W7 Delicious Palette

W7 Delicious Palette

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and whether you’re celebrating or not I thought I’d share with you the palette that gives me all the heart eye’s.  W7 Delicious is a beautiful palette consisting of 14 neutral and berry toned shades with shimmers, mattes and glitters.

W7 Delicious Palette | Emma Rollason

The shimmer shades are my favourites by far they are much creamier, smoother and have a higher pigmentation to them, the mattes are much chalkier and not as pigmented but you can still create some amazing looks with them and they blend like a dream.

W7 Delicious Palette | Emma Rollason

W7 Delicious Palette | Emma Rollason

I’ve been loving using a mix of the two pink shades (Top: 2nd in from Right. Bottom: 3rd in from Right) on the inner and outer corners of the eyes, sweeping them through the crease and the light pink shimmer (Top: 3rd in from Left) in the centre of the eye to create a halo eye look. Which I think would make a perfect Valentine’s Day makeup look or for injecting a bit of Spring into your day.


The packaging isn’t anything too fancy with its plain pink front and block lettering,  allowing the eye shadows inside to do the talking. Inside is a substantial mirror for on the go makeup, and they even included a double ended brush, the palette is quite bulky so you may find it hard to fit it into a travel makeup bag, you could pack it separately but the palette is only a toughened cardboard exterior unlike their In The Buff/Nude Palettes which are metal.

The W7 Delicious palette does have a striking resemblance to the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette, but at less than half the price makes for a fantastic dupe if the ABH palette is out of your price range.


Over all I’ve been having so much fun experimenting with this palette and creating spring pink/v-day inspired eye looks.

Shop The Post:

W7 Delicious Palette £12.95

W7 Deliciously On The Rocks (Bundle) £21.95

Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette £43.00




  1. February 2, 2018 / 12:41 pm

    The look you’ve created is so beautiful! W7 are getting really good in duping famous palettes but apparently still have to work on the quality.

  2. Samantha
    February 3, 2018 / 1:36 am

    Haha it IS very similar to the Modern Renaissance, looks like it’s a worthy dupe!

    Samantha Series

  3. February 8, 2018 / 12:23 am

    I’ve never heard of this brand before actually but this post really intrigued me! I’m always up for some berry tones haha and indeed, it has a strong resemblance with the Anastasia Beverly Hills palette that I’ve been wanting for sooo long! So thank you for the recommendation, I’ll definitely check this one out:)

    xx, Valeria

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