MAC Warm Neutrals 15x Eyeshadow Palette // Review


When it comes down to make up, eyes are my favourite part to play around with since you can create so many different looks and also use the eyeshadow in different ways to enhance the colour of your eyes or make the shape of the eyes appear different. There's definitely a lot more versatility when it comes to eye make up then anything else.

As you probably know I love MAC and it's hands down my favourite brand of make up, for a while now I've been building up my own MAC eyeshadow palette however when I was browsing the internet I stumbled across their already filled eyeshadows in Warm Neutral and Cool Neutral and I couldn't help but add them both to my basket. 

I will be reviewing the Cool Neutral palette in the near future but today's post is on the Warm Neutral palette.


The palette comes in the usual MAC Palettes which you can purchase to build your own palette the only difference between these and building your own palette is that you can not remove the eyeshadows from this as they're permanently fixed into the palette which I know some people have complained about but it honestly doesn't bother me.


The MAC Warm Neutrals Palette contains 15 shades, 4 of which are permanent shades, another 4 are repromoted and the rest are all limited edition shades for this particular palette.

Obviously as this is the warm neutrals palette, all the shades are warm toned which as I have a warm skin tone I find these shades suit my skin tone and eye colour (green/hazel) better than the cool toned palette does which is the reason this is my favourite out the two and reach to this on more of a daily basis.



One of my favourite things about the palette is that it comes in a range of finishes, so you can use different shadows for different purposes and get different effects from the different finishes.

The shades are described as -

TOP ROW - 
Hey: Metallic Coral (Veluxe Pearl Finish)
Warm Breeze: Pastel Coral (Satin Finish)
Gingersnap: Deep Rosy Pink (Frost Finish)
Dark Brew: Dark Chocolate with a Pink Pearl (Velvet Finish)
Dance In The Dark: Dark Brown (Matte Finish)

MIDDLE ROW - 
Brule: Soft Creamy Beige (Velvet Finish)
Vanilla Extract: Soft Warm Yellow Beige (Frost Finish)
Honey Lust: Bronze-dipped Peach (Lustre Finish)
Amber Lights: Peachy Brown with Shimmer (Frost Finish)
Saddle: Golden Orange Brown (Matte Finish)

BOTTOM ROW -
Lemon Tart: Metallic Gold (Veluxe Pearl Finish)
Butter Fudge: Frosted Gold (Lustre Finish)
Creative Copper: Dirty Mocha with Gold Pearl (Satin Finish)
Devine Decadance: Soft Bronze (Velvet Finish)
Unwind: Dirty Olive (Veluxe Pearl Finish)

All the shades are very pigmented and apply like a dream, they are easy to pack onto the lid or easy to blend which makes it so easy to pair colours together and create a new looke each day. The shadows have minimal fall out and I've experienced no problems at all with them.


This is hands down my favourite eye shadow palette I own and when it comes to neutral palettes I own a lot. I love the shades as they are a different tone and shade then what comes in most neutral palettes.

The Warm Neutrals Palette is a little on the more expensive shade to most palettes already on the market but I think it's worth it considering you get 15 shades which to buy a pan of eyeshadow from MAC would be £10 therefore to buy 15 would be £150 and then the palette itself to buy would be £16.50 so £166.50 if you were to build the palette yourself when this is selling for £65.00 so you are essentially saving just over £100.

The Warm Neturals Palette is definitely worth it if you love playing around with eyeshadow, want to get into wearing eyeshadow and it's a must have for any make up artists. I'm obsessed with it!

Price - £65
Where - MAC Cosmetics

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