|The palette of four complementary shades makes various looks possible, taking your look from natural to dramatic and anywhere in between! The fine powder eyeshadow with discreet glitter particles applies evenly with a texture that is silky to the touch, and allows dramatic as well as natural looks. More intensive shimmering colors can be achieved when applied with a wet applicator. The eye shadows are perfume free.|
BeYu Fun & Style Quattro Eyeshadow palettes comes in an attractive sleek & sturdy transparent square case embedded with four complementing shades & an dual sided sponge tip applicator. The shades has got a quilted pattern on them. The packaging gives a very rich feel & transparency allows easy location of the shades. The applicator does a pretty good job for on go touch ups.
I picked up quad88 which is an assortment gorgeous purple hues:
A Grape shade, a light purple, a silvery purple & a white highlighter. All the shades are loaded with shimmers which gets blended out surprisingly well given that they look all chunky in the palette.
Apart from packaging nothing impressed me with this particular quad. The texture of the shades is smooth & soft but slightly dry with a bit of fall out during application.The shades in the quad are smooth but they do acquire that slight dryness in the texture. All the shades have noticeable amount of shimmer which looks loaded & chunky optically but once blended they are nowhere to be seen & gets well blended onto the lids. There is no shimmer dislocation post application. The pigmentation is very average and they don’t come out as vibrant as they look in quad on lids. Though they improve with a primer underneath but still one can’t get away with layering efforts to show up the shades vibrancy. Looking at their price tag & the quality, any given day I will prefer Lakme & Maybelline quads which are priced decently and perform exceptionally well. The wear time is also not much impressive & they begin to fade in 5 hours without a primer while weared a little longer till 7-7.5 hours with a primer with slight faded edges. In the swatches I have layered them heavily to show up the colors or else practically it’s just the deeper & lighter purple which can be used on lids or crease while the silvery purple is as good as a highlighter on my skintone. It needs quite a heavy built up to show some color. For a 650INR price tag, I was expecting a lot more formulawise but the product falls short of the expectations.
The brand claims that they can be used wet for better results and the shades do look much better that way but eye shadow palettes for me are a quick fix when I don’t want to scratch my head for the choice of color combinations on the go & would prefer them to give me brisk results without much effort! These palettes will be a good pick for eye makeup beginners but the hefty price tag is certainly a drawback. I am not sure if all the quads are same in the range and might pick up one more to experiment soon.
- Sleek & attractive packaging.
- Smooth texture with easy blendability & even application.
- The shimmers blends out perfectly post application without any dislocation or fallout.
- The palette 88 is an assortment of 4 beautiful purples giving a nice pop to eyes.
- Average pigmentation. Works better with a primer underneath or when applied wet.
- Slight dryness in the texture with some fall out during application.
- Average wear time even with a primer underneath.
- Expensive looking at the performance of the quad.
The quad is an disappointment especially if you used to some high end brands & also compared to brands like Lakme or Maybelline where they have excellent textures & exceptional pay offs. I would recommend these for makeup beginners where they can play around looking at the weaker pigmentation making it easy to correct the errors.