Ever since Stila launched their Magnificent Metals Glitter and Glow Eyeshadows, I feel like every brand both drugstore and highend are launching their own interpretation of liquid glitter eyeshadows. I absolutely love the Stila Glitters but at £24 per shade, they are pretty pricey so I love trying more affordable shadows in the hope that I can find a decent dupe. So far the best Glitter and Glow dupe have been the Heng Fang Glitters which are £1.50 each, but I really liked the Lottie London Eye Foils and I featured their original four shades here.
Following the success of the original four shades, there are now four new Lottie London Eye Foils and I bought three of the four shades. Lottie London used to be available on the Superdrug website but it appears they’ve now been discontinued and are now stocked at ASOS and Lottie London directly, but I managed to buy my shades for just £2.47 each, but at full price they’re £4.95 each.
“Take your shadow game to the next level with Lottie London’s Eye Foil. Featuring a range of iridescent duo-chrome shimmer toppers and OTT glitters, these can be applied over any eye look for a foiled finish in a flash.“
Vegan-friendly (except for Savage)
The three new Lottie London Eye Foils shades I chose were; Shady, Too Much and Feels. There is also Sell Out but I didn’t fancy that one as it looked so similar to Fire. All three of these new shades are quite sheer compared to the original shades; Savage, Faded, Fire and Denied which were a lot more opaque. These three Lottie London Eye Foils are more iridescent and sparkly in comparison, but that’s what makes me love them more than the original shade lineup.
Shady is metallic peach with a pink duochrome. Too Much is really hard to describe but it has a deep purple base with silver, purple and blue sparkle. Feels is the most iridescent shade from the trio and has a white shimmery base with lots of white sparkle.
Due to how sheer these three shades are, you do have to build them up with a couple of layers – these swatches are three layers, or wear them layered over a powder shadow. I think they’re really pretty for £5 each, and they’re much better and more unique than the Revolution Eye Glistens which stain your lids for three days. The formula is a little similar to the Pixi Fairy Lights liquid glitters too, so if you like them or the Stila glitters, I think you’ll like these.
I’d love to know if you’ve tried any of the Lottie London Eye Foils so far? Which of these new shades is your favourite?
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