Today, I have the Fergie Glamour-Eyes Eye Kit (For Your Glam Side) to show you.
This kit contains an eyeshadow quad, pencil eyeliner, liquid eyeliner, mascara, and two brushes. Inside the kit is an illustrated step-by-step guide to “Get the Look”, but I personally don’t like the placement of certain colors. The eyeshadow brush feels soft, but the shape is not ideal for eyeshadow application. To my surprise, I actually like the eyelash comb, and I will continue to use it.
The eyeshadow quad is perfect if you want a metallic smokey eye.
It has a sparkly white, shimmery gold, shimmery silver, and a very pigmented black with silver sparkle. These eyeshadows are soft, smooth, well pigmented, and easy to blend.
There is a shimmery bronze eyeliner included in this kit.
I think this particular eyeliner is nice and goes well with the eyeshadows. It is well pigmented, goes on smoothly without tugging, and lasts all day on me.
This kit also came with a Wet n Wild Mega Liner in Black Glitter.
The glitter is subtle enough that I can wear it to work. It is not as opaque as the Black Mega Liner in the Ferga-Vicious Eye Kit, and it tends to flake off after a couple of hours if you put too many layers on.
The mascara in this kit had already dried out too. I used to have a full-size of this mascara, and it did not really do much for my lashes, and it also dried out quickly, so I cannot recommend this mascara nor will I repurchase this in the future.
Overall, I like this kit better than the first one I reviewed. The eyeshadows in this kit definitely performed better. I did not like the liquid eyeliner, but I think the pencil eyeliner was pretty good. I would’ve been just fine without the mascara and brushes because after purchasing both kits (Ferga-Vicious and Glamour-Eyes), I ended up with 2 dried-out mascaras and 2 eyeshadow brushes that I will never use.
The price says $9.99, but it scanned as $7.99 for me. I don’t know if the lower price was an error or not, but I would not pay $9.99 for this kit, seeing as how I won’t use the included mascara and eyeshadow brush. $7.99 seems like a good price, but I would’ve liked to see this for around $5.99 for the whole kit for it to be considered a bargain.
Disclosure: The products featured in the review have been purchased by me. All opinions are honest and my own.