Soap and Glory Lid Stuff in What’s Nude

If there is one thing that I love with all my heart is a GREAT neutral palette.  Recently I witnessed a thread on a beauty forum about what was required to call a group of eyeshadows a palette.  I declare this Soap and Glory quad in What’s Nude a palette due to the fact you can do an entire look and not need to have any other eyeshadow added.  There is a light, medium and dark matte shadow and a shimmery taupe.  *sigh*  and *swoon*
As you can see, it didn’t strike me to review this until after I had given it a lot of love already.  This quad instantly became a staple in my makeup routine.  Such a versatile group of shades.  It is perfect on it’s own but if you wanted to use it based around another shade it seems to work perfectly as well.  
The creators over at Soap and Glory are geniuses in my opinion.  The look of their palette is seriously recognizable. **AHEM** MAC **AHEM**  Whether they intended on having such similar looking packaging to a leading brand or not, it was certainly a smart move.  The eyeshadows are also quite large at 1.5 grams each, and you can get this entire quad at or around the same price as one MAC eyeshadow.  

Top Row: Vanilla, Pink T.  Botton Row: Mudhoney, Aubersheen.
One thing that could be more important than the shades themselves is the texture.  These eyeshadows are like butter.  Soft and blendable.  Think Urban Decay had a baby with Chanel.  They are smooth but they aren’t quite as loose as the Urban Decay eyeshadows.  Their formula reminds me a lot of Chanel single eyeshadows but maybe a bit better.  

Fingertip swatches L to R: Mudhoney, Pink T, Vanilla, Abersheen.
These swatches were one swipe on the eyeshadow.  What fantastic quality, right?  I am dumbfounded.  The sad part is that these aren’t available in the U.S. currently–hopefully soon.  The Soap and Glory quads are getting a lot of attention so hopefully the decide to extend the line and jump the pond.  
Swatches in Daylight L to R: Aubersheen, Vanilla, Pink T, Mudhoney.
I can’t say thank you enough to the GORGEOUS Mira for sending me this quad.  She has great taste and she knew I would love this as well.  It honestly is like a mini Naked palette.  Everything you need for day to day in just 4 colors.  
Same swatches as above but indoors with flash.  
So!  Have you tried this quad?  Do you have another go to quad that can be considered a palette?  Please let me know in the comments below.  
xoxo, 
Laura

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I'm Laura!I am a Navy wife and mother of two.I am passionate about all things beauty.I am a freelance makeup artist and because I am a mommy I am also a list of other things, including: chef, maid, chauffeur, dry cleaner, and I could go on.I am currently in Florida but who knows where I will be in a year's time!So grab a drink and read through my beauty tips, swatches, reviews, and other crazy parts of my life!

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/01207876274926374666 Jessica

    ohh like butter? wow this is a very nice pallete glade you decided to review it!

  • Tamara

    Goodness, that looks amazing..!

  • Louise

    Such lovely neutrals! *sigh* I really hope they extend more of the Soap & Glory line to the US soon!

    xx Louise
    http://alittlebeautylux.blogspot.com

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00492632576832560580 MaviDeniz

    wow, I hope they bring it to the US.
    Xo

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/05536274945702972889 Nat

    Oooh, the shades look fab! I’ve looked at this a few times over the last couple of weeks, but haven’t purchased it as I wasn’t sure what the quality would be like. Sounds like they’re great though! Will definitely be picking one of these up. Thanks for the review! :)