W7 on the rocks review

Hi everyone!

I’m sure everyone saw the commotion about the Anastasia Beverly Hills subculture palette when it came out. Because of this I steered clear of it. When the excitement calmed down I let myself have more of a look into it, and realised that I did like the colour scheme. As much as I liked it, no way was I spending that much money on it. I started looking up dupes, and found a popular one, that is only available in America (sigh). I then came across the W7 on the rocks palette. I’d already tried the dusk til dawn palette so was pretty confident with the quality. A bonus is that this palette only cost me £5.99.

One of the main things I like about this palette is the packaging. I’m really in to the square pans and magnetic lid. I’m a sucker for any palette that has this combination. Obviously I really love the colour scheme as well, especially the yellow shades. This palette is perfect for the colder months, but can definitely be used to create stunning looks for summer time as well. I genuinely love all the shades in this palette.

Let’s get onto the shadow quality. I loved the dusk till dawn palette so had high hopes for this one too. I wasn’t disappointed. The mattes are really pigmented & blend so smoothly. They don’t go muddy, aren’t patchy, and last long too. The shimmer shades are really smooth and reflective. The duo chrome shade is stunning and unlike any other shadow I own. Like I said before, you can create warmer looks for the summer, and deeper looks for autumn time as well, which I love. This palette is so versatile.

I don’t think I have anything bad to say about this palette. The darker shades take a little more work, but are still very much easy to use. There’s only a little bit of fall out (which I don’t mind). This palette is really worth while for the price.

I’ve already purchased the delicious palette which I believe is a dupe for the ABH modern renaissance palette. My hopes are high and a review will be coming along soon.

I hope you enjoyed this post!

Have you tried any W7 palettes?

Until next time,

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