Nude Blush Complete Eye Palette (£40) was originally released as part of the Fall 2014 collection and is now part of the regular line up. I was hesitant to get this initially as these sort of colours can often look a bit bruised/tired on cool toned pale skin like mine.
contains 4 shades in medium to dark intensities with a good balance of
finishes. You get a beige/sand satin, a shimmery warm copper pink (too
much and this takes on a orange tone on me), a matte dusty mauve and a
satin finish deep eggplant.
The texture is comparable to the buttery
smooth, non powdery feel of the singles, apart from the deepest shade
which is dryer and does not blend as well.
Initially I didn't
like this, it was too warm and looked messy, and I could have done with
a lighter toned shade to give some balance.
After playing around with it
so more I've decided the key for me is not using too much of the copper
pink and using the lightest shade more heavily (shame this one is in a
I think if you are usually iffy about these sort of shades
on you skin then proceed with caution but otherwise the overall quality
and performance is there and it does work to create a warm, earthy plum
I bought this from http://uk.burberry.com/beauty/