I inherited these two Cargo eyeshadows from my mother. She bought them a few years ago on a trip (my mother was always quite trendy that way) and for a couple of years they have been residing in my drawers.
I must confess that this has been the first Cargo product that I have tried, and I have really liked the quality of the formula.
Unfortunately, as with previous items, the fact that you cannot see the colour without opening the tins means that I forgot about them and did not reach for them. Thus they sat unloved in my drawers.
The two shades I own are:
- Fiji is a beautiful taupe that leans to plum. It is quite similar to Satin Taupe, but creamier and more pigmented, which is quite unfortunate as I am letting Fiji go.
- Cocoa Beach is a matte medium-dark cool toned brown. I look back in time and I cringe, as I used to do my brows with this dark shade. Not anymore, I have fortunately moved onto more appropriate products and shades.
Cargo’s eyeshadows come inside small flat tins and contain 3.5g, so they are quite generously sized. I would love to have these in pan form or in a container that I could depot.
2 thoughts on “Bye byes: Cargo eyeshadows”
Those tins are cute! But yeah, not very practical. It can be frustrating not to be able to see the colours without opening them.
I know, right? I guess that if you are a very minimalist person and you only have a few colours it is not a problem, but if you treasure all kinds of colours like me it can be quite frustrating