All About Eyes Series | Drugstore Neutral Palettes

All About Eyes Series | Drugstore Neutral Palettes
Sometimes you really don't need to spend a fortune when to comes to eyeshadows, so to continue on with my All About Eyes Series I'm going to share my favourite drugstore neutral eyeshadow palettes.

All About Eyes Series | Drugstore Neutral Palettes
All About Eyes Series | Drugstore Neutral Palettes

Back in December I posted A little Avon Haul where I picked up some Avon products for the first time in years. I've just this minute realised I never shared my thoughts on what I bought, so I'll have to share those at another time, however I did purchase a couple of their eyeshadow quads and I have to say they're amazing quality. The 'Simply Nude' quad contains two matte shadows and two slightly frosty shadows and the combination of the two finishes creates such a gorgeous natural eyeshadow look. These are crease resistant, yes even without a primer and the pigmentation is amazing. If you're someone who doesn't wear anything too bold on the eye then I'd definitely take a look.

Makeup Revolution Flawless Matte Ultra 32 Eyeshadow Palette - £8.00*
I'd always been a shimmer eyeshadow fan but last year I got into more matte shades. They're ideal to use in the crease and for days when I want to wear something a little more natural. The Makeup Revolution Flawless Matte Ultra 32 Eyeshadow Palette has every colour you will need to create a natural look, but there's also a lot of darker shades too, ideal for those who like to mix things up. Considering there is 32 eyeshadows for just £8, the quality is quite impressive. Check out my full review just HERE

Collection Little Mix All About The Eyes Palette - £3.19
Collection is a brand I haven't dabbled with much, however I do love this palette. For a palette that costs just over £3 the quality is remarkable along with the pigmentation, which is extremely intense. I also think the packaging is super cute too. To read a full review and see swatches just click HERE

Topshop Golden Aura Eyeshadow Palette*
Firstly I need to apologise as I've since found out since taking these photos that Topshop no longer stock this palette, which is a real shame, however I think this is sometimes included in some of their gift set. This palette is beautiful, I already had one of Topshops palettes before I picked this one up at an event, so I knew how amazing the quality was. The shade range is stunning, slightly shimmery but with zero fall out, blend-ability is unreal and these are crease free too. If you can somehow manage to pick this up please do because it's one of my favourite eyeshadows. You can read a full review, view swatches and see a makeup look of this palette just HERE

Bourjois Quad Smoky Stories Eyeshadow Palette in 'Good Nude' - £7.99
The first time I see the Quad Smoky Stories Eyeshadows they immediately reminded me of Dior eyeshadows. I love the design of these, however I'd have liked a different lid. I love that this includes a chunky glitter in the centre because that allows you to really jazz up your eye look and convert it from a day time look to an evening look in literally seconds, I mean who doesn't like to add a bit of sparkle right?! Take a look at my full review just HERE

Once again, sorry one of these are no longer available, I really should check before I take photos... however with the internet being so large, I'm sure you could find it somewhere. I'd love to know if you have any of the above palettes and if not, what is your favourite drugstore neutral eyeshadow palette?

Until Next Time

*PR sample
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