W7 Naked Nudes Palette | Beauty Review


I recently treated myself to some delights from Cara Pharmacy and decided to try out some new products that I was curious about. I have already posted about my new obsession: Benefit They’re Real Push Up Liner, and now I want to tell you all about w7 Naked Nudes palette.

I became a fan of W7 products when I bought the In The Buff pallette a couple of months ago, but like anything I do believe you get what you pay for. This Naked Nudes 4 shadow pallette only cost €2.50, so my expectations were not set particularly high.


The pigment is not very strong, and therefore pretty difficult to swatch.

The very bottom shadow is almost invisible on skin, so I have been using it as a base for all of my eyeshadow. It matches my skin tone perfectly so it does the job.

The white shadow is not strong either, but gives a nice light colour for highlighter below the brow and around the tear duct. Great for a day to day look, but for a night out I will stick to my Nylon from Mac.

The two beige/ taupe shadows are lighter in colour than you may expect, and work well if you want to discreetly contour the eye. You will not get a dramatic look from this palette, but as I said, if you are looking for a cheap and cheerful palette for everyday make up, this €2.50 palette is grand.

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Apart from the lack of pigment, the other negative I have found is that there is a shimmer to the shadows. I personally would prefer an all matte selection, but again I paid €2.50.

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Considering the price I paid, I am happy with the Naked Nude palette and it works well when creating a simple nude eye for everyday wear.

You can find the palette here for €2.50.

Have you tried any of the W7 products yet?

Please tell me below,

Thank you for reading, 

Gina xxxx

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Check out my recent blog post of what beauty products I am currently lusting after. 


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