Steep vs. Cheap
Steep - $39.00
I've covered 'nude lips' and 'nude nails', so it would only be natural (pun intended) for me to move on to nude eyes. I've never been one for much colour on my eyes...and I generally even steer away from dark eyeliner. That's strictly my personal preference for always having a very natural look to my make-up. Nude shadow palette's are great way to get all your complimentary shadows in one spot. They work together and make for every easy blending resulting in foolproof eyes.
Benefit's World Famous Neutrals Palette includes four powder shadows and two cream shadows. I don't normally use cream shadows because I find them a bit finicky, but I have worn them in the past and they are incredibly long lasting..which I love. They can also be used for eyeliner if you happen to be excellent at applying cream liner. Me...not so much! This kit also include instructions for creating the perfect nude eye.
Available at Sephora and at the Benefit Boutique at 2614 Yonge St. in Toronto.
Cheap - $9.99
I spotted Essence Cosmetics @essence_cosmentics at a Loblaws Supercenter. The cute packaging caught my eye from across the aisle. Included are six shadows, a duo applicator and step by step tutorial on how to create the perfect nude eyes. The super cute tutorial cards (tucked in behind the mirror so you won't loose them) include instructions for daytime and nighttime nude eyes.
Available at select Loblaws locations across Canada as well as Shoppers Drug Mart.