Wednesday, 8 August 2018

REVIEW: OPV GORGEOUS 2 EYE SHADOW PALETTE

I am an avid eye shadow palette collector. I have way too many and often find it hard to choose which one to use however when I received this OPV gorgeous 2 palette for Christmas last year I was absolutely buzzing and always find myself reaching for it regularly!



The palette comes with 35 shades (yes - you heard me right!) which range from reds, to oranges and golds in both a metallic and shimmer form. The colours are stunning and the palette is perfect if you want to create a sunset eye look! I have blue/grey eyes so I like to wear bright reds, oranges and gold to make my eyes pop more so this palette is perfect for me.

The palette is £27 which is actually so affordable for what you get; you can create a tonne of different looks and is great to take away with you as you don't need anything else. The only thing I feel like it's missing is a couple of matte transition shades but other than that it's perfect.


The palette is so versatile and you can come up with so many different looks. I always tend to gravitate to a golden brown smokey eye or if I'm feeling adventurous I like to do a sunset eye using the orange and red shades. I am also obsessed with the burgundy eye look during the autumn/winter months so I can't wait to bring that back when the weather gets colder. These sorts of shades look amazing with my blue/grey eyes.




Have any of you tried out this palette before? What are your go to shades?

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  1. I love the look of this palette, it's one that'll be great for summer and autumn! The swatches look so good too xx

    Hannah | luxuryblush

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    1. The orange shades are amazing for summer but I'm going tot be obsessing over the burgundy shades for autumn winter - it's one of my favourite palettes!!

      Katie | www.justkatiee.com XX

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