Thursday 16 May 2019

Diego dalla Palma Nuda Eyeshadow Palette

Nude eyeshadow palettes are my absolute weakness. It is my comfort zone, they are shades I like to wear daily and I feel most of the shades I choose to wear work well with how I like to dress.  There are some days when I want the full-on smokey eye and others when I want the barely there, but it is there look.
Diego dalla Palma Nuda Eyeshadow Palette
Diego dalla Palma Nuda Eyeshadow Palette Case
The New Nuda Eyeshadow Palette from Diego Dalla Palma is one of those palettes that jumps right out at me and says 'You NEED me' and it is true, I do.  Since it arrived a good few months ago, it has been my go-to palette for every single day.

As you can see, the Nuda Eyeshadow Palette is a hard plastic casing which is incredibly durable and it contains a mirror which fits the entire top of the casing. Inside the palette Nuda contains 12 stunning, highly pigmented shades all of which are nude and warm colours and they are said to have been inspired by the colours of the earth.  
Diego dalla Palma Nuda Eyeshadow Shades
The shades are:
  • Naked - This is a beautiful neutral brown which works really well on its own for a smokey eye or alongside Madame Skin.
  • Bare Green - Green is not usually a shade I would choose, but this earthy green with a hint of shimmer is just stunning.
  • Ballerina - This is a stunning soft champagne gold shade and again, you can use it alone or with any of the other shades. 
  • All About Nude -  This is the perfect nude. Not too brown, not too light, perfectly blends and is one you can add too for an evening look. 
  • Lace - Another Shimmer which takes on a bit of a gold tone to it in the light
  • Skin Tone - Is almost a peachy shade, I have used this as a base shade a few times and it is also great for the 'not there eye makeup days'.
  • Chiffon - This is a really lovely, almost orange shimmer shade and it is one I use alongside Lady Nude.
  • Venus - The one shade I have also used as a highlighter because it is stunning. A shimmer shade which isn't too gold or yellow, but almost barely white and I love it. 
  • Too Mauve - This isn't mauve at all, it is a much red toned deep pink shade depending on the light and it works great on its own or with a bit of shimmer.
  • Nuda - For me, this is the weakest shade on the palette and it is a really light almost yellow tone shade, again, works better as a base shade and with the lighter shimmers.
  • Lady Nude - This is my go-to shade, the one I have used the most. It is the barely-there nude and it works with every other shade on this palette.
  • Madame Skin - My second favourite shade on the palette after Lady Nude and it is a brown shimmer with a very slight bronze hue, noticeable in direct light.
What I love about this palette is that each one of the shades, whether it is a shimmer or a matte, works well with something else on the palette and they are all just so versatile and pigmented. As you can see from the swatches below, which are totally unedited and you see them as I swatched them, there are just some beautiful shades to work with.
Diego dalla Palma Nuda Eyeshadow Palette Swatches
Diego dalla Palma Nuda Eyeshadow Palette Swatches
 I love that this palette is suitable for all skin tones and I love that there is the most stunning shade of Green, one which I have used and it isn't my favourite colour usually to go for because I have blue eyes.

This Diego Dalla Palma Nuda Eyeshadow Palette is priced at just £29.50 from Marks and Spencer* and £32.50 from Lookfantastic*.

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