The Beauty Detox: Single Eyeshadows

I have master-enabler Anna and a few friends to blame for my sudden urge to downsize all the beauty things. Let's be real, I have one face and there is no way this face needs multiple eyeshadows, lipsticks and vice versa. The rules? Anything remotely similar had to go. This forced me to really think about which formulas were the best. I also took into account what I actually used regularly enough to justify keeping as well as whether or not products had gone off, or just weren't that great to begin with. To kick things off I'm going to start with single eyeshadows, the area where I had a lot of similar colours and formulas. Rather than review them all for you, which I am pretty sure has been done for virtually every colour in this post, I am going to leave links to posts I have done. Anyway, here's what survived the shadow purge...

The Creams: MAC Groundwork Paint Pot*, MAC Foiled Eyeshadow in Joy Toy, limited edition.   Colourpop Shadow in La La. The Powder:  L'Oreal Infallible Eyeshadow in Amber Rush

The Powders: MAC Extra Dimension Eyeshadow in Lorelei, limited edition. A range of these shadows has been made permanent though, more here. Milani Gel Powder Eyeshadows.

The Creams: MAC Paint Pot in Eclair, limited edition. This is similar. Charlotte Tilbury Eyes to Mesmerise in Bette. Australis Metallix Eyeshadows.

-Have you done a beauty cull? What are your tips and tricks for making it successful?

*PR Sample

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