My favourite colour in the whole wide world is pink, and I just love pink eyeshadow. Sadly, until recently, finding an eyeshadow palette with mostly pink shades in it was very difficult. When I first spotted the Makeup Revolution New-trals vs. Neutrals Eyeshadow Palette, I was drawn to the large number of pink tones in it. At just £6.99, it was a no brainer, I had to have it.

As you can probably see from the pictures, the lettering on the palette does not stand up to the test of time. However, when a palette costs less than a tenner, I'm really not that bothered about the packaging remaining pristine.

I suppose what's important is how the product inside performs.

In terms of performance, each shade is a bit hit and miss. Generally, the lighter shades of the palette are not as good as the darker shades. They lack pigment and it requires a lot more product to build up to the colour you want. However, I really, really like the darker shades. You barely need to use any product at all to get a really deep, intense colour.

The shade range is really versatile. You can great soft, subtle and delicate looks, or go seriously grungy and smoky. This means I get a lot of wear out of it.

The Makeup Revolution New-trals vs. Neutrals Eyeshadow Palette is a really great little buy and although it's not quite as good as my Urban Decay and Too Faced palettes, it's also a fraction of the price and the shade range was exactly what I was looking for when I bought it. Recommended!