Not only is the pretty pink daisy packaging the sweetest thing I've ever seen, but once I saw swatches online, I was sold. The Superfoil eyeshadows are a new wet/dry formula that transform to liquid foil once applied with water. To start with they've released six different duos, with each containing two vibrantly coloured shades. I bought the shadows that I thought looked the most wearable out of the lot, which are still a little daring for me, but obviously that's one of Lime Crime USP's.
The duo's I bought are Tutu/En Pointe, described as a periwinkle purple and a pink toned rose gold, Electric/Barberella, a silvery mauve with a golden pewter, and Malibu/Convertible, a surfer blue and a Cadillac pink. When I first swatched them, I was totally shocked at how pigmented these are it's unreal, and the metallic sheen is insane! The two pink shades En Pointe and Convertible are a little crumbly however, due to how intensely pigmented they are, so do go careful with them if you make a purchase. Whether you're a lover of Lime Crime or not (we all know their company has been involved in a few scandals in the past), you can't deny you don't love it when a brand not only nails the packaging but also delivers with a superior quality product.
I feel like I need to point out the the swatches are all completely dry swatches with no primer or water. Obviously they are marketed as being 'water-activated' so if you thought they couldn't get any better, apply with water and they are even more insane! Priced at £13.80, they are just £6.90 per eyeshadow, which I think is a steal for what you get, especially if you're into your statement shades.
Have you tried the Superfoils yet?