In Beauty by Gemma Tomlinson0 Comments

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I don’t normally do this, but every once in a while it happens – I’m blogging about an item I just got today. This morning the postman dropped off a parcel from Benefit HQ and since it’s Saturday and it’s a legal requirement to have a lazy morning (you know what I’m talking about) I hadn’t got a scrap of makeup on yet and decided to have a little play. There are a lot of nude, wearable palettes floating around, from Urban Decay’s Naked offerings to my personal favourite Stila’s In The Light (post here) and a plethora of high street alternatives but since the majority of us opt for shades like this on a daily basis, the more the merrier.

There are three options, (pictured top-bottom)  Eyenessa’s Sexiest Nudes, Eyenessa’s Most Glamourous Nudes and finally Eyenessa’s Easiest Nudes. I’m not sure who Eyenessa is but it seems like she’s been a busy bee. All three box sets contain what have to be my all-time favourite Benefit product ever – the Creaseless Cream Shadows. These really don’t budge and make a great base or shadow and the darker shades can be used as liners. I’ve been using these since about 2007 and have never felt the need to buy a MAC Paintpot because I think these are pretty damn good and they last forever. Each box comes with four powder shadows, two cream shadows a guide for how to apply. I used the the “Easy” offering today for a natural lazy Saturday eye with no liner and I really like the shades. What do you think of these? Which is your favourite?

The Benefit World Famous Neutrals are available for £23.50 from Benefit UK.

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