Inspired by Cannes Film Festival L’Oreal release it’s new L’Or Electric Collection (clearly my post is a tad late!) The collection is made up of two Infallible shadows, three lipsticks and three polishes although I am sure the shades vary in different countries. The first thing I realised is that come of the colours aren’t really overly wearable an orangey shadows isn’t usually what I’d go for and the shimmer in the lipsticks just isn’t my cup of tea but lets take a closer look…
The two Infallible eyeshadows are in Metalic Lilac and Metalic Coral, they are basically pressed eyeshadows but it really works well. The pigmentation and texture is fantastic but I don’t think I will use the coral colour very much but it might be worth a look if you have blue eyes, on the other hand the silver/lilac shade is perfect for easy smokey eyes.
I have no swatches of the lipstick yet but I will feature them in Nail of the Day posts very soon. the colours available in the Color Riche Nail Polishes part of this collection are 811: Magic Croisette, 809: Mystic Blue and 810: Mythical Carpet. The think that caught my attention about this product is that it apparently doesn’t need base coat or top coat. Even out these the polish is suppose to be long wearing and not stain your nails, I experienced some tip wear after a day or so therefore I am not convinced about not needing a top coat. However when I removed my nail polish my nails weren’t stained.
There are three lipsticks in Electric Fuchsia, Metallic Coral and Prismatic Pink- all the colours are slightly sheer and shimmery. At first I was very excited about Prismatic Pink it looks like a pretty pale pink but really its a sheer shimmery colour which adds very little. The Electric Fushia is probably my favourite the colour is pretty and the shimmer is quite as obvious, I also don’t mind Metallic Coral but the shimmer is just a little too much for me.
Excuse the mess, clearly my lipstick applying isn’t up to scratch. Electiric Fushia: Above. Metalic Coral: Below.
What do you think of the collection, have you tried anything?