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BPerfect LMD Master Palette

Where do I even start? Isn’t she a total babe?!! Let’s just say the BPerfect and LMD Master collab is 100% me, in a palette. It screamed my name from the minute I seen it and I have to say, she didn’t disappoint. Let’s get into it, sorry about the rambles so far.

So, what exactly is she? Well, this palette contains 12 eyeshadows. A mix of mattes and shimmers (to die for) with striking colours from the most beautiful burnt orange to a reddish pink that most definitely will get the creative juices flowing. It also contains a highlighter, a matte contour and a beautiful peach blush making this my perfect travel addition. This might just get a holiday outta me this year.

On first glimpse people that prefer a more natural eye look may find this a tad bit too much. Some of the shades look slightly pertrifying but you would be totally surprised how versatile they are. The left side of the palette has those beautiful warm orange shades while the right side leans more to the reddish/pink tones. Both sides are equally lovely in my opinion but the orange tones just sing to me.

This palette as I said is versatile. It suits lots of skin tones, eye colours and ages even. Although the colours are strong they can be applied lightly for a stunning natural look or if you fancy a more dramatic look they will definitely work for that too.

There isn’t one of these shadows that isn’t packed with pigment. For me it is very obvious that a Makeup Artist was behind this palette. The shadows also blend out so well and can be layered beautifully to create a deep, smoked out, well blended look to your shadows (my favourite type of look).

On first use some of the eyeshadows may seem a little chalky and dry, particularly the red shade (Louise) and the black (Noir) but you can see below that once use a bit they are a dream.

The face products too are pretty great. The highlight is super glowy and looks fab as a shadow too. When using as a highlight, I do prefer this on tanned skins though, its a little too gold for paler skins I think.  If you are paler and want to use it try mixing with a touch of Beam for even more eye-catching highlight. The contour is lovely and can be built up to add some more pigment for darker skins. The blush Peachy is just that, peachy perfect!

Some people have said that this palette lacks a transition shade but I would have to disagree. The shade Marbs is fab for a strong eye look while either the contour, blush or eyeshadow Prinny all work great too. Plenty to choose from depending on the look you are going for.

I do really enjoy the packaging too. Its pretty compact and sturdy (considering it is made from card). I also enjoy the magnet closure, it makes it feel a lot more secure for travel.

The price point is deadly too. €30/£25 in my opinion is quiet reasonable for this size palette. I also love the fact that there are so many stockists of this brand so you don’t need to go too far to nab one. You can find a full list of stockists on the BPerfect website.

I can honestly say, this is one of my favourite palettes I have used in a very long time. What are your thoughts on it? Have you tried it or will you be buying it? Lemme know in the comments below.

Also, if you have tried it don’t forget to rate it below to let others know your thoughts on it.

PS. I did originally get this as a press sample BUT I lost it and decided I couldn’t live without it so I bought another one. Hence the reason it took me so long to review it.

Have a lovely day

Anita xxx

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