If life is a bowl of cherries, your eyes ought to get in on the fun hey? What I particularly love about this palette is its deep cherry tones and hazy hues which makes any berry eye from this palette look ever so seductive. What's ideal is that you can mix and match these colours in any way that you like; I usually like to use a lighter shade on my inner eyelid and then get darker towards the outer lid (I usually use three colours and apply the most colourful in the middle). Whilst the key is to blend blend blend, you can also create some really gorgeous pink smokey eyes by using the rustic, dark cocoa and ebony shades in the palette- you'll look red hot like a fully ripe cherry (ooh see what I did there). I am going to be doing some YouTube tutorials on how to do certain looks so please drop your suggestions below (click here to check out my channel). Nevertheless, check out my wonderful swatches:
In my opinion I reckon that you are either going to love or hate this palette, I mean, the gold is rather gold and the blue is rather blue but nevertheless, I love it (do you?). The blue and gold in this palette is ever so pigmented which makes it two of the best colours to use throughout August- talk about glamorous mermaid eyes. You also have the option to add extra sparkle onto your eyes by using the twinkling nude and grey colours, and you can also base your water line with this black charcoal shade to create a dramatic look (ooh la la). I think that this palette is a all year round one, and I particularly cannot wait to wear this gold around Christmas time (did I just say Christmas?). Overall I am very happy with my little freebie palette (it's apparently worth £25.00 too!).
|Above: swatches from the Cherry Smoke Palette|
Do you have a favourite eyeshadow palette at the moment? Do you like the colours you see above?
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