Revlon Color Stay Eyeshadows Quads claim to be 16 hour wear eyeshadows that are silky, expressive and blendable. They claim that it won't crease, smudge or transfer or irritate. They are £7.99 a quad, and have 4 complementary shades that can be mixed and matched to create a number of eye looks.
'Decadent' gives you a light sparkly white pink shade, a dusty rose pink, a light gold shimmer shade and a semi-matte dark brown. They aren't that pigmented, except for the dark brown.
I was expect something more from Revlon because the brand, especially with the Color Stay line, rarely fail to impress. These did, unfortunately. The gold and pink sparkly shade are prone to fall out, and really need something under then to make stand out.
Despite the lack of colour pay off the rest of the formula is really great. The shadows are blendable, smooth and long lasting. These do live up to the Color Stay name and the don't budge all day. They don't crease on me, and they don't irritate my eyes either.
The packaging is pretty standard for drugstore products. It's a black palette with a clear window that enables you to see the shadows. It's nothing that impressive, but it works for men and if I want fancy packaging I'll reach for something from Estee Lauder or something like that.
Overall I would say that you can find better eyeshadows for the price. They are nice, but if you want good colour pay off try the MUA singles which are only £1 a go, or try something from the Maybelline Eye Studio Quad range.
You can pick these up in Boots and Superdrug or online here for just £7.99 a palette.