I’m such a sucker for a shimmer shade, so these are the colours I instantly reach for, whether it’s for a daytime or night time look. They blend together so beautifully, so it’s really easy to create a multidimensional, dramatic look. If you’re a bit scared of a heavy smoky eye, why not create one with more natural colours?
As Christmas is coming up, it’s a perfect time to pop this little beauty onto your list, ready to post to Santa. I use this palette practically every time I use make-up, and haven’t regretted parting with my money once. To help you with your decision, I’ve compiled a little list of this palettes multiple uses:
Highlighters: virgin, sin, toasted
Liners: darkhorse, hustle, creep
Eyebrow fillers: buck, hustle
Still undecided? Who doesn’t love creating a pros and cons list?
Pros: Comes with additional primer and eyeshadow brush. The palette comes with a range of colours, which is great for those who like to wear neutral colours. The shades are highly pigmented with little fallout, letting the user easily blend colours to create a range of looks.
Cons: Palette is expensive for a student budget. Colours can easily be found in eyeshadow singles by high street make-up brands. Those who don’t like shimmer colours will be disappointed with the high amount of them.
Have you been tempted by The Naked Palette?