I can’t tell you how long I have had this palette waiting for me to try. It gets so much love online so of course I was curious. I will just start off by saying that the Blank Canvas brushes are fantastic and such good value for money. They are defiently some of my favourite brushes.
So let’s get started. The palette itself is really sturdy it has a mirror which is a really good size, the palette also comes with a brush. The palette costs €34.99. I bought mine when they had their 30% sale in the New Year. The palette has twelve shadows all warm tones eleven shades are matte and one shimmer which is Goddess. It is a very usable palette and I think plenty of people would get lots of use from it.
So as you can see from the swatches all the colours aren’t crazy pigmented (not always a bad thing), some are really smooth but others are gritty and dry in texture. The shadows also have a bit of fallout so be sure to tap your brush before touching your eyes. I’d say you would be better of leaving your base until after your eyes are done just to leave the clean up easier.
The eyeshadows are really easy to blend. All the colours work well together so no trying to figure out what shades go together. You can create effortless day time looks and then easily smoke it up for a night out. A great palette to bring you from day to night. The shadows last really well I have super oily eyelids so I used my normal eye primers. I have had absolute zero creasing at the end of the day anytime I wore these eyeshadows.
So as I have been putting my makeup kit together the last couple of months the main question I have been asking myself when trying new makeup is it kit worthy? For me I don’t think I will be adding this to my kit for me personally the fallout is just a little too much for clients. I will definitely keep it in my own personal collection though. It’s a great day to day palette when you don’t want to think too much about your makeup look.
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