Friday, 3 June 2016

Three Favourite Neutral Palettes

I have a pretty decent collection of eyeshadow palettes at this point with most of them being neutral ones. I try and make sure that I use them all and having them to hand definitely helps me to do that. I do still have my favourites so I thought I would share those and the ones I would recommend the most. 
Three Favourite Neutral Palettes
Urban Decay Naked Palette
Urban Decay Naked Palette - £38.50 - Getting this palette was a big deal for me as it was the first more expensive palette I bought. It was a purchase I really thought about and one i'm still happy with. It was one of the first, best neutral palettes and I still think it is one of the best. It has two matte shades which work really well with the other shadows. I like how there's a decent amount of paler shades and some more interesting, plum and golden darker shades. This palette is one where you can definitely get a lot of looks out of; day or evening and be the only palette you need. The quality of the shadows are really good as they're creamy and blendable. They also show up well on the lids and last all day. The palette also comes with a decent brush which is double ended. 
Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette
Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette - £39.00 - This is another expensive palette which has been duped but I don't think the cheaper version compare to the quality of these shadows as they are extremely soft and apply so nicely onto the lids. I love this palette as it has a more unique mixture of shades yet they are still neutrals. The application of theses is amazing and they look lovely on. The palette smells of chocolate but I haven't found that to irritate the skin. The packaging isn't the most sturdy and the tin is easily damaged so for that reason I don't travel with it. That is the only downside as well as the fact you don't get anything else with the palette. 
Makeup Revolution Salvation Iconic 1 Pro Palette
Makeup Revolution Salvation Iconic Pro 1 Palette - £6.00 - Ending on a cheaper option which you get an equal amount of matte and shimmer shades that work well paired together. This is a palette I travel with as there is a nice mix of shades to make day and evening looks. The quality definitely isn't as creamy but you can still get some nice looks and shades to show true on the skin. If you are wanting a good neutral palette on a budget I would recommend this one and Makeup Revolution in general as they have a great range to choose from. 
Three Favourite Neutral Palettes
My favourite palettes definitely do seem to be the more expensive ones I own as I have definitely found there to be a difference in the softness of the shadows and the quality of them. I have the Naked 2 palette as well but I do find I reach for the original one the most and it is still a palette I travel with if I want to have a good mix of shades with me. 

What are some of your favourite neutral palettes? What brand makes your favourite neutral palettes?

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