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New Maybelline Color Tattoo Leather Eyeshadows and Master Brow Pro Palette

Friday, 12 February 2016
I have been waiting sooo long for these Maybelline Color Tattoo Leather eyeshadows to come out here! I even annoyed Maybelline Australia via email about releasing them here about a year ago, I wanted them that much. They came out in the US in July of 2014 (yes, that is 1.5 years ago!) and now we finally have them! To make matters more exciting, Maybelline have also released the Master Brow Pro Palette which includes a brow wax, brow powder and brow bone highlighter.

Maybelline Color Tattoo Leather by EyeStudio $11.95
These were released in the shades Creamy Beige (matte warm light brown), Chocolate Suede (shimmery chocolate brown), Vintage Plum (very cool toned matte purple) and Dramatic Black (matte jet black). We didn't get all the colours the States got, but we only missed out on the matte khaki green shade, Deep Forest, so no big loss. I picked up the shades Creamy Beige and Chocolate Suede.
The formula of these is extremely creamy and I even found the matte Creamy Beige to be even better, creamier and more blendable than the permanent shade Tough as Taupe. The Chocolate Suede isn't as shimmery as Bad to the Bronze either but it gives a nice little bit of luminosity and is a gorgeous shade as you can see from the swatches.
Left to right: Creamy Beige and Chocolate Suede
All in all, I love these just as I expected to. I may still pick up the two other shades but I knew I would get way more use out of these more neutral brown shades. I would highly recommend picking these up, especially if you love the other Color Tattoos. For a bit more of a shade reference, here are the Color Tattoo Leathers swatches with some similar shades from the permanent collection.
Left to right: Tough as Taupe, Creamy Beige, Chocolate Suede and Bad to the Bronze.

Maybelline Master Brow Pro Palette in Deep Brown $18.95
I was so excited to try this one out because Maybelline really hit it out of the park with their last brow release, the Brow Satin Duo. This is a fairly standard looking wax/powder kit with an added brow bone highlighter which most kits don't come with which is a definite bonus.

I do like the compact, simple packaging and it has a really secure clip closure which should be handbag safe. The only minor gripe I do have is the heaps of wasted space in the little brush cavity down the bottom. Why is it so big? It just seems like a lot of wasted space and it really makes it look like they were going to put more little tools in but just forgot. I would have loved if they included a tiny little spoolie! I really liked the wax in this one because it helps to lay the brow hairs right were you wanted and only has a tiny bit of pigment so it isn't overpowering. The powder is good and blends well though I did notice that when I was applying it, it tended to really transfer at the first touch and took a little more finessing. You definitely only want to do tiny taps in the pan to collect product or you will get too much because it is quite soft. The highlighter is very good too and is quite subtle which I really like.
Bare brows.
Brows with Maybelline Master Brow Pro Palette. I also used the two Color Tattoo Leather shadows and Maybelline Lash Sensational. 
Swatches (left to right): Maybelline Master Brow Pro Palette in Deep Brown Wax, Powder and Highlight.
The Maybelline Brow Satin is still my favourite Maybelline brow product because it lets me get a faster brow, but this one is great too and would be a good choice if you prefer a wax/powder duo. As predicted, I absolutely loved the Colour Tattoo Leather shadows. If you see these I would highly recommend picking up the eyeshadows if you love an insanely long lasting cream eyeshadow (who doesn't?) and the Master Brow Pro Palette if you prefer a wax/powder brow product. 

Stay Rosy.
12 comments on "New Maybelline Color Tattoo Leather Eyeshadows and Master Brow Pro Palette"
  1. The eyebrow palette looks amazing, love how it comes with a highlighter!
    Paula | www.namelessgap.blogspot.com

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    1. Me too. I also like that it is a fairly subtle highlighter.

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  2. Ahh I am so tempted with those color tattoo's I love the originals but I have neglected them a bit of late, That chocolate one looks gorgeous :)

    Nicole xx | www.nicolesbeautybabble.com

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    1. Haha do it! I had been neglecting mine a little bit too but this review made me pull out my old ones too and remember how great they were. Bad to the Bronze is still one of my all time favourite eye shadows and I use it quite often.

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  3. Great pics gal! The products look really lovely on your eyes! x

    Katina | www.katinalindaa.com

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  4. Great review! Really makes me want to pick up the new Colour Tattoo's

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    1. Thanks! You really should, especially if you see them on sale. They are so great for the price :)

      Emma

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  5. Bah, stop making me want those Color Tattoos! I love Tough as Taupe and Bad to the Bronze, but that Creamy Beige needs to be mine :) I have too many eyeshadows as it is D: Great review <3

    Kate | themintedblog.com

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    1. HAHA my bad! If you are going to pick up only one shade from the new range I would recommend Creamy Beige. Luckily they aren't very spendy ;)

      Emma

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  6. I can't wait to pick up the Colour Tattoo in Creamy Beige, I swatched it the other day and it didn't budge all day! I also want to get the brow kit and compare it with my Benefit Brow Zings I think :)

    Maddie | www.maddiesbeautyspot.com

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    1. The Color Tattoos are amazing for staying power that is for sure. I have never tried the Benefit Brow Zings but there are so many great drugstore brow kits now that I don't feel the need to. For the longest time the Benefit kit was one of the only ones available so I understood its popularity. Thanks for reading :)

      Emma

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