Benefit World Famous Neutrals Sexiest Nudes Ever Review & Swatches

Benefit World Famous Neutrals Sexiest Nudes Ever

If the warmer Most Glamorous Nudes Ever Palette from Benefit wasn’t your deal no worries the cooler Benefit World Famous Neutrals Sexiest Nudes Ever may be for you!

This fine selection of smoky purples will illuminate eyes with a glamoruous twist!

Take a peek!

Benefit created three of these ultra cute World Famous Neutrals Sets for Spring 2013 featuring four shades of powder eyeshadow, two cream shadows, and a how to get the look guide for creating looks using it.

Benefit World Famous Neutrals Sexiest Nudes Ever Palette

Benefit World Famous Neutrals Sexiest Nudes Ever Set

Benefit World Famous Neutrals Sexiest Nudes Ever Spring 2013

Each palette is available in three different shades selections for $30 each. My personal fav was the warmer Glamorous Nudes version I recently reviewed!

This set is probably the coolest of all three so if you like cooler, smokey purples you’ll adore Sexiest Nudes.

It contains:
Longwear Powder Shadows

  • Milk It! (pearly white)
  • Pause for Applause (soft lilac)
  • Blingo! (brilliant silver)
  • Raincheck? (smoky amethyst)

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Benefit World Famous Neutrals Sexiest Nudes Ever Swatches

Creaseless Cream Shadows

  • Bikini-Tini (oyster pink)
  • Holy Smokes! (smoldering charcoal)

Benefit World Famous Neutrals Sexiest Nudes Ever Bikini Tini

Benefit World Famous Neutrals Sexiest Nudes Ever Holy Smokes

Benefit World Famous Neutrals Sexiest Nudes Ever Palette Swatches

Benefit’s powder formula is a soft, velvety texture with a satin-y finish. The shades in this palette contain little to no shimmer which, hate to say this, is a good thing as they really create a pretty refined finish on lids without the hassle of shimmery fall out. That’s why this set makes a great one for office looks!

The cream shadows are a divine base for your shadows. These have good pigmentation but I always find that Benefit’s Creaseless Cream Shadows have a slippery texture so they need a little extra work to get into place. They tend to have a longer dry down period so you have plenty of time to work with them and build before they set.

The collection comes housed in a small vintage style library book with a retro gypsy model on the cover. Quite cute! Reminds me of an old Harlequin Romance Novel.

I’m not a big fan of purple, it always makes me look like I got punched in the eye, so Sexiest Nudes Ever wasn’t really a love for me. However, those who like cooler shades will adore this! Or go with the Most Glamorous Nudes Ever if you prefer a more natural smoky brown eye like me!

No matter which shade selection you decide all three of these little kits feature quality shadows that you’ll make great deal of use out of.

These are available now at Sephora, Sephora.com, Ulta, Ulta.com, and or online at benefitcosmetics.com and at Boutiques.

Do you own of these three sets?

Disclosure:

This review contains a sample
product sent for consideration by PR.
Read my full disclosure statement here.

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  • 3/7/13 20:02 Shelby:

    I love this. So pretty. Reminds me of aome of the shadows from the Glinda palette.

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    • 3/8/13 11:58 the Muse:

      it does indeed!

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  • 3/7/13 20:29 Em:

    Just so you know the picture of the shadows does not match the description above it. The shades do look gorgeous. Damn you Benefit! More for my birthday list!

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  • 3/8/13 0:18 blueraccoon:

    I ended up buying all three of these. I couldn’t resist. Too cute and I’m all about neutral eye shadow and…yeah.

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  • 3/8/13 9:53 Lauren:

    I have the other two, this seemed too cool for me :( But I’ve been loving the creaseless creams as eye shadow bases!

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    • 3/8/13 10:34 the Muse:

      for me too lauren, I liked the glamorous nudes better!

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  • 3/8/13 15:59 bethmarie:

    The price is right, for that much product. I am enjoying seeing Benefits unique artwork for packaging and ads.

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  • 3/17/13 19:42 Stephanie:

    I have this one, I really like the purples and pinks. i agree that it is more for cool tones than warm, but I am cool toned so it worked for me.

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  • 6/19/13 7:04 lulu:

    hi muse! i was wondering if these would fit into a mac palette? i wanted to carry it in my make up bag and as cute as the packaging is its not exactly the most practical to lug around. thankyou :)

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    • 6/19/13 8:54 the Muse:

      they are too big lulu :(

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