MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette Volume 1 - Nudes Nudes You Need 9 x 0.06 oz
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While the magnetic box has kept in tact (and I don't travel with it much), I do wish that it was a proper box palette that could be snapped shut.
Among the over-saturated neutral palettes in todays cosmetics this is likely the one only worth the cost as all of the shades perform excellently in quality and across skin tones.
One last comment, if you have purchased the earlier limited edition "Give In To Me" 50 Shades of Grey Promotional kit you will already own 2 of the eyeshadows in the palette, personally I didn't realize this until after I purchased it but after some reflection I realized I don't mind but if this is a concern for you then you may want to reconsider.
The colour selection itself is very slim. There are absolutely no matte shades. The top three, light shades are quite sheer. Great as highlight for your brow bone or cheeks. The pigment of the rest of the shadows are pretty consistent. The packaging is nice, and the mirror is impressive. Overall, decent palette, but not for somebody who isn't into dramatic, shimmery looks.
Pros: Good pigment, good packaging, nice amount of shadow
Cons: No matte shades
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