I know, I know, this is a limited edition Christmas special eyeshadow palette, so the odds are that it has entirely sold out now, but if you can manage to get a hold of this palette, it is now only £4.80, so keep your eyes peeled guys!Anyway, onto the palette!
I first discovered this palette through Twitter, where a fellow blogger had posted a picture of the shades, and I needed to know what this palette was called, who it was by and where I could get it right away. Thankfully, in today’s society most companies are also on Twitter, and they really want to tell people when something is theirs, so Soap & Glory very kindly told me that it was their “The Perfect 10”, and that it was currently on sale in Boots for only £8, half of its original price!This palette really does live up to its name, inside there are 10 gorgeous shades ranging from a shimmer-based white, through to a blue-toned black. The shades do remind me quite a bit of the Naked 3 palette, as the majority of these shades are rosy and shimmer-based.
However, the reason I knew I needed to have this palette, aside from it being limited edition, reduced and makeup by Soap & Glory, were ‘Plumtious’ and ‘Toasty’. These shades are nothing like any other eyeshadow colours I own, either in individual pigments or in larger palettes.
‘Toasty’ is a matte pinky mauve colour and ‘Plumtious’ is a shimmery purple. These two shades were what sold this palette to me, because as I’ve previously mentioned, a lot of these shades are similar to pigments in Urban Decay’s Naked 3, but these two are really unique.
This palette is also surprisingly creamy, and not dry or powdery at all. Fallout is very minimal when using to create an entire eye-look, and all of the shades are really well pigmented, so you don’t need to go overboard with them, and they all blend really nicely, so you have an incredible amount of combinations you can try out with this entire palette.Like more people who have bought and reviewed this palette, the only thing I would consider a con from this palette would be the brush. It’s quite small, and the bristles are far too long to properly apply the eyeshadow/blend it together at all.
So there you go, another worthwhile affordable drugstore eyeshadow palette! I love when Soap & Glory bring out new makeup (hint hint Soap & Glory…) because it’s always lovely to try out new affordable makeup, especially when you know that the brand have got it so right before.
Did you manage to get a hold of this palette? Let me know what you think of it/any Soap & Glory makeup in the comments below!