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Review

The little round pot that's eight shades of nude

September 24th 2015 / Judy Johnson Google+ Judy Johnson / 0 comment

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What did Bourjois' little round pot do next? Well, this time it's a nude awakening...

The little round pot has had a makeover; and most importantly, it’s gone nude.

Spare your blushes, however, as it’s fully dressed in a suitably shiny version of the pot we all know and love. As ever, though, it’s what’s inside that counts, and Bourjois has excelled itself in creating a range of nude eyeshadows with the silkiest, softest texture you could possibly find; so velvety it could almost be a cream shadow, it applies like a light powder with high pigment and the finish of your choice.

Pick from three textures - pearly, matte or shimmer - and use either dry as an easily blended eyeshadow or wet for more definition. Together, the new range of eight shades create a covetable palette for a nude smokey eye; from a pearly off-white beige to a gently frosted brown.

The super smooth finish is what shines with this shadow; no matter what your preferred texture, each one adds colour flawlessly and with no creasing or drop. The little round pot is as sophisticated as ever - pick up all eight and that’s your oh-so modern party season smoulder sorted.

The new eyeshadows launch on 30th September 2015 for £6.99 each

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