BPerfect's latest eyeshadow palette has serious pigment and won't break the bank 8 months ago

BPerfect's latest eyeshadow palette has serious pigment and won't break the bank

Christmas list hunting?

Us too.

When you're making your list and checking it twice - ha, punny! It's important to make sure you've done your research, especially when it comes to makeup.

As there are so many brands out there and new products dropping every hour of every day, it can be overwhelming to know exactly what it is to get, what's actually good and what's worth the splurge.

For us in Her, we're forever testing and playing with makeup. Never sticking with one brand, we love to mix 'n' match, play around with different brands and different price ranges.

And so, once we've done a little playing with a product, we like to fill you in on what's good and what we should be definitely drawing your attention to.

One product which I'm personally loving at the moment is the latest palette from BPerfect. The BPerfect X LMD Palette has been relaunched and it's absolutely incredible.

 

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The pigment is so strong, the consistency is creamy and the colours stick and stay.

The palette has face and eye products for highlighting and giving a brown-based blush but it's the 8 eyeshadows which steal the show.

They're so strong and perfect for Christmas nights out. My favourite has got to be the shade 'flames', it's a rust colour with a metallic finish and it honestly makes my eyes pop with the use of very little product.

What's also music to my ears is the price at €29.95, it's affordable and would also make for a handy Kris Kringle gift for a friend.

 

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Shop the palette here

According to Peta, BPerfect Cosmetics is also cruelty-free which is great news and something we like to always support. BPerfect also has a Beauty without Bunnies certificate on their site here.

In more makeup news, as we speak about the influx of products launching on the daily, it's clear that it's also negatively affecting some large beauty brands as Bourjois has announced today that it will no longer be for sale in the UK and Ireland.

Read more here.