Featuring sixteen little cubes of both matte and shimmery, creamy eyeshadows, the palette has already been likened to the Naked palette via my Instagram photograph of it earlier in the week. While it is a little comparable to that popular palette, I’d describe it as an everyday, affordable alternative. The shadows are certainly of good quality, although I find they are more shimmery than pigmented, and they do apply really well. My favourite shades are dotted with Photoshop scribbles, for reference, and I tend to use the pale champagne colour as a highlight, the warmer gold/taupe shades all over the lid, with the bottom row colours to define.
At just £4, I would absolutely recommend this to anyone looking for a palette for day and night looks. The plastic case palette itself probably wouldn’t survive much travel, but it is ideal for popping in a weekend bag if you’re careful with it, and it’d look equally as good on your dressing table. Will you be picking up this supermarket savvy choice? ♥