Sunday, 11 September 2016

W7 In The Nude Palette


So i've owned this palette for about 8 months now and I have to say it's own of my most reached for palettes. Many of you may recognise it as being an obvious dupe to the Naked 3 palette which looks extremely similar. However this is not a comparison post, purely because I don't own the Naked 3 palette.

So this is the packaging of the palette. I've read a few reviews which say that the lid has fallen off easily which hasn't happened on this one despite the amount of times i've dropped it so i'd say it wears well. However, on my In The Buff palette by W7, the lid has fallen off so it's just how you take care of them to be honest. 

Unfortunately this palette does not contain a mirror but that's just an add on luxury in other more expensive palettes so that's expected for the price.

You can purchase these on sites such as Amazon and Ebay for around £5, like why not! I would definately purchase this palette for at least £15 so this is so cheap for what you get.

As you can see it is just a simple palette consisting of 12 shades, mainly of a beautiful pink shade, most having a sparkle to them. 

This palette is so up my street with it's beautiful pink shades and it includes a range of shades from light pink to dark black.

It comes with an applicator with a foam end and a brush end. To be honest I never use the foam end, it's clearly cheaply made and just hurts my eyelids but the brush side is actually not that bad. Obviously I prefer the real technique brushes, check my review of them here:

These are the first 4 shades within this palette (from bottom to top): Latte, Angel, Venice and Marilyn. I use Latte and Marilyn as  a base coat for a lot of my eyeshadow looks. One of my most used shades in every palette I own is definately Angel. It is a gorgeous pink sparkly glitter which is highly pigmented. I am so so so in love with it and apply it in the inner corner of my eye nearly daily to add that sparkle to your eyes. I don't actually use Venice that much but it is such a beautiful shade that i'm actually unsure why I don't find myself reaching for it more oftenly!

These four shades are also all pink and I adore each and every one of them. From bottom to top we have: Copper Pot, Sun Kissed, Alice and Bad Manners. Copper pot, Alice and Bad Manners are fairly similar and are all fairly pigmented. I find that they all stay on for at least 6 hours before starting to fall off so they are reasonably good. Sun kissed is an amazing orangey pink shade which gives your eyelids a special hint. I love this shade but once again, don't find myself using it much.

From bottom to top: Coffee Cup, Mud Slide, Tokyo and Fashionista. These are all shades which are great for the crease. I use fashionista so much for the crease of my eye, it's a dark dark purple almost black colour and when blended into the crease with a medium pink it looks amazing. The two middle shades are so gorgeous and have a light sparkle to them. They are a little less pigmented than the other shades and look so delicate and stunning on. 

Overall this palette is so amazing for £5.00 and is so worth trying out. If you have used any of the W7 palettes let me know in the comments and your opinions on them!

Much Love,

Emily Xo



  1. I love the look of this pallet! Defnialty my kind of colours xx

  2. Looks like a cool palette, it has pretty shades, love the fashionista one.


  3. The shades are beautiful! Can't go wrong with those colors. The shades look lighter compared to the Naked 3, but both would look amazing on anyone. x

    1. I don't own a Naked 3 palette so can't compare but this is so worth trying out!x

    2. Yeah, they do look like really similar shades... it may well end up being a dupe!
      Aleeha xXx

  4. Wow... £5.00... what more could you want?!
    Aleeha xXx


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