The Nude Spectrum palette houses 15 shadows all inspired by nude and natural hues, housed in sturdy cardboard. The shades are:
ND010 - A shimmery, Mocha colour with pink undertones. This didn't swatch well. I think it was because I had freshly applied tan. But this is well pigmented.
ND020 - A dark shimmery chocolate shade. I love this all over the lid or outter V.
ND030 - A matte black. I love that this contains a matte black. This is perfect for lining the upper lash line for a bold, smokey look.
ND040 - A Stunning golden copper shade. This looks beautiful all over the lid.
ND050- A mid to dark brown, taupey shade. Perfect Crease colour.
ND060- A deep, golden, shimmery Brown. Another great lid colour. Or it looks lovely smoked out on the lower lash line.
ND070- A matte mauvey, rose colour. This is a great a crease shade or all over the lid.
ND080- A purply brown shimmer shade. I love this all over lid.
ND090- A warm rusty copper shade. This is one of my favourites! I love this all over the lid and smoked along the lower lash line.
ND100- A creamy champained toned, pale shimmer. A perfect inner corner or brown highlight. I also used this all over lid, on its own and loved it!
ND110- A shimmery biege peach. This would be great as a highlight on darker skin tones or a lovely lid colour on paler skin tones.
ND120- A mid toned shimmery coppery brown. Another perfect lid colour.
ND130- A creamy, very pale matte pink. This would make a lovely matte highlight.
ND140- A beautiful pale cream that shimmers.
ND150- A pale brown with mauvey undertones. I love this as a crease colour.
Every shade in this palette is brilliant, with the exeption of ND130 - I found it a little chalky. But the rest are super buttery, well pigmented, have minimal fall out and last all day on me, without fading or creasing. Almost any nude eye look can be created with this. From something subtle for everyday wear to something smokey and more dramatic for an evening out. This palette has it all. Who doesn't love nude, natural eye shades and for that reason I've been reaching for it nearly everyday! My only issue with this palette is the names. Or lack of them, they're more like codes. I found them actually difficult to read because they're placed above the shadow pans rather than below. But, its really not that big of a deal.
I can't recommend this palette enough! I already have the cool spectrum palette and I'm eyeing up the warm spectrum palette to complete my collection.
The Zoeva Nude Spectrum Palette is available from Beauty Bay £28.50
Have you tried this palette? What are you thoughts?
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