Burberry Complete Eye Palette #15 Sage Green from English Rose collection

Today I want to share with you my opinion about Burberry Complete Eye Palette #15 Sage Green from a spring collection of the brand. If you remember, my latest makeups that I had shared with you were done using this Burberry Eye Pallette. You can see my posts: My lastest makeup & Some pics and Makeup of the day with Burberry Makeup.

Burberry Complete Eye Palette #15 Sage Green  from English Rose collection

Burberry Complete Eye Palette #15 Sage Green from English Rose collection

Palette contains four shades of shadows. They don't have names, so I'll try to describe them myself. The lightest shade of pale yellow hue "eggnog" with lots of reflective particles is designed to "highlight" (corners of the eyes, space under brows, etc.) , bronze-brown shade with metallic effect is great for creating eye contour, satin pale green with a bit of gray tone with a minimum amount of silver shimmer is a good base for color, and bright green metallic with silver and gold shimmer is the main color that catches the eye.

A quartet of densely pigmented, coordinating eye colours that enrich the skin and remain vibrant all day

The formulation of each shadow has been customised to give a targeted texture for a specific use: luminising base highlighter, two medium colours to add shape, and an intense liner

The skin protecting, glide-on formula is blended with satin smooth silicones and enriching conditioners

    I like to work with Burberry eyeshadow: they are well blending and uniformly applying. When blending you can achieve a smoother tone, when layering or applying with a wet brush you can get more intense pigmentation. Looking at my Burberry Eye Palette, I see that the pale yellow tone is the most frequently used shade. It goes well with different shades of eyeshadow, even beyond the Burberry Beauty line, as well as it goes great "solo". I love the green shades of eyeshadow, that's why I chose Sage Green #15. I like to use the bright green shadow as an eyeliner using the "built-in" Burberry angled brush. By the way, that angled brush from the set is just a great tool for creating beautiful wings! Another brush and a sponge are not used by me - they are not so comfy for me.