W7 In The Buff: Lightly Toasted Natural Nudes Eye Colour Palette

W7 In The Buff: Lightly Toasted Natural Nudes Eye Colour Palette

The latest addition to my neutral palette family comes in the form of the W7 In The Buff: Lightly Toasted Natural Nudes. Neutral shades are my go to eyeshadows - I'm a bit of a wimp and don't like to branch out into bright colours so i like to stick to my neutrals: beige, browns, taupes and gold tones and this palette has the perfect array of those shades.



W7 In The Buff: Lightly Toasted Natural Nudes Eye Colour Palette

The eyeshadows are predominantly shimmery but there is the odd one or two matte shades thrown into the mix as well, which i really like as i tend to use these more for nights out.

It's a very affordable palette that won't set you back too much and considering the price point it's pretty decent quality - I'm not sure of the exact price as it seems differs on different websites on some it's £7.49 and on others i found it's around £5 but it's still affordable. (I found it on Amazon for £5 - if you're interested) They're quite buttery eyeshadows, they apply and blend out really easily and they last quite well  and don't appear to crease either - i do always wear my Mac Painterly Paint Pot underneath to help prolong my eyeshadows.

My favourite shades from the palette are: 'Wonderland' - which is a shimmery champagne pink shade, it's the perfect base colour and it's a close dupe of Sin which is one of my all time favourite eyeshadows by Urban Decay. I use 'Cracker' a lot which is a matte nude brown toned shade - it's nothing too exciting but it's a really good crease colour and it ties all the eyeshadows together quite well. I also really like 'Di Di' a shimmery brown shade with a slight gold and copper tone to it, 'Delilah' a dark shimmery brown and 'It's a Dream' a shimmery taupe shade - these are my three go to shades to blend into the outer corner, there are really lovely shades and i find they pair with Wonderland and Cracker really nicely.

This palette is very similar to the Urban Decay Naked Palettes - in fact I'd actually say it's a dupe for the original Naked Palette - all the shades are very similar and the palette has a similar tin casing that the Naked 2 and Naked 3 both have -- so if you are interested in trying the Urban Decay Naked Palettes but they are a little out of your budget, this palette maybe a good alternative for you.

What neutral palette is your favourite?
Natalie xx

6 comments:

  1. What a lovely palette, the shades are beautiful and they do remind me of the Naked palette!

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    1. Its so similar to the Naked Palette!
      Natalie xx

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  2. What a great budget friendly palette. I have so many neutral palettes & I always want more. My fave has to be the MUA Undress Me Too Palette. I reach for that one all the time
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    1. Im the same i own so many! I love the MUA versions too :)
      Natalie xx

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