So when Benefit brought out their World Famous Neutral's Eyenessa's sexiest nudes ever* palette using beautiful purple shades, I knew I had to try it.
Inside what looks like a little book are four powder shadows, two cream shadows and a leaflet of tips and tricks.
I do love a good set of instructions, so I followed the daytime tips.
Using the champagne shimmer cream shadow – bikini-tini (how cute is this name!) – as a base is a great idea as it gives your powder shadows something to cling to.
|Used my Tan in a Can here, looking super bronzed!|
|Beautiful lilac smokey eye using Benefit's World's Sexiest Neutrals.|
This was a really lovely change for me and I think lilac and purple tones suit lots of eye colours, especially brown and hazel eyes.
I haven’t used Benefit eyeshadows all that much previously, but I enjoyed using these. The colour payoff wasn’t outstanding, but they were soft, and easy to blend and build.
The bikini-tini is also a pretty good dupe for Chanel’s Emerveille Illusion d’Ombre. The Chanel eyeshadows cost £25 a pop, whereas this whole palette is £23.50 so IMO it’s worth shelling out for.
Have you used any of the other Benefit Neutral palettes? What do you think of lilac shadows?