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Stila Smudge Pot Kitten || Review

I love all things Stila Kitten and I have wanted the metal foil shadow for ages but it is just too expensive. But I found the next best thing a creme shadow or Smudge Pot for £13. When you look for this product on the Boots website it comes under eyeliner, but I feel it is too light and wet for an eyeliner look though I guess you can still use it as a liner. After I picked it up I had a look on Youtube for people's reviews on the smudge pot, well there were a lot of mixed reviews so I started to doubt I would like it or not.

However, I was very very impressed. The pot is so professional, similar to Mac Paint Pots, and the price is verging on high-end than drugstore. However, the price is irrelevant when you look at the amount of product and the look it gives. I apply it to my lids the same way I apply most of my creme eye shadows, with my finger and blending it out. This product goes on so creamy and smoothly that it feels like silk, it is great for a day time or nude eye look. It doesn't dry very quickly so it does give you time to blend it out or blend in other colors, so you need to let it dry for about 30 seconds before you screw up your eyes. 

I love this product and I just love to top it off with the Stila Kitten eye shadow, as it just intensifies the color. The color is a beautiful champagne shade that you just can't find a exact dupe to (trust me I tried). If you haven't seen any of the Stila Kitten range I would say go out and look. It is a little hard to find as it isn't in all Boots stores, though it has started to be introduced in the beauty department of Marks and Spencers.

If you can't find any Stila, a good cheap dupe for the Smudge Pot Kitten is either the Bourjois Creme to Powder shadow in Petale de Glace or the Max Factor Excess Shimmer in Copper.

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