The eyeshadows are good quality for the price, giving you a relatively good colour pay off and a smooth finish. The darker shades are more pigmented, but overall the eyeshadows are a good base for any eye look and are perfect for day wear. These are definitely the highlight of the palette.
|Eyeshadow collection (x4 shades)|
The bronzers are three very similar shades that create a subtle glow and can be built up for a more sculpted look. Like the eyeshadows the formula is soft, but it takes a bit of playing to get the colours right - I advise some colour mixing here to get a shade that's perfect for your skin tone and also weather appropriate. These aren't offensive but they're also not really dark, so you may want to top up with something else for the evening.
|Bronzer collection (x3 shades)|
The lipglosses and lipsticks are all very similar shades. I'm not entirely sure which are the lipsticks and which are the lipglosses as the formula isn't that different between them - all very sheer and creamy. These are my least fave out of the palette as they remind me a little bit of those freebie glosses you got with your Sugar magazine (do they still make that?!) but at 35p each you can't complain... They just make the palette complete by giving you the tools to finish your look.
|Lipstick/Lipgloss (x4 shades)|
This isn't the best palette I've ever come across by a long shot, but at £3.79 it offers a lot of products in one small package that would be perfect for throwing in your bag or taking on a long weekend away. I'll be taking this to festivals over the summer as I know I won't mind if it gets a bit of mud, cider or grass in it! The shades are all very universal and the formulas basic, but Beauty UK aren't trying to be Dior - they're trying to bring cheap products to the masses. This is what they achieve very well... Worth a look!