Bourjois is by far my favourite "drugstore" brand and there's not many launches from them that don't wow me.
One of Bourjois' most recent launches is their Colourband Eyeshadow & Liner sticks, which are so up my street.
For as long as I can remember, I've opted for quick and easy eye products. It's not just a mum thing- it makes sense and the quicker and easier they apply, the better.
2 in 1 products are usually pretty hit and miss for me as I always end up using the product for one thing as opposed to the two. I guess that isn't a completely bad thing and doesn't make much difference, but I find the whole concept normally a bit of a gimmick. In saying that, I am obsessed with these Colourbands and cannot get enough.
Six shades launched with a 2 in 1 concept, these act as both a Shadow and a Liner and super easy to apply, you can't really go wrong.
01 Noir Absrait, 02 Brun Dadaiate, 03 Beige Minimaliste, 04 Rose Fauviste, 05 Mauve Baroque and 06 Gris Graffiti each offer fantastic pigmentation for an eye crayon and teamed up together, used on their own or even alongside powders, they look great.
They apply with ease and blend out really easily making them perfect if you want an unperfected smudged out smoky eye look. As a liner, they are a little bit more difficult to use how I like to wear liner, as they're a little chunkier than a normal pencil liner would be, however, if you're into a thicker, messier line or maybe want something to run and smudge out underneath your bottom lash line, then these would be perfect.
In the images above, I've used Brun Dadaite- the most gorgeous Bronze and Rose Fauviste- a soft Pink and I really love the results. Messily applied to the eyes with no precision what so ever, these blend like a dream and give you the look of quite a thought out look with no effort or time at all. Win!
They're long lasting, full of great pigmentation and whether you want to achieve something ever so subtle or something built up and somewhat dramatic, then these are definitely worth a try.
Available now, Bourjois Colourbands cost £5.99 each.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on these and whether you'll be picking up any of the shades.