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Atiqa Odho Cosmetics - First Impression

Odho Cosmetics, a brand owned by renowned TV actress; Atiqa Odho. Their goal is to reach women all over Pakistan with affordable price range & quality products.

To be honest, I never reached to this brand earlier. I'm a person reaches a product that catches the eye because of the classy & clean packaging & later the quality. In my opinion, if the packaging of a certain brand is not appealing enough, I will never try the product - that's me! 

Starting with the packaging of Atiqa Odho Cosmetics, I am not too pleased as I said. The red colored shiny packaging doesn't appeal me. Keeping the color of the packaging aside, it's sturdy. To be honest, some products are great, with good pigmentation. Another con I'd say is, no description of a product on the back of the product, neither ingredients mentioned. It's even harder because they don't come in a box. What I like is the embossed designs on each product. Now, lets move on to the product & their mini review. 

My first impression about the products I received:

1. Compact Powders: I cannot tell much about the staying power because the shades I received are pretty dark and look very sandy & blotchy on me. I was not very pleased with how they look, may be it's the shade or maybe its the product itself.

PKR 450

2. Blush/Contour/Highlighter powders: I received four of them, and had no idea what they are (of course I knew they were blushers). All they have on the back is the shade name, that's it. All of them are pretty pigmented but chalky in texture, applies evenly, buildable & stay put for a good amount of time.
PKR 350

3. Single eye shadows: The best out of the lot. I was surprised to see the amazing quality of the shadows. They are powder shadows, but creamy in texture, soft at touch & highly pigmented. One swipe is all you need for the swatch to show the actual color. The texture actually feels like a cream when you touch it.
PKR 150

For me, eye shadows are the winner, considering the price tag they come with. 

Have you tried any product from Atiqa Odho Cosmetics?


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