The quality of the shadows does somewhat vary – which I would say is to be expected for the price of £8. The shimmer palettes tend to be better quality than the mattes and some of the shimmers have a bit too much glitter for my taste. But overall, the quality is pretty impressive for £8.
On to the swatcheroonies… a lot to fit on a fairly small arm space I’m afraid, so a little cramped. If there’s any shade you want to see closer up let me know and I’ll add it in.
|The shadows on the left of the palette.|
|The Shadows on the right of the palette.|
I think the golds and bronzes are my favourite, although I’m really impressed by the purple and turquoise/green shades too. The navy and pink from the top right are lovely, very pigmented and the right shimmer/glitter balance. The biggest let down was the mid brown on the bottom row, on the left of the purple – it was just a nothing shade. At best this could be a brow filler for people with paler brows, but it will do pretty much nothing as an eyeshadow. Also, the purple shade next to it – look at it in the pan and then swatched, they don’t look even close to the same colour. Kind of a shame as in the pan it looked like an exciting shade.
Have you been lured in by the temptation of the immaculate palette yet?? At £8…you know you want to!
Available from Superdug.