The mixture of different neutrals with a couple of pops of color really drew me to this palette and it has seen a fair bit of use over the past few months, but as you will see in this review I am a little on the fence about it.
Its a very multi season palette with shades that will work well for different times throughout the year as well as different times of the day - lighter shades for the day and darker colors to deepen the crease and outer corner.
As with the majority of MUA shadows pigmentation exceeds the expectations you would have for dirt cheap shadows, and with them being shimmer and metallic finishes blending is super easy for seamless color transition.
I find it really hard to get a complete eye look with this palette, it has some really nice colors to add in to other looks but I struggle to use just these for a look because they seem to all be medium or dark tones and for me they are not different enough to wear together.
However it is really nice to have if you own the basic shades because these shadows are super pretty both on the lid and in the pan and the 3 colors add a really nice pop.
For £4 its really nice to have and a good buy (as with many MUA products) but unlike a lot of palettes it isnt something that I would recomend to begginers with make up because you might be stuck for looks to create, its a nice palette to add in to a well formed collection.
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