Make Up Revolution London NEW-TRALS vs NEUTRALS palette REVIEW ☆

Hello beauties,
how are you doing? It's finally March, which means that Spring is near.
Today I am going to talk about an eyeshadow palette that I recently got online. It's the "NEW-TRALS vs NEUTRALS" palette by Make Up Revolution. I ordered it from their official site, since there are no stores (or at least not in Turin) that sell products from this brand.
Before ordering it, I had read a lot of good reviews about it, and a lot of people claimed that the quality was amazing and the price was not high at all. You know what? IT'S TRUE (more or less)!
I was really happy when I first used this palette, swatching all the colours on the back of my hand and looking at how beautiful they were. They are, I mean. The only downside is the fact that almost all the glittery shades have an issue with fallout.
There are 16 colours, and the palette includes a dual-ended eyeshadow brush as well.

As you can see, there are some colour that are not really pigmented. But you can use an eyeshadow primer if you want a better colour payoff.

1 - Bias, a nude champagne shade with a little bit of shimmer.
2 - Neutral, a matte mauve, perfect as a transitional shade. It's quite similar to "Naked", of the Naked1 palette.
3 - Personal, a shimmery pink.
4 - Vogue, a beautiful coral shade.
5 - Trend, a warm "terracotta" eyeshadow. I love this!
6 - New tral, a lovely deep pink.
7 - Tone, a matte "burgundy" shade.
8 - Custom, which is a dark brown shade with some violet shimmer in it.
9 - Cool, a matte cream colour. The pigmentation is "so so".
10 -Style, a glittery light pink colour. I am not really fond of this one, since it leaves some glitter fallout.
11 - Partial, a glittery pink colour. Same problem as Style.
12 - Mode, a shimmery bronze shade
13 - Adapt, a matte "mauvish" brown shade.
14 - Buff, a lovely brown.
15 - Suit, a "greyish" brown with a little bit of shimmer.
16 - Strong, a black colour with some subtle purple glitter.

You can build up the colour as you like, making it more pigmented or less pigmented. It is easy to work with!

Pro: good pigmentation, except two or three shades. Since there are both matte and shimmery shades, this palette is pretty versatile. Personally, I prefer the matte ones!
Affordable, and easy to use.
Con: risk of fallout with some shades, especially the glittery ones.
Price: 8.49 
Rating: 9/10

Have you ever tried this palette? Or any products by Make Up Revolution?
Please let me know in the comment section!
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