mac eye shadow palette

It’s been a while since I last blogged, so its about time I sorted that out! Palettes are the most useful products to have in your make up collection. Each palette that’s put together has had so much work put into it. They are perfect for creating so many looks, with colours that all compliment each other!

mac palette

My absolute favourite palette is by MAC, I use it the most out of any palette I own. It’s a warm/neutral palette with 15 shades. It has shimmery and matte shades which I love. It’s got pretty much every colour that’s perfect for everyday! My everyday make up is really natural and 9/10 I always go for browns, golds and pinks. I can also create a smoky eye with this palette, or a stronger evening look! The shadows are really pigmented, and are so smooth they blend seamlessly. There is little to none fall down too! I paid £45 for this, very expensive so I’m glad I like it!

loreal palette

I have a couple of L’Oréal palettes but the one that shines for me that I use the most is ‘La Palette Nude’ in Rose.  I find this palette is complimentary to a pink lip. It has 10 shades, with cool tones. Again, it has shimmer and matte shades. The pigment on these isn’t as strong as the MAC palette but they are easily buildable to the desired effect. I like this palette when I want to achieve a flirty, soft and pretty look. The mauve shade is gorgeous and really makes the green from my eyes pop! This was about £10!

revoltion palette

Revolution Eye Shadow Palette in New-trals vs Neutrals. This next palette I picked up in autumn, as the shades fitted exactly what I wanted. I actually used this throughout winter too! The palette was around £6, so the most affordable palette. For the price, the quality is very high. I find a bit more fall down with these but the pigment is amazing!! If you’re looking for an affordable palette with bold neutral shades, that include a matte burnt orange and a berry red then I recommend this!




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