Soap and Glory Lid Stuff Eyeshadow Palette in What’s Nude Review

Soap and Glory Lid Stuff Eyeshadow Palette in What's Nude Review

Soap and Glory Lid Stuff Eyeshadow Palette in What's Nude Review

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Soap and Glory Lid Stuff Eyeshadow Palette in What’s Nude Review

Recently I’ve been getting more and more into my eyeshadows. I love my ever-growing selection of Makeup Revolution palettes and I adore my Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette more than I could ever express, but I’ve been opting for a quad recently. Which quad am I talking about? The Soap and Glory Lid Stuff Eyeshadow Palette in What’s Nude of course! You may have spotted this little fellow in my August Favourites but if you didn’t, let me tell you a little more about this gem.

The Soap and Glory Lid Stuff Eyeshadow Palette in What’s Nude is available from Boots both online and in store. It retails at £10.00 which I personally feel is reasonable considering the shadows are good quality and work out at just £2.50 each, well actually less than that when you take into account the price of the actual palette packaging too.

A great selection of shades for everyday use

Anyway, the palette contains four shadows. First up is Vanilla, a simple matte off-white shade that has a slight Ivory look about it. It is a little on the chalky side but it does have good pigmentation and minimal fallout, plus it applies really well too. Next, up the palette contains Pink T which is a pink toned beige shade. This is one of those great all over the lid colours that also works well as a crease colour too, particularly on those with fair toned skin like myself. In terms of the finish, it isn’t entirely matte but it does have a pretty sheen to it. Much like Vanilla it is well pigmented and feels rather creamy, despite it having a powder formula.

Also in the palette is Mudhoney. This shade is similar to Pink T as it isn’t completely matte but it has a sheen to it. It is nicely pigmented and it is a gorgeous chocolate-brown colour that is perfect for adding definition to your eye look. And last but not least in the palette is Aubersheen. Aubersheen is a shimmer shade that isn’t as soft as the other shades in the palette however, it is still well pigmented. The colour is a top-notch shade that is a cross between a taupe and a golden brown and it is definitely my favourite shade out of the quad.

A thumbs up from me

What I love about this palette is that I can grab it quickly on a morning. When I’m in a rush and I can effortlessly create a pretty and very wearable look. I also love that all the shades are crease resistant and they last really well on me. They certainly are comparable to some of the more expensive, higher end eyeshadows on the market. In terms of the packaging, it is simple yet sturdy and effective. It doesn’t come with a sponge applicator or a mini brush. But to be honest, I like this as I always opt to use my own brushes anyway. All in all the Soap and Glory Lid Stuff Eyeshadow Palette in What’s Nude gets a thumbs up from me. Also from Soap and Glory, I highly recommend the Soap and Glory Scrub Of Your Life Scrub.

Have you tried this palette? Are you a fan of it?

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