmentation/Quality/Application/Texture} 
As with all the others that I own, they are smooth, non-drying texture, that glide right on and not patchy.  All but the beige shade (slightly more sheer) had very good pigmentation. The quality of these are up to par with any high end brand, and last for at least 7 hours. The shades themselves allows for any shadow place over it more vibrant, and since these are neutral shades, you can easily place any color shadow over it. I find these work very well with all the Urban Decay Naked palettes, but again, these well work any neutral  and colorful palettes/single shadows. However they are just as beautiful worn alone. 


{Available & Price}

They are limited edition so of course, since they have a reputation for being a great quality, affordable eyeshadow base, they will probably be different to find depending on where you live. I never seen them at Target or Walmart but usually at Rite-Aid. You usually have to act pretty quickly the minute you hear about any limited edition products. As for the price, they are reasonable more affordable than the higher end brands. These will run between $6-8. 

{Final Thoughts}

If you don’t want to shell of the money for MAC or Armani eyeshadow bases, I can’t blame you, I own 1 MAC paint pot. These come highly recommended for a reason, not just by me but plenty of bloggers and Youtubers. For the price and the shade range in the permeant line you are getting a great quality product, the same as an expensive brand. 






I hope that this review has helped you make a possible purchasing decision and if you want to read my original post on the permeant collection, please click here





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FTC Disclaimer:  I purchased one shadow and my lovely sister purchased the other 3. I am not being paid, sponsored, nor affiliated with Maybelline or other companies mentioned in this post. All opinions are my own. 





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