Tag: nude eye shadow palette
It’s time for September favourites! And some of the products you see over, and over again, but I just can’t help it, as I love them very much.
You know how much I love my blushes. But if I could keep only one – that’d probably be BECCA’s Cream Blush in Amaryllis. That says it all, and the photo shows how much I love it.
When I need a very long lasting blush which I can also use on the lips (and it’s a must have for bridal makeup) – BECCA got it covered, too. Their Beach Tints are spot on! I have been loving in Grapefruit shade a lot.
I am not a powder person at all, but I have been experimenting with Rouge Bunny Rouge’s Flawless face Powder Precious Velvet in Piano Forte a lot lately and love the results, it’s a weightless product which gives a beautiful and natural polished finish.
This month I have
Can you guess what I’ve got? Well, I guess you can if you’ve read the name of this post 😉 I wanted to write something like “I’ve got Naked or similar” but I don’t want to attract any perverts.
So yes… I’ve got myself a Naked palette!
I do a lot of makeovers in my free time both for weddings, special occasions and just for my friends so I though it would save a lot of space in my kit. And yes, let me tell you, it’s a great palette to have with you. Plus a lot of girls love it and some are even asking if I have the Naked palette.
See what I mean? And how gorgeous is my model, right?!
Today I would love to tell you about one of my favourite palettes which I’ve been using a lot. And it is Too Faced Natural Eye Palette which is a collection of neutral eye shadows.
Too Faced also has a Smoky and Naked Eyes palettes but I like this one the best and this is how it looks like.
You get 9 neutral eye shadows with different textures, eyeshadow brush and 3 eye charts which give you the idea of how you can use the shadows. Although there are many more ways to do it.
So here are the eye charts and I’ve tried them all and have to say that the final looks are beautiful and, what is important, you can never go wrong with neutral shades.
And this is the close-up of the shadows.