Here's the second part of my review for the L'Oreal Infallible Eyeshadows. (The first part with Iced Latte, Eternal Sunshine, Amber Rush, and Bronzed Taupe can be viewed here.) This review will include Golden Sage, Infinite Sky, Perpetual Purple, and Midnight Blue.
L'Oreal Golden Sage Infallible Eye Shadow:
Golden Sage is a frosty sage green with a golden sheen.
L'Oreal Infinite Sky Infallible Eye Shadow:
Infinite Sky is a frosty light blue with a silver sheen.
L'Oreal Perpetual Purple Infallible 24 HR Eye Shadow:
Perpetual Purple is a rich purple with blue and violet shimmer.
L'Oreal Midnight Blue Infallible Eye Shadow:
Midnight Blue is a frosty navy blue with a black base.
These are like loosely pressed pigment eyeshadows, which can be applied wet or dry. As you can see, the colors are incredibly pigmented. (These were all swatched dry without a primer using my fingertip.) The texture feels rich and creamy. They glide on smoothly and blend easily. I've worn these alone as an eyeshadow (no primer), and I got a good 10+ hours of wear out of them with very minimal creasing and fading. (I have oily lids.)
Overall, I am very impressed with the quality, and I am very happy with the shades I got. My personal favorites here are Golden Sage and Perpetual Purple. I plan to buy the ones I don't have because these are just amazing. I don't have Armani Eyes to Kill yet, so I can't say if they are comparable dupes, but these are definitely worth checking out.
Have you tried these yet? If so, how do you like them?
Disclosure: The products featured in the review have been purchased by me. All opinions are honest and completely mine.