⇢ Fixing Eyelid Primer (
The fixing eye shadow primer comes in a very petite tub (7ml) however you really don't need a lot. In fact I used it with the eye shadow quad (below) only once to give it a try and since the eye shadow quality is pretty damn good, you don't actually need to use a primer at all. At least my eye lids didn't need it (they tend to be a little dry - for comparison). It is a good little primer though so I shall be using it to fix some slightly more powdery eye products!
⇢ Quad eye shadow sumptuous colour palette in Brilliant Green (wet & dry) (
The prettiest eye shadow palette I've seen in a while! Okay, I admit - I'm sucker for golden packaging (Jane Iredale, Joan Collins and the likes), however this palette would be ace even if it didn't come in such a pretty case. I've been looking for a forest green quad for pretty much over a year - yeah, you're right, I was waiting for Clarins to come out with something slightly more exciting than their Autumn quad which had just one green shade in it - booo! And this is it. It comes with 3 different (and all wearable) shades of green and a greigy taupe with a hint of champagne. You can use these in a similar way you'd use the Clarins quads - either dry with a dry brush or you can spray your brush with a little bit of fixing spray and use the shadows wet for more intense colour pay off. Da bomb!
⇢ Intense Kajal 100% (
I'm not gonna lie, I'm a felt tip eyeliner girl. Or a liquid one if it comes to it. Pencils and kajals just don't cut it for me. The only time I would use a kajal eyeliner is for a very dramatic smokey eye - if that's something you wear a lot, maybe for a night out, then this would be a good little liner for you to pick up!
⇢ Mascara Volume Vertige (
Again, I'm terribly picky with my mascaras. Terribly. So far the only non-Eyeko mascaras which I've truly enjoyed were Clinique, Revlon and surprise surprise - Yves Rocher. In the past I had their Lash Plumping Mascara which was great for volume. The Volume Vertige mascara on the other hand I feel is more for a natural look with a bit of lengthening effect. It doesn't flake and doesn't budge and thanks God - you can take it off without ripping half of your eye lashes out which tends to be the bane of good mascaras!
Overall, Yves Rocher make-up is definitely one to explore a little more. For more products and more Frenchness go over to the official Yves Rocher website.
Have you tried anything from the Yves Rocher make-up range?
Have you seen a green eye shadow quad done by any other brand?