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**The full review is up on my blog- link below**
The palette is the same size, both length- and width- wise as the Urban Decay Naked palette. It even comes with the same magnetic closure, although a tad weaker. It is made out of a fairly cheap cardboard material and comes with a decent sized- mirror as well as a brush comparable to the one that comes with the original UD palette.
For the actual shadows, (which is where the disappointment kicks in), most of the colors in this palette tend to look muddy on the skin, particularly the darker colors, and are very hard to blend out without making your eye look like a mess.
The formula of the shadows are quite hit or miss. Unfortunately most of them are very chalky, hard to blend, and lack pigment, although a few do happen to be quite smooth and pigmented..
Overall, I was very disappointed in this palette and glad that I got to try it out instead of having to pay the retail price of $40 on it. I would not recommend this product and instead advise you to try out Paula`s amazing skin care line instead.