Palette party│Warm Neutrals palette by Mac

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Hello everyone!

Today I have for you a review of the Mac Warm Neutrals palette. I have this palette for a while now, so I got to try it out a few times. I got it as a gift from my dad when I didn’t fail on any of my finals in January, which is already a while ago! Currently I am studying for my June finals, which I think will be much harder… But for now, let’s look at this palette!

The packaging

The packaging looks like we are used to by Mac. It is a plain black, sleek packaging.
The packaging looks like we are used to by Mac. It is a plain black, sleek packaging.

The colors

As you can see, there are 15 different shades in this palette. As the name says, the colors are warm and neutral. There is a good variety of light and dark colors. Some of them are shimmery, and others are matte. I think there is a very good variation of colors. All of them fit together as well. They blend with each other very nicely.
As you can see, there are 15 different shades in this palette. As the name says, the colors are warm and neutral. There is a good variety of light and dark colors. Some of them are shimmery, and others are matte. I think there is a very good variation of colors. All of them fit together as well. They blend with each other very nicely.

The swatches

Time for the swatches! This is the top row swatched. The light colors are a bit harder to see, but on the eye, they are much more visible. Also, when you layer them, they give a very even coverage.
Time for the swatches! This is the top row swatched. The light colors are a bit harder to see, but on the eye, they are much more visible. Also, when you layer them, they give a very even coverage. I love the matte black shade, it comes in handy when you want to create a powder eyeliner.

 

The middle row swatched. The white powder shade is very good for highlighting the inner corner and browbone, since it is matte. It looks very natural. The most pigmented color is the rusty bronze color.
The middle row swatched. The white powder shade is very good for highlighting the inner corner and browbone, since it is matte. It looks very natural. The most pigmented color is the rusty bronze color.

 

The bottom row swatched. These are the most original colors. The olive gold shade looks very unique on the eye. The matte brown is perfect for a classic smokey eye.
The bottom row swatched. These are the most original colors. The olive gold shade looks very unique on the eye. The matte brown is perfect for a classic smokey eye.

Overall, I think this is a very good palette. There is a very good variety of colors. The light ones swatch a bit harder, but in an eyeshadow look they look perfectly fine. They all blend together very nicely. I love the more unique shimmery shades, as well as the staple colors, because you can never do wrong with some essential colors, like the matte brown, black and white. I am very happy to have this palette.

Would you like me to do an eyeshadow look featuring some of these shades? Let me know! 

That was it for today! I hope you enjoyed reading this. 

See you next time! 

Your Belgian blogger,

xoxo, Tessa

Disclaimer: not sponsored. I bought everything with my own money and these are my honest opinions. Pictures are all mine. Please note that I am not a professional. 

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