One thing I love receiving is vouchers. You know when you have a bad day and you just want to treat yourself but not want to spend loads of money? This is when vouchers are my life. I don't know what I'd do without them! I picked up this palette on a recent trip to Marks and Spencer. Marks and Spencer have up to 60% off in the sale plus free delivery with orders over £50 which is a very good reason to shop! I went in for pyjamas and came out with pyjamas but I also picked up this beauty with my left over money from my vouchers.
After picking up the said pyjamas from Marks and Spencer I noticed the beauty hall next to the lingerie and nightwear section and I couldn't help but wander round it. I've never actually wandering around the beauty section before and then my eyes saw this palette and I'd fallen in love.
Stila is a brand I've never tried anything from before but boy do I want to try out more Stila products after trying this palette out. Compared to the likes of TheBalm and Urban Decay this palette is reasonably priced at only £30. There was another palette I wasn't sure whether to get instead and that was the 'Eyes Are The Window Shadow Palette' in Spirit can we just take a minute to appreciate how beautiful both these palettes are?! I mean what blogger/human being doesn't love rose gold packaging...
Not going to lie this palette is now a real contender for me when it comes to deciding which make-up palette to use in the morning. I always without even thinking reach for one of my Naked Palettes but I'm a little bit obsessed with the colours in this palette. This palette has a mixture of matte and shimmer shades and they are all incredibly pigmented. If I had to pick my top 3 shades from this palette they would be Kitten, Vitality and Affection.
I've had a little look online to see whether this palette was available cheaper elsewhere and you can pick up this beauty a little bit cheaper here...
I'm mind blown by how good this palette is and I can see this being a firm favourite in my make-up routine for 2016. I can't wait to add a couple more Stila palettes to my collection in the future. I think what makes me more excited about this palette is that I can't recall actually reading much about Stila cosmetics so I think this palette is a real gem of a find.
Have you tried Stila products before? Which would you recommend trying out?