Maybelline The Nudes Palette Review

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Hello everyone! So I was browsing the makeup aisle in the grocery store the other day & I spotted The Nudes palette by Maybelline. I couldn't pass it up because I'm a sucker for nude palettes & this had all the right colors to catch my attention. 

I wanted to do a review on it because this is the first time I've seen a full-on Maybelline eyeshadow palette. I was also thrilled because I use the Maybelline color tattoos on a regular basis, so their eyeshadows must be out of this world!

There are many gorgeous shades to choose from. Most of the shades have a shimmer, but a few are matte. There are a total of twelve shades & I have to admit, I'll probably get use out of all of them. My particular faves are numbers 4, 9, 10 & ll. These are the ones that really stand out to me.

There are a few things I look for in an eyeshadow palette & that includes the diversity of shades. Even though these colors are pretty basic since it's a neutral palette, there is still a nice variety of shades that will combine to make many unique looks. The palette boasts to have a possibility of 13 looks in total.

For this look, I used 10 on the crease & 9 on the lid. I blended it with 4 & used 10 as a highlighter. I also lined my lower lashes with 4, which is a copper/brown shade. Instead of using a pencil eyeliner like I usually do, I used the blackest shade 12 along my upper lashes & it worked amazingly. (BTW: I hate when eyeshadow palettes don't have names for the shades!)

This has become my look for most days & I have started using this palette routinely. Maybelline didn't disappoint with the selection of shadows. They last all day, which is a bonus, although I usually use an eyeshadow base just to be sure.

I had absolutely no trouble with pigmentation. All the shades have plenty of pigment & my swatches don't really do them justice!

This palette truly is for everyone, including beginners. It has a guide on the back for which eyeshadows should be used together & where they should be applied. Although I sort of freestyled it, I find this helpful for those who are a bit confused on what goes where. The colors are neutral so they'd basically look good on anyone!

For just 10 dollars, I really think this palette is a steal! You can get here on the Ulta website or at your local grocery or drugstore. Hope you enjoyed this review & as always, let me know if you have any questions!


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