Freedom Makeup Mono Eyeshadow

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Apologies that I have been distant from blogging lately, everything has been so so hectic with the wedding fast approaching, so many visitors as well as working commitments and the little one I literally haven’t had a minute to sit down to do any posts. With the wedding now over and everyone at home I’m hoping I can get back into it with ease so please bare with me!

A couple of weeks back I won a competition hosted by Freedom Makeup to win a £50 bundle of their makeup, I was over the moon when it was announced as I had already set high standards for the brand knowing how much I love Makeup Revolution. They sent over a package full of a mixture of eye, base and lip products.

Throughout this post I shall be addressing two of their Mono Eyeshadows that I have been absolutely loving and can’t get enough of. Their Mono Eyeshadow in Nude 208 (£1) is a gorgeous shimmery coppery shade fitting for autumn, for £1 I can’t get over how buttery and intensely pigmented this eyeshadow is. As mentioned before in a few previous posts quite a lot of my shadows tend to crease and fade throughout the day due to pretty much constantly looking like I have no eye lids, which is a huge pain in the arse. Though this stays put all day without any creasing at all and the pigment still intense. Gilded 220 (£1) also fits all mentioned above, this is a gorgeous mauve kind of colour which usually isn’t for me but I have taken a liking to this shade, it’s subtle so perfect for work days if not much makeup is allowed or just for those days you want more of a natural look.

I have been absolutely loving both of these eyeshadows and even wearing them on a day to day basis, they are perfect for gorgeous autumn looks.

Have you tried Freedom Makeup yet?

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