Editor's Rating & Review
L'Oreal's HiP line consistently proves that good things come in small packages. This double-sided compact is a giant bargain that fits snugly in the palm of your hand. Flip-open caps reveal two intensely pigmented, complementary shadows on one side of the compact and a mirror and two sponge applicators (no brush) on the other side. Color combos with names like Sassy and Saucy go on soft when dry and bold when wet. Left alone, pigments won't budge from lids.
L'Oréal Paris HiP Studio Secrets Professional Concentrated Shadow Duos Reviews
HiP Colors My World!I cannot begin any review without mentioning the fact that I am obsessed with eye shadows. There is nary a brand I haven't tried. HiP grabbed my attention as soon as it appeared on shelves--I was initially impressed by the portable nature of the container and the vivid, flamboyant hues. They are not for the faint-of-heart. L'Oreal HiP shadows are strongly pigmented. They are easy to apply, great for dramatic looks, and stay in place, especially when worn over a good primer. My only objections? The majority of the combinations work beautifully together. But just a few of the hues are too funky, too outrageous. Keep orange and yellow away from your eyes as a chief shade. You'll wind up looking like you have an eye infection rather than appearing to be in style! — 2 months, 2 weeks agoGigiSD | 550 reviews
Best of the Drugstore Brands By Far!I have always found that drugstore brand eye shadows are not very pigmented, are hard to blend, and don't last. BUT...this Loreal Paris HiP Duo is the exception. These have crazy good pigment, are easy to apply, and are surprisingly long-lasting!! I say go for it! — 1 year, 2 months agopowerwoman033 | 509 reviews
Hey Not Bad.I actually like this stuff, NO it's not high intensity... or not SUPER high intensity, but I like the colors! Only I tend to buy collections when I shop so I bought ALL of them, and a few of them look the same so that was a little disappointing. They can be messy though so be careful, keep your make up remover close and do your eyes first if you use this stuff because it can become a mess! — 2 years, 4 months agoBon_Bon | 511 reviews
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