Thursday, 17 October 2013

88 Shade Eyeshadow Palette For Under £5


Eyeshadows have become my new 'thing'. I think every time i've been beauty shopping in the last month I have bought at least one shade or palette. So whilst scrolling through Ebay one night (I always shop online at night for some reason) I saw this palette containing 88 eyeshadows for just £4.99! I did worry about the pigmentation and they staying power but for £4.99 I couldn't leave it behind. This came within about three days of ordering and I love it.


The majority of the colours are shimmers but I tend to wear them more than mattes anyway. And the colours range from mainly neutrals to some darker purple tones and blacky grey colours. The pigmentation is incredible, you hardly need any product to cover your lids and the staying power is pretty good too, I didn't find that the colours creased any more than your average eyeshadows. 


I love the neutral peach shades as a base, they are perfect for covering the lid. The brown shades are lovely lid colours and I'm loving wearing the purpley colours in the crease and outer corners, especially during the Autumn. The top left hand side has the most loveliest highlight colours too, perfect for under the brow bone or the inner corners.

Have you tried this palette before? Do you wear matte or shimmer eyeshadows more?


  1. This is awesome! And the colors are so wearable. No neon greens or oranges! :P

  2. I have a few of these palettes in the different formulas and absolutely love them! Such lovely shadows for such a low price!


    1. They're perfect aren't they! Definitely going to keep my eye out for some more xo

  3. This palette looks amazing!! I have wanted the urban decay naked one for so long but the price is ridiculous! Definitely going to look on ebay for this :) xx

    1. I don't blame you! I'm so tempted by the Urban Decay palette but when you can find ones for this price that are so good I question if it's really worth it xo


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