I have had this eyeshadow trio for a while now and I have mentioned it a fair amount on my blog but I have not written a review on it. Today I thought I would review it for you.
The packaging is really simple, it comes in a black plastic compact which has a large mirror inside. The packaging is very sleek which makes it ideal for travelling as it takes up little space in a makeup bag.
Being a trio it comes with 3 shades, all of the shades are shimmery colours. There is a brown, pink and a cream colour. You can create a variety of different looks with this trio. I like to apply the pink shade all over my lid, the brown in the crease and the cream shade in the inner corner. To apply these shadows I use the Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush to apply the colours to my lid and crease and I use the Real Techniques Essential Crease Brush.
The formula of these shadows is really good, they are all shimmery shades but there is little fallout. The shadows are really pigmented and long lasting.
The trios from Bellapierre cost £22 which in my opinion is a lot of money however Bellapierre is a mineral makeup brand and it uses natural ingredients which is why it is quite expensive. I got this in a set from TK Maxx, the set was the Travel Essentials which costs £50 and I believe I got it for £15 or £20.
Overall I do really like this trio and I use it a lot but I am not sure whether I would pay £22 for it as to me that is a lot of money. You can get the Naked Palettes for £10 more and they come with 12 shades.