Thursday, 10 July 2014

Naked Cosmetics Color Collections Ebony Swatches



Evening guys! How are you all today? A lot of you know that i went to IMATS London last week and picked up a hell of a lot of makeup!

I was keen on visiting the Naked Cosmetics booth, because you can only order the products online and i wanted to really swatch the products beforehand. Lets just say i was mega impressed and ended up buying two stacks!


This is the Ebony stack, which apparently is the most popular stack in their entire collection and i can see why!

All the shades in the Ebony collection have a black undertone to it, allowing you to create a very dramatic look. These pigments can also be used on the lips, face and nails.


They were retailing at IMATS for £30 per stack, or £50 for two stacks. I will be talking about the other stack at a later date. On the site you can purchase them for $59.99 (approximately £35), so the saving wasn't humungous but i was so pleased they were at IMATS!

I can't explain to you how unbelievably rich and pigmented these are! I would prefer to use these pigments wet, even though they can be used dry as well. The intensity of the pigments when used wet are out of this world! 

Apologies for not doing them in order.....i didn't realise EB05 and EB06 were the wrong way round! It's Ramadan, so i hope you guys can forgive my forgetfulness! 


You can see below how incredible these shades are! EB06 reminds me of MAC's Black Tied, but much more intense. I love how deep these pigments are and my favourite has to be EB03 and EB04!

Swatched wet

I can't wait to start creating some looks with these beautiful pigments! They are honestly so, so pretty! I'm kinda wishing i had picked up a few more stacks!

If you are based in the UK, you can purchase Naked Cosmetics from Guru Makeup Emporium for £49.95.

Have you tried any of the Naked Cosmetics color collections?

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2 comments:

  1. Wow these look fab! Prob not for the amateur everyday make up wearer like me but great for people with skills like you.

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  2. They look pretty much like some shades on the Smoked Palette, but the blue and the bronzy type of color are SO GORGEOOOOOOOOOOOOUS! ♥

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