Hello everyone, I’m a sucker for nude eye shadow palettes, and each time i go eye shadow shopping i end up getting a nude palette, but in the words of youtube beauty gurus “eye shadow palettes are not the same, they are similar!” justification delivered!

I recently did a look on youtube using the luscious eye shadow palette in divining naturals and i was very happy with how it turned out. One think I’ve noticed and have been quite into is a nice sculpted face with soft yet defined eyes, I usually just use the bronzer i use and define the lids and it just ties everything together and gives a nice fresh yet a defined face.

luscious eyeshadow palette

I feel summer is the time for bright pinks and coral shades for the lips with a nice tanned skin, and that is what i was going for in my summer makeup look.

luscious eyeshadow palette luscious eyeshadow palette

I really liked the eye shadow palette, i feel it has a great variety of neutrals and transition shades. I like picking out palettes with more promising transition colors because they help create the whole eye. I personally like working Β on the crease and i start from the lightest shade building my way up to the darker color, primarily because I’m not the cleanest person when it comes to the eyes, so starting light and eventually going dark is the way to go for me.

The palette comes with 12 shades, with a mix of matte and shimmer shades. The shadows have decent pigmentation, they aren’t the Β most pigmented shadows you will come across, but for the price and the usage i feel they palette is quite a steal.

luscious eyeshadow palette

Here is the finished look i created using the palette.

luscious eyeshadow palette review and swatches

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