W7 Eye Shadow Palettes

Until recently, I foolishly believed that eye shadow was not an essential within my make up routine, but oh how wrong I was! Now every girl dreams of owning the entire range of Urban Decay Naked palettes. However at £38 a palette, this is a tad expensive, especially if like me you're just starting out experimenting with eye shadows and learning the tips and tricks.

Luckily there is a lot of drugstore dupes which mean that you still get to have  pretty eye shadows at a fraction of the cost. Firstly, I discovered Make Up Revolution which has the Iconic Palettes (1,2 and 3) which somewhat resemble the Naked collection. You can see a review for the Iconic Two set here.  

I think my most favourite high street dupe has to be the W7 Natural Nude Palettes.
I picked up these bargains the last time I went shopping for just £4.99 per tin! Firstly the packaging itself is nice and simple and helps to ensure your eye shadows do not get broken. The tins come with a double ended applicator, but only one side is typical eye shadow applicator and the other is the brush which would be ideal for blending.

In The Nude

(L to R - Latte, Angel, Venice, Marilyn, Copper Pot, Sun Kissed, Alice, Bad Manners, Coffee Cup, Mud Slide, Tokyo & Fashionista)
This palette mostly resembles Naked 3.

In The Buff: Lightly Toasted

(L to R - Teddy Bear, Wonderland, Cracker, Happy, Lady Luck, Twister, Di Di, Delilah Magic, It's a Dream, Up In Smoke & Dawn)
This palette most closely matches with Naked 2, and I have to say these are my favourite set of names for the shades out of the two palettes.

Being an impulsive buyer, I also purchased a mini W7 In The City, Natural Nudes kit.

(L to R - Wigwam, Troy, Brass, Touch, Autumn, Andrea)
This little set was only £2.99 and I knew this would be the perfect set of nude shades for an every day natural look.

I can't wait to get experimenting and see what these shadow kits have to offer. To me, this is a perfect dupe. The palettes featured here and other W7 Cosmetics can be purchased here.

What is your favourite W7 product?

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