It’s technically a blush and contour palette but some of these colours are so bold they could double as eyeshadows. There are 6 palettes available ranging in colour families and textures, there are mattes, creams, shimmers.. you name it and Makeup Rev have put it in a palette. This one is ‘Golden Sugar’ and looking at the selection it’s probably the one I’d have chosen had I been given a choice. The best variety and the most baked blushes of any.. which happen to be my favourites. As I’ve spoken about at length before I am very heavy handed when it comes to blush so anything too deep can tend to look a little silly on me but these marbled sheeny colours are very hard to get wrong.
In theory there are 3 bronzers, 3 blushes and 2 highlighters – in reality I will likely use only half of them as cheek products. I would only wear matte bronzers and the very pale highlight is a little too much but as i said they’d make excellent shadows were you so inclined. The close proximity of the colours to one and other does mean you’ll need a not so huge blush to get a specific colour however I’ve been enjoying mixing a couple together to get a custom result. The middle 4 have been working nicely and the shimmery bronzer I wouldn’t ordinarily dip in to is getting some love that way too.
The packaging is sleek and compact, it’s robust and feels like it would withstand travel.. there’s not much negative to say here, it’s a great little palette and I am definitely interested in picking up another, especially at only £6! – you can see the 6 colour ways online here