The IT palette of the moment? Urban Decay’s newest launch: Naked Heat. And it just launched in Dutch stores. After a bit of a mishap with my order (my palette arrived with two shattered shadows inside), I finally got my hands on it and played around with it over the weekend. Is the Urban Decay Naked Heat eyeshadow palette the must have everybody claims it is?
Urban Decay Naked Heat
Face palettes are quite new additions to my makeup collection. I’ve been curious to try some, but didn’t quite know where to start or what to pick. I heard good things about the cheap and cheerful Freedom palettes. I decided to pick one that seemed to do it all, as that is what I want a face palette to do. I need it to blush, bronze, contour and highlight all in one go. Let’s see how this Freedom Bronze & Baked palette gears up.
Freedom Pro Blush Palette Bronze & Baked
Eyeshadow palettes: my main make up love. I already showed you my full collection earlier this year, but I wanted to do a more in-depth series. This gives me the chance to discuss even some of the older palettes that have become staples in the makeup world. When should you buy which one? What does each palette have to offer? Today, we’re kicking off this series with warm toned neutral palettes. Say hello to Urban Decay’s Naked 1, Too Faced’s Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar, Lorac’s Pro 1 and The Balm’s Nude Tude.
Which warm toned neutral eyeshadow palette should you buy?
A budgetproof eyeshadow palette is always worth looking into and when I spotted Catrice’s revamped version, I wanted to give them a try. I already reviewed The Precious Copper Collection, which had many similar shades to the older Soft Metal eyeshadow palette. Today I’m bringing you the nude version of this palette and am comparing it to the most similar eyeshadow palette of the old Catrice eyeshadow palettes: the Chocolate Nudes eyeshadow palette.
Catrice The Essential Nude Collection eyeshadow palette ReNude My Style
The Balm just released their third and newest eyeshadow palette: Nude Beach and I am way behind and hadn’t even gotten round to reviewing the first one. In a moment of, well better late than never, I decided to still post about this palette that most people are on the fence about. With so many neutral eyeshadow palettes on the market, does this add anything different?
The Balm Nude Tude
Zoeva has brought out a new set of palettes: the Matte and Matte Spectrum and I have heard so little about these. Which is why I took it upon myself to purchase one of the palettes myself and review it for you. I purchased the Zoeva Matte palette as that had the most interesting shades to me and from the few swatches I could find, this seemed to perform the best. Is this Zoeva palette as good at the others ones I reviewed so far in this, this and this blog post?
Zoeva Matte palette
You know I love my Urban Decay eyeshadow and this review is then also long overdue. I’ve had this palette for close to two years but just hadn’t gotten round to writing my thoughts up just yet. And it’s not as if I don’t love this, but it’s one of those palettes that has become such a part of my routine it’s simply a given that it’s there.
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