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Shopping at Target is probably one of my guiltiest pleasures. I don’t think there is a week that goes by that I don’t stop in for something and leave with a shopping cart full of stuff. One of my favorite parts of my shopping trip is stopping by their beauty department, thanks to all the high-end brands you can find there. So it’s rare that some kind of makeup or beauty product doesn’t get added to my cart.
I was super excited when I got the job to review NP Set eyeshadow duos by Napoleon Perdis ($10). Napoleon Perdis is one of my favorite Target makeup finds. I first discovered this brand when I picked up a lipgloss on a random whim. Since then, I’ve tried several NP products and I’ve been more than impressed with the professional quality. At $10 a duo, these won’t break the bank.
The eye shadow duos come in six shade combinations, each named after a tropical island.
Antigua – rich brown shimmer and dark nude matte
Saint Croix – shimmering dirty purple and light pink
Saint Lucia – matte medium brown and light gold shimmer
Saint Barts – shimmering apricot with a slightly blue cast and bronze gold
Martinique – shimmering bright smoky purple and white gold
Barbados – medium bronze brown and rich orange gold
Here’s a closer look at them…
The shadows are very rich in pigment, go on smoothly and blend easily. I tested two duos, St. Croix, a gorgeous duo of a pearly pink and shimmery grayish plum, and Antigua, a dark shimmering brown and medium brownish pink matte. Both duos are complimentary to each other and can be mixed and worn together for even more color combinations.
• Easily found at Target.
• Professional quality.
• Rich in pigment.
• Blend easily.
• Available in mostly neutral shades.
• A bit pricier than most drug store brands.
The next time you find yourself on a shopping trip at Target, check out the NP Set duos and all that Napoleon Perdis has to offer. You won’t be sorry!
we heartsters and testers, did the NP Set duos sweep you away?
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