W7 In The Buff eye shadow palette was the first palette I ever purchased as a teen. I had popped into my local Asda and it happened to be maybe Christmas or Mother’s Day or some gifting event when I spotted this in the Seasonal Gift Section. I had read so many other bloggers rave about the W7 Eyeshadow Palettes and how they were affordable dupes for the Urban Decay Naked Palettes (Palettes very much outside of my price range), that I picked it up there and then.
In the Buff is a dupe for the Naked 2 palette, packaged in a sturdy tin (great for when you’ve moved house 3x in the space of 2 years) it’s simple and reflects the ‘natural nudes’ within the palette. There are 12 shade’s varying in matte, shimmer, glitter and metallic finishes, unfortunately there are only 3 matte’s, a yellow toned highlight shade, a cool toned brown transition/crease shade and black. This palette mainly consists of darker tones, making this a great palette for evening looks and smokey eyes.
All shade’s are super pigmented, blendable and smooth if not a little on the chalky side which does mean they leave fallout in the pans and the darker tone’s tend to drop down too. So I’d recommend applying your base after doing your eye makeup if you’re using this palette (or apply with a wet brush to control the product application a little better).
Overall I still love the W7 In The Buff eye shadow palette and still reach for it time and time again especially for dark smokey looks.
Have you tried the W7 In The Buff Eye Shadow Palette?
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