Monday, 26 June 2017

Nip + Fab Eyeshadow and Blush Palette review

When I started seeing pictures of the new Nip + Fab make up range popping up all over the place I knew this was something I wanted in on. For those of you that don't know, Nip + Fab is a skincare brand stocked in places like Superdrug and Boots. They've been very popular for a while now so expanding their range to include make up has, understandably so, created a lot of excitement.

I decided to pick up the Blusher Palette Blushed 1 and Eyeshadow Palette Sculpted 1. I travel a fair bit so palettes that are a reasonable size and you can create numerous looks with appeal to me, these tick both boxes.

The eyeshadow palette (£10.95) is made up of 12 shades, 9 of these being matte meaning straight away you know this is going to be versatile especially for day to day looks. You get a super light colour- perfect for brow bone highlight, all over the lid shades, crease colours and darker shades if you fancy a smokier eye. The 2 shimmery shades come in useful if you want to add a little something. The pigmentation is impressive, they swatch and apply well and blend out so easily.

L-R Cleopatra, Camel, Suede, Monroe, Ignite and Heat

L-R Biscuit, Mink, Nirvana, In Vogue, Duchess and Chocolate
The blusher palette (£8.95) has four absolutely gorgeous shades in it. I feel like this covers all bases blush wise it has a pink shade, a shade that gives a bit of a nod towards Nars' Orgasm, a peach shade and a berry shade. With this you could feel pretty safe that whatever look you want to create will have a blush in here that will compliment it. As with the eyeshadows, the pigmentation is excellent.

L-R Cocktail, Flamingo, Velvet and Whisper
These palettes are just amazing for the cost, since I got them I have enjoyed using them so much and have found myself reaching for them on a regular basis, in particular the blush palette. The colours are fairly standard but I like that, it means you get use out of all the shades and can create endless looks, there is nothing more annoying that having a palette where you don't use all the shades!

Have you tried anything from the range? Let me know your thoughts down below my loves.

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