I’m so excited about this post because my friend sent me this super cute eyeshadow palette and lip gloss as a beauty swap, and it’s the kind of colour I wouldn’t buy for myself, but now totally love. The look is based around the Butter London eyeshadow palette in Natural Goddess, which is a range of soft pinks and golden browns with a pop of green and blue, in one bar. I feel like there’s so much you can do with these shades, from bold to etherial and natural.
You can see the cute range of shades above. I really liked how the shades were bright and blended nicely. I’ve worn this palette a few times since making this look, and I like it a lot. Almost all the colours are a a little glittery and metallic, so you could always blend them with some matte shades, too. I hadn’t tried Butter London before and I took a quick look on their site, because this palette came in a subscription and I can’t find it for sale. Take a look at the rest of their range HERE. I think their packaging is fresh and nice, with this palette being made of card and has a kind of decadent look with a faux wooden background.
For this look, I used the lightest shade all over, with the pink shade Queen in the crease, and Temptress in the outer corner. I finished with the green shade Star across the lid, which I thought might be too green, but actually was really pretty and soft, especially when blended. (I’m looking forward to playing with that pop of blue!) I teamed this with a Mac Lip Glass in Love Child, $17.50 shop HERE. On their site, this looks quite pink, but it’s more like a pink berry shade, and very flattering. I liked the colour payoff, it’s got a lot of colour and gloss with it’s slightly gold metallic sheen, and it lasted so well, which was impressive. But when is Mac not impressive?
Head band from Ardene and chenille sweater in rose from Gap. I feel pretty happy with how this look turned out. If you got this subscription palette, I’d love to see what you did with it. Talk to me in the comments!