Sunday, 26 January 2014

Review: Boulevard de Beauté eyeshadow palette

Hi guys!

As promised in my Christmas haul, I'm going to review the palette I got. It's from a brand called Boulevard de Beauté which is a brand I'd never heard of so I had a quick look online.

You can buy their products off amazon and a good sized palette costs about 10€ (about £7 or 15$) so very affordable.

I got this palette which is like a double palette with each one containing 10 eyeshadows and an applicator. They're both neutral colours but one of them is more brown shades and the other is green.

The quality of these eyeshadows is really good. They're nicely pigmented, easy to work with pretty long lasting and the colours are gorgeous.

This palette is well thought out. It has a nice mix of matte and shimmery eyeshadows and no dodgy colours that you would never use. I would normally never use green eyeshadows but these ones are a really nice selection and I am going to branch out and try them because they're shades that would suit anybody.

The only complaints I would have about this palette are that you will get a little bit of fall down but nothing major and the packaging isn't great. It looks quite nice and expensive and you do get two pretty big mirrors with them but the lid doesn't close properly on the top bit of mine and it's quite hard to open on the other one. But for the price, I don't expect amazing packaging and these eyeshadows are worth a lot more in my opinion.

So, I think these are excellent especially if you're a young teenager or if you're just starting out in makeup but also if you want to try out a new brand or want to expand your collection! I'm already getting a lot of use out of this palette and it's got some pretty good dupes for some more expensive brands.


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  2. That's great there are so many colors and it's so affordable!


  3. looks nice :)

  4. As they say in my country "bonito, barato y bueno", which means pretty, cheap and peachy :)

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