Beauty Bay EYN Berry Palette Review
If you saw my recent beauty haul you may have seen that I received the Beauty Bay EYN Berry 9 Colour Eyeshadow Palette for free, as I had built up enough Tribe points. If you shop on Beauty Bay and haven’t signed up to Tribe I would definitely recommend you do. I had the choice between the Berry palette and the Fiery palette. As the Fiery palette is very similar to the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette I went for Berry. I was super excited for it to arrive as we all know I’m not typically a neutral palette kind of gal so it was something a bit different for me.
A compact collection of nine mixed rich, berry-toned eyeshadows.
Featuring nine shades for lid, crease, liner and highlighter, EYN Berry 9 Colour Palette is everything you need to create warm, berry-toned eye looks. Blendable, ultra-pigmented and long-lasting, these rich shades can be worn alone or used to add definition to looks build from your other EYN palettes.
- 9 shades
- 3 matte shades
- 6 shimmer shades
- Champagne Reception – A pale champagne shimmer shade, ideal for inner corner highlighting
- Laid Bare – Matte, warm-toned peach
- Destiny – Warm, peach/gold shimmer
- New Penny – Bright copper shimmer
- Decadence – Deep brown/muted purple shimmer
- Chesnut Charm – Deep, warm-toned matte brown
- Cookie Dough – Pale beige matte
- Rustic Rose – Pinky, rose shimmer
- Dark Symphony – Dark purple shimmer
I am in love with the holographic cardboard box the Beauty Bay palettes come in. Seriously I could stare at them, twisting them every way so the light hits them differently, for hours. Opening that gorgeous box can be somewhat underwhelming as the outside of the palette is just matte black with the logo printed on it. But when you open the palette all the holographic beauty hits you once more!
This palette is pretty small but bigger than the Huda Beauty palettes and includes a decent mirror. It’s very travel friendly and all the shade names are written under the pans which I always appreciate. The whole palette is made of sturdy cardboard and feels like pretty good quality despite the extremely low price.
Since I already own the EYN Bright 42 Palette I had high expectations for these shades and can say I wasn’t let down. The colours are so pretty and it’s such an ideal palette for everyday wear. I’ve been using this a lot in the mornings before work. It’s quick and easy to use, blends really well together and is ideal for pretty, subtle looks.
These shadows are decently pigmented and I didn’t experience any fallout with them which is always great. Despite being a neutral palette there is a good range of different shades and I was able to crate several looks that would be suitable for any occasion.
So, as always I have created 3 looks with this palette to show you all the variety of the shades as well as allowing me to properly play with all of them!
For the first look, I used the shade Laid Bare as my transition. I then used Chestnut Charm for the crease and outer corners. Next, I cut my crease with some concealer and applied New Penny to the centre of my lid. Lastly, I used Champagne Reception for my inner corner highlight.
For the second look, I wanted to create something super quick, easy and pretty that can be worn every day for work. So I started with Laid Bare on the outer corners and blended it up to the crease. I also used this shade for my lower lash line. Then I applied Destiny all over my little for a subtle shimmer.
For my last look, I went for something darker that would work for a night out. I used Chestnut Charm on the outer corners and my crease. Then used Dark Symphony all over my lid. To lift the look I then apples Rustic Rose on the centre of my lid.
For the price of this palette, I am really impressed and would recommend anyone trying a Beauty Bay palette. This is my second one and I do plan on purchasing more in the future.
The shades are all really pigmented and easy to apply and blend. The colours are stunning and it’s a perfect palette to travel with. I honestly have nothing negative to say about it. It’s a great little palette that won’t break the bank and would be ideal for those who are just starting out in makeup.
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