Customer Reviews for Stila Road to Radiance - US Road Trip
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Stila Road to Radiance - US Road Trip
Follow the Stila Girl around the world with each collectable palette. A $65 Value
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Stila Road to Radiance - US Road Trip Reviews
Stila Road to Radiance - US Road Trip Review #1
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Pros: long lasting, good coverage, easy to remove
Ease of Use
Age Group:Under 25
Nice Product to have in your purse
-December 27, 2010
I'm a Stila fan. I bought this palette because I really wanted this color of the convertible color, but it surprised me. The eyeshadows are very pigmented and they are beautuful.
The mirror inside the palette is awesome to have in your purse and the size of this palette, 11,5cm x 6,5cm is perfect.
I loved it. I also bought the Pretty in Paris and loved too.
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Stila Road to Radiance - US Road Trip Review #2
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What a bargain!
-October 20, 2010
At the bargain price of $10, any complaints seek a little unfair with this palette, but Stila sets such a high standard with its eyeshadows and convertible colors, it's hard not to compare.
Granted, the quality of the eyeshadows isn't as good as Stila's regular line, but the darker shade (City Chick) in particular is stunning, both as a liner and crease color. I'm not a fan of the pink shade, Valley Girl, but you can put together a gorgeous look without this colour.
The convertible color, Hibisucus, is a gorgeous soft pink shade. Stila are referring to the CCs in these palettes as being a blush/lip balm, and the difference in texture to the regular CCs match that description as they are sheerer and don't have as much pigmentation, or the staying power.
If you've got a medium to dark complexion you may find the colours don't show up too well on you, but for us fair skinned girls, the overall look is beautiful and really wearable.
I'm not a fan of the 'back story' of these palettes - it's a bit gimmicky and 'junior' for my liking, but it's possible with this low price point that Stila is trying to get into younger markets.