I’ve been wanting to talk about this for a while now, but I’ve been doing other things and never really came to this. But it’s a Saturday night (and no, this will not be posted on Saturday) and I have time and decided to write this shit like it’s supposed to be written. So let’s start!
It looks like this (right now I was looking trough google pictures to find one pretty enough for my blog and found one with names of the shadows and realised that I wouldn’t have to write “the brown in the left corner” and so on if I’ve only found this picture before and now I really hate my life and Google):
The shadows are super pigmented and you can create beautiful looks with them. I personally love them because they stay where you apply them, because some shadows are really not that good and then leave, like, shadow dust (wow that sounds creepy) on the apples of your cheeks and if you’ve already done your skin that can be very, very annoying – if you’ve ever done your makeup you know what I’m talking about.
What I also love with this palette is that the pinks and the browns go together perfectly, because some days I want to have that pink BOOM on my eyes but don’t really want to go all pink so I’ll just add a dash of it and it’ll go perfectly with that otherwise brown kind of natural look.
Also, it depends on what shade you use, but you can really do the “I’m not wearing any makeup at all” look with the lighter shades of brown, which would be… wait…
…flaw, nutmeg, cool and sand).
My favourite shades are antique, warm, leather and shell, but I’ve used the flaw so much you can already see the bottom of the palette. I also love the carbon very much because I usually set my eyeliner with it and it stays on, I am not kidding, all day.
Over all, I would recommend this palette to anyone – a makeup pro or a starter.
I hope you liked this post. If you have any recommendations or requests on what products to try in the future, feel free to leave it in the comment section below.
Have a lovely day,