Benefit Big Beautiful Eyes Review

All I can say, is cramming working and blogging and working some more and sleeping is really taking its toll this week, I’ve not had time to get some posts together for you, which really sucks, ah well- I’m going to try to get some more sorted soon! Today, I’ve decided to review my favourite eyeshadow palette, I’m pretty sure it’s the only one I use it I’m honest!
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Benefit Big Beautiful Eyes, £25.50

Of course, it’s the Benefit ‘Big Beautiful Eyes’ palette! I’m completely and utterly in love with these shades: rose gold/pink, a brown/purple and a matte brown to line your eyes with. I’m a big fan of anything Benefit and I’m glad to say that I wasn’t disappointed, it’s a great palette if you’re after something pretty subtle, but still gives you a nice contour, so you can tell you’ve made an effort, without going all out with millions of colours and shades? In fact, I would say it’s a really good alternative to a smokey eye look?
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As you can tell from the swatches, the colours are pretty pigmented, they’re so simple to apply- they even come with their own little brushes (not going to lie, I do prefer to use my own, but the ones provided, especially the liner, are pretty decent). You honestly get a great look in three steps: base, contour and line- it’s that simple!

Have you ever tried the Benefit ‘Big Beautiful Eyes’ palette? What are you thoughts on it, don’t forget that if you’re a fellow blog person to leave a link, it’s really nice to see whose been reading!

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