Showing posts with label GOSH eyeshadow palette. Show all posts
Showing posts with label GOSH eyeshadow palette. Show all posts

Wednesday

GOSH 9 Shades: To be cool in Copenhagen

GOSH recently unveiled its SS16 collection at the Metro hotel in London, and I loved every single piece of it. The new collection sings to the tune of natural/raw beauty, and consists of matte lipsticks, illuminating highlighting drops, lip oils, nude eyeshadow sticks, and of course- a sister palette of the 9 shades shadow collections: To Be Cool In Copenhagen. The concept of natural looking beauty really appeals to me, and I'm glad that GOSH has covered it. 

Tuesday

GOSH Smokey Eyes Palette

GOSH has recently launched a collection of smokey eye palettes in Superdrug, and I've really taken a liking to them.

I tried the palette in 03 Plum. I love the colours in this palette; it has a lilac shade, two lovely metallic gold/purple bronze shades, and a purple berry shade. These colours are really useful to creating a subtle smokey eye look, but the colour is easily build-able to create a more dramatic look, but subtle looks are perfect for the summer season!
The palettes are also available in Black and Brown, but I hope that GOSH launches some more colours in the near future.


The palettes retail at £7.99 each, which I think is good value- considering that you get four eyeshadows in  one palette, which is much better and economically friendly than when you would probably purchase four seperate eyeshadows to create a smokey eye look.

The actual product is of quite slim build, making it more easy to slip into your handbag without feeling like your carrying a heavy-load. I think the palette has a sleek, elegant look to it- the case is black, and it has a clear window where you can see the colours in the palette. To be honest, the product looks like a premium-branded product, and not really a high-street product- which, to be fair, I can't complain about...

There is also a numbered guide, clearly telling you where to apply each colour onto your eyelids in order to create the perfect smokey eye look.

However, it's a shame that an applicator or a small brush wasn't included, as this is something that appeals to me personally as I always lose my applicators and always have trouble finding one if its not included in a palette!
What do you think? 
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