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Deborah Milano Soft Smokey Eyeshadow Palette Review, Swatches, Photos

by Tavia

Hello beauties!

Deborah Milano has released for spring 2016 new variations of Smokey Eye Palettes that I told you about earlier. Today is Deborah Milano Soft Smokey Eyeshadow Palette to be reviewed since last week I showed you Deborah Violet Smokey Eye Palette (review, photos, swatches).


Where to buy:

Romania – Now at Kendra, Debenhams and Carrefour.

Deborah Milano Smokey Eye Palette No.04 Soft Smokey (53.00 Lei for 5 g) is a combination of five beige, brown and black eyeshadows in different finishes. Deborah describes its eyeshadows as being very pigmented, so even though I’m not denying they do have a decent color payoff, I could hardly describe them as intense, rich and pigmented.

Swatches bellow were taken on bare skin so no eyeshadow primer or base was used prior the application. The palette offers a nice combination of colors from light beige to dark brown and black, basically the classic shades that you need for a day nude eye makeup or a more sophisticated smokey eye.

They apply well, without any fall out, adhere well onto the skin but I would definitely used them over a cream shadow or a primer to make the colors look more vibrant and intense.

The shadows have a smooth, silky and soft formula, quite buttery I might say for the lightest shade and they do blend easily. You have a fine mixture of textures from matte to shimmer and metallic so you can easily combine them for a day or night time appropriate look.

The packaging is not the most attractive one in my opinion, even though the palette comes in an unique shape with a transparent lid that snaps shut and also allows you to see the colors. It also has a mini duo-sponge applicator that I actually never used but may come in handy if you are on the go and you need a quick retouch.

Enjoy more photos…





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