Review: Maybelline Colour Tattoo 'On & On Bronze'


Hi dolls! 
I'm totally on a blogging... splurge... shall I call it that I don't know lol but I've really been in the mood to write recently so here I am reviewing yet another amazing product I stumbled across in Boots recently. Now I say recently, but this product has been out and raved about by now I'm just late on the band waggon - behold the famous Maybelline Colour Tattoo 24 Cream Eyeshadow in the most popular shade On & On Bronze. I saw this when it first came out but because I'm was afraid of glittery eyeshadows (simply because I cannot apply glitz onto my eyes without looking like a disco ball) I steered away from it. I was in Boots the other day doing a little shop when I saw this again, swatched it on the back of my hand and thought to myself yes, I will pick this up today because as the months have gone on I've started to get really into glitter - I mean I've tried applying glitter and I still fail miserably but I thought cream eyeshadows are perfect for beginners like myself, its like the easiest way to achieve a eyeshadow look without going wrong.

This states that it lasts for 24 hours, I personally don't ever wear make up for 24 hours or know anyone that does so I can't say that it actually lasts that long but I can definitely say that this has a excellent lasting power but does tend to crease after a few hours. This is literally has 1 step, pop your finger into the pot, dab some onto the eyelid and then literally blend. Keep blending to get your desired look, you could keep the gold looking really glitzy or you could blend really well and make it very subtle and sheer for a everyday look which is what I usually go for. If you did want this to be a little more opaque then I would recommend using a brush, I like to use my Jessup crease brush to do this as it's a flat brush and it's easy to pack on the colour. I love that it doesn't leave any streaks but just makes the eye make up look soft and finished well. Have I mentioned how amazing the consistency of this product is? It's super creamy and literally melts onto my eyelids without me having to tug which is always a plus.

 I think everyone needs one of these Colour Tattoo's and there's a huge range of shades that you can choose from according to your preference, there's also some new matte shades that I've been meaning to pick up as they would make a great everyday base for those of you that prefer the matte look. Oh and I've been told that they are a lot like the MAC ProLong Wear Paint Pots - just much cheaper!
(MAC Paint Pots £15.50 & Maybelline Colour Tattoo £4.99)


  1. I feel like I'm the only person who actually dislikes this :\ I found it so hard to blend properly!

    TR's Thoughts

  2. I need to get my hands on some of these colour tattoos! x
    Hannah | Heyitshannaah

  3. Love the colour tattoos's super long lasting and super easy to apply ^_^


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