These days, every drugstore brand has an eyeshadow palette.
I happen to think that's pretty great because it means that there are a lot of affordable palette options out there to try.
I was interested in trying one of the Revlon Colorstay Not Just Nudes Shadow Palette when they first came out at the end of last year, but I was a little hesitant because I've never been that fond of Revlon's eye shadows.
But Revlon was recently on sale at CVS, though, and I was in the mood for some new makeup, so I decided to bite the bullet and pick up the Not Just Nudes Shadow Palette in Romantic Nudes.
The palettes come in fairly simple black plastic packaging. It also includes a double-ended brush, with a flat shader end and a fluffy blending end. It's not the greatest brush in the world, but it could work in a pinch to do a quick eye look.
There are 10 shadows in the palette, which has a pink and purple shade range. The majority of the shades have a shimmery or satin-y finish, but there are three mattes as well.
|Revlon Colorstay Not Just Nudes Shadow Palette in Romantic Nudes|
|Revlon Colorstay Not Just Nudes Shadow Palette in Romantic Nudes top row swatches|
|Revlon Colorstay Not Just Nudes Shadow Palette in Romantic Nudes bottom row swatches|
I actually like this palette much better than any of the larger Maybelline palettes that have come out in recent years because they're easier to work with.
Now, they're not the world's greatest shadows, but I think they're a good deal for the approximately $14.99 that they retail for (even more so if you can get them when Revlon's on sale).
The palettes are available anywhere you can purchase Revlon products.
Have you tried the Revlon Colorstay Not Just Nudes Shadow Palettes? Are you a fan?