When the original Urban Decay Naked Palette first burst on to the beauty scene in 2010, it was hard to imagine that 7yr later people were still going mad over the curated selection of shadows and the spins offs to the Naked line.
I have the original Naked Palette and I can’t even remember the last time I used it so I have missed out on most of the hype…. until now.
The Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette is a thing of utter beauty.
When bloggers and beauty lovers alike rave about a product, you know it’s got to be worth checking out, right?
On a recent shopping trip, I finally found some stock of the Make Up Revolution 32 Shade Eyeshadow Palette in Flawless (£8) which seems to be like hens teeth right now – RARE.
Have you ever bought something and thought you’d save it for a special occasion and then down the line you find it and realise you’ve forgotten all about it?
That’s what happened to me and MAC Snowglobe!
The Max Factor Excess Shimmer Eyeshadows (£7.99) are a creamy dose of high pigmentation that last all day.
Perfect for the summer, these whipped creams are cooling on the lid and when used as a base, they prevent creasing. You can apply with your fingers or a brush which comes in handy for travel and those all important festival make up looks!
Crystal is a shimmery white that can even add a little bit of sparkle when used in a smokey eye, while Copper is perfect for wearing along or under neutral shadows.