People at L'Oreal did it again. After introducing us to their new ''revolutionary'' foundation, they managed to make another breathtaking (*coughs*) product - The One Sweep Eyeshadow.
The following section is taken from their website:
''Science Behind the Beauty - The One Sweep Shadow is a breakthrough new way for anyone to get a professional eye shadow look. The unique applicator is shaped to fit the eye and apply three shades in one step to define, color and highlight. It's fast, easy and mistake-proof.''
Really? And here I was thinking I've seen this way of applying eyeshadow before. Oh, what - I have! Avon In A Wink Instant Eyeshadow Sheets and Eye Majic, which works the same way as Avon. Sorry, but I can't say this is a breakthrough product and I really doubt it can give you a professional look. They say the applicator is unique and shaped to fit the eye... What about different eye shapes? Did people at L'Oreal ever hear about wide, close, deep set eyes? What about hooded and prominent lids? Furthermore, if you want a professional look, you should use brushes and not sponge applicators.
This One Sweep thing looks pretty useless if you ask me. The color stripes are very narrow and it's probably impossible to use these eye shadows with brushes. This just doesn't convince me.
What do you think about this product?
Thanks for looking!