Each loose powder in the 'Dip and Define' range is "enhanced with metallic flecks giving a pop of intense colour with shimmering undertones. With an innovate spring applicator, Dip and Define allows for precise and intense coverage making this eye powder a real gem."
Now I'm not going to lie; these were a pain to use. Eyeshadow pigments are never easy to work with and these were no different. Their 'innovative' dip applicator just made for more mess as it almost 'pinged' out of the container upon each use causing, quite frankly, a blimming great mess.
From left to right: Cloud 9, Cosmic Copper, Khaki Gold, Rough Diamond, Damson Dust and Deep Cornflower
The packaging, on the other hand, is lovely. The shadows have an Urban Decay feel about them, shiny and sleek with silver lids.
Once on the eyelid, the shadows were easy to blend and soft to the touch but they didn't give the 'intense colour' they promised on the Miners press release. If you're looking for a cheap and cheerful product that gives a subtle shimmer to your eyelids though, these are great.
They come in six shades (I found the copper shade - Cosmic Copper - to be the most pigmented) and are just £3.49 each.
Have you tried Miners pigments? What do you think?
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FTC Disclaimer: These eye shadows were sent to me for review consideration. I am not affiliated with the company, neither was I paid to submit this review. All opinions are 100% honest, as always.