Assalamualaikum pretty ladies!
So here I am with the Matte Bright palette review first, just to tease you girls before I go on and review the neutral palette from Makeup Revolution, Iconic 3, which is said to be a dupe for Naked 3. I love looking at Urban Decay's products but for personal reasons, I have decided to boycott myself from buying their products :( believe me, it wasn't an easy decision.
Moving on from that, let's get on to the review, I think this is a new makeup brand that has emerged to be the new budget brand, I really love their choices of eyeshadow palette as they seem to have an abundance of it. The palettes are slightly bigger than the likes of Sleek, MUA and Technic palettes. And somehow, in just an overnight period, they seem to be releasing more new products and I am one happy bunny when there is more eyeshadow palettes to buy, nyehehehe!
The eyeshadows are in a strip arrangement, just like the Naked line's palette, at first I was hesitant to buy these palettes because I assumed they would be very thin and I'm the kind of girl who loves to apply eyeshadows just using my fingers and it might not fit my fatty fingers. But fortunately, they are wide enough to fit my ring finger.
You can actually see the swatches with and without primer, I find that with primer, it helps the texture and the pigmentation itself. I find the electric blue to be utterly useless, I guess I don't mind since I have too many blues in my collection. The one that I really like is the grey eyeshadow, the texture is quite creamy than the rest of them, some are a bit chalky, some are powdery. The palette itself requires a lot f work as I find it hard to blend them when I use them as a crease color for a pop of color, using these to line underneath your eyes is easy, but blending it is a little hard.
Overall, I would give this palette a so-so rating, maybe because they are bright matte colors so it might be hard to make sure they are spot on. I might just give up on buying bright matte colors after this, lol.