I purchased shades Burgundy, Champagne, and Passionate Pink. Without primer they crease and don't last the entire day - especially if you are like me and accidentally rub your eye at least twice a day. With primer both those problems are solved! I love how easy they are to apply. I had a hard time layering them with each other, but enjoyed using the eye crayons by themselves and as a base for glitter eye shadows.
The colors are so pretty and are long lasting! Love love how the colors turned out, super flattering.
I purchased shades Victory, Tribeca, and Prince. I compared these to my $20 Haus liquid eye shadow and my $18 Glossier Lidstar. Formula wise they fell short compared to my other liquid eye shadows. But value wise they come out on top! m2u's liquid eye shadow definitely requires a primer, otherwise it will crease and rub off it you accidentally touch your face. I found the eye shadow difficult to layer and can be patchy as well. Additionally, I had a hard time keeping the eye shadow on my eye lid - there was a lot of fall out. But really, it is hard to go wrong with $4 eye shadow!
Love the golden shift to this pigment! In my experience, it’s best used when applied opaquely for a more glam look, but I prefer to use liquid shadows like these for a more subtle total lid look. It does take some getting used to when blending with liquid shadows for such a look — it can get a bit patchy when you rub it too much. But besides that it’s gonna be a great spring/summer color look!
I prefer there blush sticks and matte lip gloss. I tried the glitter eyeshadow and wasn’t impressed. It didn’t really show up on my lid. I wanted to try the matte colors and maybe those are better... but they have been sold out and wasn’t able to try it