Maybelline The Nudes Palette has taken the Indian beauty scene by a storm. Being a nation which loves neutral makeup as much as pop makeup, we needed a Nude Palette to take on the other nude palettes. Finally one day Maybelline decided to launch this palette in India and since then it is sold out completely everywhere because people are loving this!
Maybelline The Nudes Palette contains 12 gorgeous shades which cover everything from a white highlighter to a dark matte black. All the shades are perfect for work and will suit Indian Skin tones beautifully. There are 3 light shades on the tones of white, 3 brown shades, 2 black, 2 gold and 2 grey shades. The palette comes with a brush which is as always of absolutely no use. I use my Real techniques Eye Shadow brush with the palette. It is a perfect combination of shades to create various looks ranging from a beautiful neutral work look to a black smokey eye. What i loved about this palette is the instructions on the back which show you the various combinations of Duos, Triads and Quads that can be used from the palette. This makes this palette perfect for beginners.
Th pigmentation of the shades is something i love because one swipe is all you need for full intense shade. Texture is velvety for all eye shadows whether sparkle or matte. The staying power is also great because i use this palette regularly for makeup for work and it stays till the end of the day when i come back home from work. For 899, this is the best palette out there for neutral lovers and you should grab it as soon as you can!
Price: 899 INR. Buy it online here.
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Hearing a lot about this. Looks like a real good palette
This is such a lovely versatile palette. Unfortunately they seem to be sold out quite easily, both in stores and online.
I’m such a huge fan of any nude palette for that matter. That was a very detailed review, I’ll surely try this one out. Thanks for sharing!
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I had real issues with the lasting power of this palette, such a pity because it’s so pretty! <3 🙁 Great review!