There is a delicious white highlighter shade, (on the lower left). It’s the kind of white highlighter that I’ve been looking for actually for awhile. The yellow is a nice light yellow gold creamy satin color. Next is the nude rose shimmer, and finally a latte tan color. All of the shades have a mild shimmer to them with the most noticeable being the creamy gold.
I had to run an errand and thought I should go against my prejudice and try using this palette for a complete eye look. I was so surprised to find it to be a decent all-around palette for a light classic eye look. This palette easily lends itself to a light classic natural type of eye. The only thing missing is a liner and I’m sure we all have some of those laying around.
This palette was SO easy to do a quick 5 minute eye with. This is a perfect light palette for the office, running errands or picking up the kids from school. It’s quick!! It’s fool-proof. You just layer and blend until you have the depth and the color that you want. Honestly, it just couldn’t be simpler.
I hope to have new photos in the near future but here are a couple from inside the house at nighttime.
The Burberry Complete Eye Palettes come in a sturdy metal palette with a nice magnetic clasp. They each have three brushes, which I’ve shown and described in my review for the Burberry Dark Spice Complete Eye Palette. I won’t add the additional pictures here but if you’d like to see the presentation of the palettes, it’s worthwhile to check out the other pictures.
I thought I wouldn’t be impressed by this palette since I tend to wear more color, but I was completely wrong. If you like classic neutral eye looks, this one is for you. I purchased mine at Nordstrom where they are $59.
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