Saturday, January 27, 2018

Nigerian Brands Eyeshadow
The House of Tara Margaret Ekpo palette is one of my favorite makeup products. I have honestly not used a palette this beautiful before. I’ve been using this palette for more than a year now so it’s the right time to give an in-depth review. When reviewing a product I usually consider these factors ; packaging , pigmentation, durability , portability and affordability. So let’s get right into it , shall we?

Packaging : The palette comes in a sleek black pack and it contains 12 colors. The palette also came with two sponge eyeshadow applicators that I threw away without blinking. The packaging is matte black with the brand name written on the cover. I quite like this packaging but my only problem is it tends to get dirty easily with fingerprint smudges and the like on its cover but it can be cleaned with a wet rag. The palette also contains a mirror which is a nice bonus. 
Nigerian Brands Eyeshadow

Pigmentation : This palette is really pigmented   The range of colors are gorgeous and dramatic. The texture of the shadows are smooth and soft to the touch. Though the colors are pigmented , I would recommend that you use an eyeshadow base like the Nyx jumbo stick in milk to make the colors a bit more brighter and stand out more. You do get a bit of fall out when applying these shadows but it’s expected as these are matte shades and it’s nothing that can’t be cleaned off with a brush or wipe. One thing I love about this palette is the way the colors were picked. Each color is represented in two shades ; a darker shade and a lighter one. Pretty neat right?

Durability : So another reason why I recommend layering these shadows with a base is so you can get them to last longer on your eyes. This doesn’t mean that without the base it won’t last because it will. The base is just for extra assurance. I haven’t experienced it fading before. 

Portability : It is really portable. You can travel with this in your bag. It does have a mirror in it so it’s best to be careful. Possibly wrap it in a bag but besides that it is not a fragile palette. It is sturdy enough to be in your bag and not opening to paint every other thing in your bag (been there before? Cause I have). 

Affordability: I bought this palette when it is was still being sold at 2,500 Naira but unfortunately due to the recession, its price has hiked to 4,500 which is still a fair price for 12 crazy pigmented colors. It is totally affordable because when you compare it to other palettes in the market , 4500 is easier on the wallet and it lasts a long time. Just look at the pictures I have to clarify. I have been using this palette for a while and still I haven’t hit pan on any colors. Totally worth your money. 
Nigerian Brands Eyeshadow

Final verdict : If you see this palette, make sure you get it. I highly recommend it. You will get your money’s worth with this one. I assure you. 
To see some other products I recommend, check my post on the best products of 2017. 

I hope you found this review helpful and you consider this palette when next you’re buying makeup. 

What palettes have you been loving? I’ve been looking for another palette to buy. Please leave recommendations in the comment section for me. 

“He replied, “You are talking like a foolish woman. Shall we accept good from God, and not trouble?” In all this, Job did not sin in what he said.”
‭‭Job‬ ‭2:10‬ ‭NIV‬‬

1 comment:

  1. Such pretty colors. You have great makeup looks here :)
    Love the scripture too.