Saturday, July 7

Soap & Glory Lid Stuff What's Nude? Palette

As you can see, this palette gets a lot of love from me! I've had it for a while now and forget how much I love it. For £10 from Soap & Glory, this natural eye shadow palette contains four shades, 1.5g each. The colours are Vanilla (matte), Pink T (matte), Mudhoney (matte) and Aubersheen (metallic). 

The white isn't very pigmented, I have used it for a subtle highlight but I much prefer the lightest shade in my Naked Palette. However, it is matte and therefore great for using in the inner corner. The pinky shade is difficult to use, I've never been a fan of pink eyeshadows but if you wash this all over the lid and then blend another colour out, it looks really nice. The brow 'Mudhoney' is my favourite as I use it on my eyebrows every single day! I haven't found a colour that matches me as well as this and I've hit pan now, boo! Finally, the 'Aubersheen' is gorgeous. It almost reminds me of MAC Satin Taupe. 

The packaging is really sturdy. The plastic lid hasn't cracked or broken. I've had mine for months and the writing is only just starting to wear. I love the clear lid too as I can see what colours I have. Other brands should start doing this to be honest!

The pigmentation of these aren't quite as good as Urban Decay Naked Palette, but for £2.50 each (baring in mind MAC single eye shadows are £9!), the palette is definitely worth the money. Although it claims '8 hour wear', I do use Urban Decay Primer Potion as I don't believe they last this long. I can throw it in my bag for touch ups or if I'm staying away for one night, I can create a nice look.

Overall, I love this and would recommend to anyone. Really impressed with Soap & Glory's whole make up line, they've done a really good job since launching in October 2011.

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