Colors: Beigey-nude, creamy off-white, khaki green, bronzey brown
Durability: L'oreal's eye shadows' consistency is great, especially if worn with a primer underneath they last up to 6-8 hours.
Length of Use: Once since I got it on the 24th of February
Application Process: Excellent, since it gives you a breakdown where to put each eye shadow. The eye shadows are marked from 1-4. 1 being the lightest and 4 being the darkest shade of the quad. Shade 1 (Beige) is an all over lid color, shade 2 (Cream) is a highlighter for the brow bone, shade 3 (Green) is is for the crease of the eye, shade 4 (Bronze) is to be used an eyeliner.
Make-up artist James Kaliardos recommends following his guide to achieve the best results:
- Use a pencil to draw a line along the roots of the lashes.
- Apply the darkest shade (shade 4) over the pencil line.
- Then apply the lighter colors (shade 1, 2), graduating and shading up towards the brows.
- For emphasis, create a slightly darker (shade 3) area at the outer corner of the eyelid.
- Place a hint of light color (shade 2) at the inner and outer corners of the eyes.
Product Review: Initially L'Oreal came out with Star Secrets Lipsticks, then the eye shadow trios and now the quads. I must say I was very impressed by Aishwarya Beige, I am probably two shades lighter than Aishwarya and her lipstick was perfect for me. But, back to the eye shadows shades 1 and 2 make excellent nude colors, and shades 3 and 4 are buildable, since I have light-brown hazel eyes, I chose the Aishwarya Greens Quad, it did make my eyes pop, in addition to the eye shadows I used M.A.C Technakohl Liner in Jade Way to line my waterline and M.A.C Fluidline in Dipdown on my top lid (smudged) the eye shadows and liners really made my hazel eyes pop. The great thing is that this quad is perfect for people who love their neutrals
Value for money: $5.99 for four eye shadows.
Quad Picture source: Ebay