I haven’t raved about a Profusion product in years! Profusion products are very budget friendly & they seem to pop up at my local Walgreens around the holiday season. This year I picked up 3 out of 4 (I went back for the 4th, they’re purples) 5 eyeshadow palettes & I’m super excited to show them to you today including a really easy eyeshadow look!
Each eyeshadow palette contains 5 eyeshadows that can be used wet or dry, an applicator, & a sliver of a mirror below where the applicator is stored. Not bad packaging for $1 mind you. These palettes are labeled #1 – #4 so that is how I’ll refer to them below. All of these shades are satin/metallic/shimmer- no mattes here!
#2- Cool Toned Neutrals
Left to right: Nude, champagne, brownish mink, cool dark brown, & bronze.
Overall these shades are more sheer, lighter, & clearly all neutral. I don’t fall the pigmentation I honestly think these were supposed to be like this. This set is ultra easy to use although the texture isn’t quite as nice on the whole as #3. If you want bold neutrals this won’t be for you.
#3- Fall Perfect Neutrals
Left to right: Soft mink, bronze, softened green, smoky teal, & blue black satin.
This is by far my favorite I’ve bought! This palette is AH-mazing! Check out that easy pigmentation! Original shades & an actually interesting combination of shades. Not a dud here. The only thing missing is a true highlight shade but for $1 I can’t complain one bit!
#4- Colorful Shades
Left to right: Bright yellow, medium pink, soft aqua, cornflower blue, & bold blue.
This yellow is super surprising, how nice is that right? 3 out of 5 shades are blues so if you dig blues you’ll like this!
Here’s my eye look with the Profusion Palette #3 using only these shades except for a matte highlight from my Sonia Kashuk Eye on Neutral Matte Palette.
Like I said, I picked these up for $1 each at Walgreens…not sure where else these are available! Hope you liked my quick review & swatches…& I loved wearing this eye look out last night!