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Primark Ps... Nudes Eyeshadow Palette Review (£4!)

I've got to admit, I'm a bit of a makeup snob a lot of the time. There are only a few high street brands that I will purchase from (mainly because most aren't cruelty-free) but Primark makeup had never been on my radar. I had heard some good things about Primark's beauty range so I decided to pick up this palette and give it a try...
Primark Ps... Nudes Eyeshadow Palette Review (£4!)
Primark Ps... Nudes Eyeshadow Palette Review (£4!)
Primark Ps... Nudes Eyeshadow Palette Review (£4!)
Primark has really upped their beauty range recently and this eyeshadow palette is from the Nudes collection. In the collection are a couple of body products as well as contour palettes and sticks. This collection does include a lot of products that are basically copies of Kim Kardashian's beauty line but this palette really caught my eye. It doesn't seem that this palette is a copy of anything I have seen but as it is a warm-toned mainly matte palette, it isn't the most original product on the market. I love warm tones so I'm not complaining! 

This £4 palette has seriously impressed me, I honestly didn't think the quality would be that good if I'm honest but I have been using it almost every single day and grabbing it over my £40+ palettes. It is made of cardboard so it isn't the most durable palette so I wouldn't recommend keeping it in your makeup bag but the shadows are what matters. This is an almost completely matte palette with the exception of one shade which is a light pearly shimmer. When I first this palette I was really impressed with the selection of shades included as there is a great range inside. You get everything you could need to create a light everyday look or a warm smokey eye for evenings out. 

When I swatched this palette for the first time, I was shocked! The pigmentation is fantastic and for £4 I couldn't quite believe it. These shadows are on the soft side but you don't get much kick-back or fall out when using them. They apply much more pigmented on the eyes than they do when swatching them which is usually the case with a lot of the matte eyeshadows I have tried. They're easy to blend but do need a little more work than some of my high end palettes but it's only £4 so who's complaining! I have been using this every single day since I got it a couple of weeks so and I do really enjoy it. Once I have applied the shadows, they last so well thoughout the day and don't budge. You can sheer these out if you prefer but they are extremely buildable too. This is a really great crease palette if you like glitter and shimmer on the lids as it has so many options but you can of course create full looks with it too. 

I have been using this palette with the Glossier Lidstars and my Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette for the last week and I love how they all work together. If you like warm tone palettes but are on a budget, definitely check this one out! I'm pretty sure Primark's beauty range is cruelty-free too. 



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