Lord & Berry Seta Eyeshadows Review

Since becoming a beauty blogger I have not only continued my lipstick collection but have developed a massive love for eyeshadows. It doesn't matter what brand, what formula or what finish, I love them. When Lord & Berry released their Seta and Seta Premiere individual eyeshadows* I fell in love. At £12 each I was interested to see whether they'd be worth the price and if they could replace my love for Mac individual shadows.

The individual Seta eyeshadows promise to have a silk effect as they're soft in formulation. With 74 shades available you can make up around three Z-Palettes with them if you depotted them, or you could fill 3-4 Muji storage drawers with them, which shows how many different colour combinations you can explore. The shadows are said to be long lasting due to micronized raw minerals in the ingredients and they aren't tested on animals. I have the shades Amber (bronze) , Mocha (medium brown) and Matrix (a dark brown/black) which can all be worn together if you wish. I have to say they are quite easy to blend and did last long when I used my trust Benefit Stay Don't Stray underneath. 

The other type of eyeshadow is the Seta Premiere which I have in Scene which is like a white-blue with shimmer to it. Although the Premiere version isn't more expensive they do come in matte (talc-free), frost and iridescent finishes. They're paraben free and have a really good colour payoff, especially when you're applying a white shadow. Normally with white shadows you expect to have to really layer them up to build up the pigment but Scene is quite good with just one application (using my index finger, not a brush). The 'mineral dust' inside the product prevents the shadow feel too claggy and thick. 

Overall using all four shades together makes a beautiful Autumn inspired look which I absolutely love. My favourite shade just has to be Amber especially on the lid and using Mocha in the crease, Matrix in the outer v and Scene as a base and in the inner corner. Amber is a good colour to use on the waterline too and under the lower lashes to make blue eyes like mine 'pop'. If you're looking to buy the Lord & Berry Seta Eyeshadows you can buy them from Boots, Asos and other online stores.



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