Sunday, 5 February 2012

BYS Neutral Charm Eyeshadow Pallet


I actually had this pallet sitting around on my vanity for quite awhile, before I decided to pick it up and give it a go - and I am glad that I did.

This beautiful 18 shade eyeshadow pallet is full of gorgeous colors ranging from purples and golds to pinks, greens and browns.

Below are the swatches of the colors:


You can see that the colors are quite pigmented, although keep in mind that when I applied these colors I did have to pack the color onto the brush or I found that I didn't get the intense color that I was looking for.

These shades are just so pretty, and the shimmering colors are perfect for creating all types of different looks. The colors themselves are quite natural (and buildable) so depending on your occasion, they can be mixed and match to create a subtle day time look, or a more dramatic night look.

The pallet comes with two applicators and a built-in mirror.

I've been using BYS cosmetics a bit lately, and I am finding the brand to have quite a few (very affordable!) good quality products.

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  1. Such pretty wearable colours especially the greens stand out :)

    Might grab one of these myself (uh oh..)

  2. I have always wanted to try some BYS eyeshadows. I've always been a bit cautious because the price is so low, but now I think I might go out and buy this one!! :D

  3. I've seen these in stores and was tempted to get them because the colours look really pretty and pigmented. I was a bit concerned on the quality and whether they blended easily but after reading your review, I might just have to try it out next time.

  4. I was quite suprised myself!

    That's why it took so long for me to give it a go, because I never used the eyeshadows before - and although they look great, I was expecting that because they were so cheap that the quality might not be that great.

    But these were really good! :)

    Just keep in mind, like I said, I did have to pack a bit onto the brush, or do a few layers.