Thank God it’s Friday already :smiley: To help you survive today I am reviewing a pre-filled MAC Eye shadow Warm Neutral Palette. After MAC revised all their prices it was pretty impossible to fill a palette that I was yearning to customise for a long time now. So I got my hands on the MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette which brought me back my sanity. :relieved:

MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette Review

What the company claims?

A MAC Eye Shadow Palette in fifteen warm shades: Hey, Warm Breeze, Gingersnap, Dark Brew, Dance in the Dark, Brule Vanilla Extract, Honey Lust, Amber Lights, Saddle, Lemon Tart, Butterfudge, Creative Copper, Unwind and Divine Decadence. The highly pigmented powder formula applies evenly, blends and builds beautifully. Pro discount is not applicable.
MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette Review
MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette Review
MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette Review

How did MAC Eyeshadow Warm Neutral Palette work for me

To be honest this is the only best Warm Neutral Palette MAC has ever done so far. It is cost effective and if you are a person who is fond of neutral eyeshadows then you should get your hands on this palette. 😀 Earlier last year MAC released two pre-filled neutral palettes consisting of 15 eyeshadows in each palette, 1 warm toned and 1 cool toned, both of which are permanent. These pans are not the ones you can replace other shades with because they are stuck in the palette. Colors from beige to bronze to burgundy and finishes from matte to satin to frosty this palette basically got you covered. This one is no way a dupe for the Naked Palettes ladies. With this palette you can create everyday looks to even dramatic looks.
MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette Review

Swatches Without Any Primer-

MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette Review
MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette Review

Hey (Veluxe Pearl): (Repromote) is a “light taupe”. Hey is a pearl finish with good color payoff and the finish is buttery smooth.
Warm Breeze (Satin): is a “pastel coral”. This shade is almost satin and has minute flecks of glitter.
Gingersnap (Frost): is a “medium reddish pink”. This eyeshadow is rustic looking and has awesome color payoff! This shade is perfect to layer on top off dark smoky eyes for that grungy look.
Dark Brew (Velvet): is a “deep brown burgundy”. This mid-town brown burgundy is really pretty and has pink shimmers all over it. Another beautiful eyeshadow to darken the outer-V or to create smoky eyes.
Dance in the Dark (Matte): (Repromote) is a “grayish brown”. Every palette needs either a jet black or a grayish brown to create smoky eyes or to line the upper lash line.

MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette Review

Brule (Satin): is a “creamy beige” (Permanent). It can be used as an all over lid color to neutralize the redness or veins. And it can also be used to highlight the brow bone and inner corners.
Vanilla Extract (Frost): is a “frosty beige with pink undertones”. It will work well with medium to darker skintones. As it is frosty it can be used as a brow bone highlighter, inner corner highlighter and even as cheek highlighter because it reminds me so much of TheBalm Cindy-Lou Manizer when blended.
Honey Lust (Lustre): is a “shimmery bronze” (Permanent). I have been getting a lot of wear out of this shade although it does have fall outs. The color payoff is buildable and it is a really pretty shade.
Amber Lights (Frost): is a “deep bronze” (Permanent). This is a great shade with an amazing color payoff and will suit every skintone. It is very smooth and buttery soft.
Saddle (Matte): is a “neutral orange brown” (Permanent) and is described as one of the best transition colors ever.

MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette Review

Lemon Tart (Veluxe Pearl): is a “pastel yellow”. It is a frosted pastel yellow and has good color payoff. The texture is smooth and it great for brow bone highlight too.
Creative Copper (Lustre): is a “shimmery gold” (Repromote). This shade is pretty similar to Honey Lust in terms of color payoff, texture and fall outs. While using these two shades make sure to use an eyeshadow primer underneath.
Butterfudge (Satin): is a “muted brown”. If you want my lids but better this shade is the way to go. It is perfect for ladies who do not have time for an elaborate eye makeup.
Divine Decadence (Velvet): is a “dark brown bronze” (Repromote). This shadow has golden undertones and is a pretty dark bronze shimmery brown. This shadow has gritty shimmers which I am not a fan of.
Unwind (Veluxe Pearl): is a “muted olive”. This eyeshadow is a muted shade. It has the same texture as Butterfudge another MLBB shade for the girls on the go.

:+1: Turn Ons-

• Fabulous neutral shades.
• Sturdy Packaging.
• Eyeshadows blends like a dream.
• Travel friendly.
• Worth buying if you’re more into neutrals.
• Cost effective even when you compare it with refill pans.

:-1: Turn Offs-

• Availability.

Rating- 5/5
Price- 9900 INR

Would I Repurchase MAC Eyeshadow Warm Neutral Palette Again?

This will definitely last me for a very long time. So.. Yes.. No… Maybe.. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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6 Comments on MAC Eye Shadow Warm Neutral Palette Review

    • Pavithra Balakrishnan
      May 1, 2015 at 8:22 pm (4 years ago)

      Actually it is cheaper when compared to even MAC single refill eyeshadow pans :blush:

  1. [email protected]
    May 8, 2015 at 9:43 pm (4 years ago)

    Such gorgeous shades they are, wish the price was a bit on the lower side. 🙂

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    • Pavithra Balakrishnan
      May 8, 2015 at 9:57 pm (4 years ago)

      Yes the shades are super gorgeous and pigmented!! :smiley:

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