Bobbi Brown ‘Nude on Nude’ & ‘Surf & Sand’ Palettes

I love when brands like Bobbi Brown bring out limited edition palettes, as I find them a great way to add groups of colour to my kit – it’s so much easier than personally grouping tones and messing about with individual shadows.

I had felt recently that I was low on gold & bronze neutral options, so I was thrilled when I spotted the new palettes on Bobbi Brown’s website.

I bought the ‘Nude on Nude’ and the ‘Surf & Sand’ palettes, and created a quick look using them tonight.

I used Ivory & Birch from ‘Nude on Nude’ and Frappe, Saddle & Blazing Star from ‘Surf & Sand’.

The palettes are really versatile, with a range of matte & shimmer shades, there is one duplicate shadow which is in both palettes, a little annoying, but not everyone would purchase both.

I’m looking forward to experimenting with these and trying some more golden eye looks.

Sorry for the terrible moody photos!

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Jen x

  • jennyp
    July 4, 2014

    Very lovely look! I want these!! Do you find the containers quite robust? Every bobbi brown compact or pallette I have had has either broken or the make up has shattered? How do you think these measure up to the ubiquitous urban decay nakeds? Xxx

    • jennifer
      July 5, 2014

      I love the Naked palettes, I would say these are different enough shades and tones to merit having both, the naked palettes are much deeper & have less basic nude tones. The packaging seems good to me, I have a lot of Bobbi Brown in my kit & have never had any problems. Jen x

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