Thursday, 27 August 2015

Review: Collection Eyes Uncovered Nude Palette.

Mid-week post, waddup? Unfortunately, it's the last week of my summer holidays and the past week has been crazy busy so that's why this post is a lil late!

That being said, it's time for another review and today we are looking at the Collection Eyes Uncovered Nude Palette. Collection is a British makeup brand and I'm not sure how readily available it is around the world but it is sold on Amazon so it shouldn't be too hard to get your hands on.

In the teeny tiny palette that I'm reviewing, you get 6 shadows which are all nude shades (as the name would suggest). The majority of the shadows are shimmery but the two the extreme left and right are pretty much matte 

My first thought when I began using this palette was of the quality of the shadows. Every shade is pigmented, creamy, really blendable (is that even a word??) and surprisingly has very little fallout for a palette that cost just over a fiver! The size of the product also means that it is perfect for travelling.This palette was the only eye shadows i took when I was away from a few weeks back and I didn't feel like there was a gaping  hope in my makeup bag even thought it was missing my trusty Sleek palette which is twice the size. You would think that with only 6 shadows you may be stuck for choice, and I must admit that there isn't a huge variety of looks you can create. However, you can still go from day to night using this palette. If you're like me and mostly only hit up the neutral shades, than this palette is perfect. 

I have only one fault with the product. The packaging. The product feels quite cheap with it's cardboard exterior and a plastic screen, but I'm not complaining if the actual product inside is good enough and it does keep the price down too!

All in all, I love this palette! Whenever I'm in a rush and to look put together, I just grab this and whack on a few shadows and voila! I would totally recommend this to everyone but especially to those who are just beginning to dabble in make up as I think it as I think that it contains all the vital shades to build your collection on and it's also cheap as chips too! There are also other palettes in this range too but being honest, they all seemed quite similar to the original and I wasn't tempted by them at all!

Let me know if you tried this palette in the comments below!

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