theBalm Nude Tude Eye Shadows Palette Review and Swatches
I’ve been really excited about theBalm’s Nude Tude palette, so I was happy to get it to show you all.
This is how the package looks like, it’s very theBalm, retro photo and a cardboard packaging.
There is also a lovely and useful mirror inside. As you may remember, there are two variants of the design inside: naughty and nice. Luckily, I’ve got the naughty one which I absolutely love!
As for the eye shadows, they are wonderful. I did not get a chance to wear all of them ( I though I’d write about it as today you can get it with 40% off) on my eyes yet but I’ve worn at least 8 shades and they all were great. Pigmented, smooth, blendable and long-lasting.
For $36 you get four matte eye shadows (Sultry, Sexy, Serious , Sleek), seven metallic (Sassy, Stubborn, Selfish, Sophisticated, Snobby, Stend-offish, Schitzo) and one glittery eye shadow (Silly).
Often matte shadows can be chalky and badly pigmented but this is not the case in Nude Tude!
I also like that you get such different shades, not only variations of brown and grey but also other colours. I think that it’s an amazing palette to get both for yourself and for your girlfriends as a present. Some of mine actually plan to get it after they saw mine.
Here are the swatches, without any kind of primer. Can you see how gorgeous the colours are? My favourite is Sexy by the way.
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