Stila is all ready for Summer 2013 with its festival of colour collection inspired by the idea that even a pop of colour anywhere on the face can make a huge difference in upgrading your make-up look and making it look apt for the sunnier months to come and especially the festival season.
Tie & Dye from the catwalk has been their main inspiration in creating these Countless Color Pigment's. They believe it will act like an artist's palette for make-up lovers, allowing them to expand their limits when it comes to eye shadow application.
Available in 5 stunning shades, I currently have 'Encore' in my possession which is in fact the most muted one out of the lot. The shade this turns out to be is a dusky pink-brown. As usual, the eye shadow is superbly silky in quality and sheer in pigmentation, with some areas of the eye shadow being more pigmented than the rest.
The best way to apply it full on is definitely with fingers. I like the fact that it doesn't look cakey on the eyes as that's never a good look for the Summer. I wish it would have been a little bit more pigmented for us to create more pronounced looks with these. Having said that, I really need to try some of the brighter ones from this range.
Available for £14 a pop, these are great collectibles due to how beautiful they look in the pan and perfect for those who want an array an shades in just one eye shadow pot.