Saturday, 22 June 2019

Zoeva Melody Eyeshadow Palette Review + Swatches

I am forever browsing beauty websites such as Beauty Bay and Look Fantastic etc to see which beauty products are new in and I must admit that I ummed and aahhed a little about the Zoeva Melody Eyeshadow Palette at first. I have never delved that deeply into Zoeva before and online the colours looked nice but perhaps quite similar to something I already had in my palette collection. That was until I watched a video by my favourite You Tuber Tati Westbrook, and she did some swatches of this palette, and they just looked so beautiful, I ordered it that evening.
The Zoeva Melody Eyeshadow Palette has the same design as the majority of their other palettes, with the most stunning gold and holographic butterfly art work on the inner and outer packaging. There isn't a mirror within this palette, but to be honest I normally use my dressing table mirror anyway, so that isn't a problem for me. You get ten eye shadows included in the palette, featuring three mattes and then some shimmer and sparkle shadows. Two of the mattes are brown and you could easily use these as eyebrow shades if you were taking this palette on holiday with you.
You will find the following shades in the Melody palette;
Gowns Swirling - Matte porcelain pink with baby pink glitter
Airy Dalliance - Satin light rose gold
Gentle Clasp - Satin lilac with glitter
Cocoon Of Doubt - Satin antique gold
Fly Solo - Matte cool ash brown
From Heaven - Duo-chrome rose satin with golden green shift
Whirled Above - Matte warm nude
Crystal Wings - Duo-chrome rust-red satin base with golden green shift
Soul Unheld - Shimmer golden bronze
About To Leave - Matte rich espresso brown
I love how you get some neutral mattes, some neutral shimmers and satins, but then you get that pop of colour with Gentle Clasp and the duo-chrome shades which have a shift to them. Some of these shades are truly mesmerising and they do work well together, also with having those matte transition shades, you can create a full look which is another great reason to travel with this palette. The shadows themselves are very pigmented, and I didn't really have any trouble swatching them, and there was certainly no fall-out when using my eyeshadow brushes with them. Going by the quality of this palette, I would definitely buy another Zoeva eye shadow palette.
The Zoeva Melody Eyeshadow Palette costs £21.00 which works out great value at £2.10 per eye shadow. You can find it online at Zoeva here.

All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

No comments:

Post a Comment