Review and Swatches: MeMeMe Goddess Eyes

MeMeMe is an UK cosmetics brand that is also available in Slovenia at Moja drogerija. Some time ago I received an Eye Inspired Baked Eyeshadow quarto palette Goddess Eyes and a Flawless Finish Cream foundation Beige Blush from MeMeMe for review purposes. Without expecting much from them both products turned to be quite good; with the exception that foundation is way too dark for me. The review of foundation will be posted another day, today I want to talk about eyeshadow palette, which quickly became one of my most used and favourite palettes in the past month and a half.

MeMeMe trio and quatro palettes are packed in a round plastic black matte packaging with a transparent lid, which can be convenient because that way you can see the shades that are in the palette. What actually bothers me by this packaging is that eyeshadows aren’t separated. For people who like to mix different eyeshadows this can be a good thing, but I’d prefer if each eyeshadow would be in its own pan. 

Goddess Eyes contains four eyeshadows in vanilla, dark brown, golden-brown and golden shades. All eyeshadows are shimmery and great pigmented. These are baked eyeshadows, which means that they can be used dry or wet, but I prefer using them dry since they have very good colour payoff. They do fall out when I apply them on lids, but because a lot of eyeshadows I use tend to fall out, I’m so used to it that I don’t have a problem with that anymore. I just use a makeup wipe to remove everything that felt on my cheeks. 

Eyeshadows blend very well and luckily the shades are different enough that they don’t look the same once I blend them on my lids (I had that experience with trio palette Sultry eyes). My favourite eyeshadows from this palette are vanilla and golden-brown shades, which I like to use in inner corner of my eyes and on lids, because they open up my eye look and make my small eyes look bigger. I didn’t have any problems with creasing and they lasted a whole day with minimal fading away.

Goddess Eyes is available at MeMeMe for £6.50 and Moja drogerija for 9,84 €. The palette contains 4 g of product. I'm very satisfied with it, since all eyeshadows have great colour payoff and last a whole day on my lids. I also like the combination of the shades, which makes a palette Goddess Eyes perfect for everyday use. Because the packaging is very small you can also wear it with you when traveling. If you have big collection of different mono eyeshadows and eyeshadow palettes, you probably don’t need it, because it’s possible you already have similar shades, except if you’re a collector, then go for it because you won’t regret a purchase. But if you’re only starting with makeup I think it’s going to be a perfect palette for you. I personally think it’s a nice addition to my collection and I’ll happily use it on my eyes in the future as well.

Have you tried Mememe eyeshadows? What do you think of this palette? Thank you for reading! 
*This product was sent to me for review purposes.