Sadly NYX still doesn't deliver to Australia! I purchased mine though Joys cosmetics on eBay. Joy's cosmetics is an awesome eBay store with just about any NYX product you could want, she is super efficient with items often shipping out the day of payment or the next day and typically take 1 week to reach me in Sydney. I believe I paid around $14USD for the whole set with approx $6USD shipping.
The NYX eye bases come in small white lidded pots that contain 7 gms of product ( it doesn't sound much but even with daily use 7gms will last an insane length of time) they have the NYX logo and the product type printed on the top and the product names on the sides along with the claim that they will give 100x more vivid colour, each finish has a different code number on it. In the set there is Pearl - code ESB02 which is a sheer white with tons of shimmer. The Matte - code ESB01 which is a really solid matte white, no shimmer or glitter at all and Natural - code ESB03- which is a Neutral nude colour with a slight sheen to it.
Onto the individual pots.
Pearl - shimmery slightly sheer white - Feels and looks a bit oily on the skin, this might not be a good choice for anyone with oily lids, it would probably slide around a little.
|left to right, Natural, Matte, Pearl|
I swatched a Chi-Chi pressed shadow in showgirl first on my wrist first with no base, this is the one.
Next photo 4pm, after doing housework, picking children up from school etc, etc. As you can see the colours have dulled dramatically, but in all fairness an arm does get a lot more use than your eyelids do and I had a long sleeve jacket on outside when picking the children up.
At 9pm that night I could still slightly see the swatch that was placed over the natural base, so it appears that the natural base lasts longest on my skin, having said that arms are different to eyelids and I usually get a good 10 hours no creasing out of all the bases, when wearing them as intended.
They are a good budget product and if I have to purchase only one from the range it would be a toss up between the Matte and Natural, and I think realistically the deciding factor would have to be which colour you prefer to start your application over, Natural or white!
Happy Base hunting beauties :)