September 4, 2018

Sephora Pro New Nudes Palette for Fall 2018

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File the new Sephora Pro New Nudes Palette ($68) under items I do want for Fall 2018. Or do I? I probably have a lot of these shades already right? I’m convince myself I don’t need this and failing miserably!

This new palette contains 28 highly pigmented eyeshadows with satin, matte, and metallic finishes! Kind of reminds me of Huda’s Rose Gold Palette with some Naked Heat thrown in!

Shades: Daisy, Ribbon, Magnolia, Sandcastle, Blonde, Nylon, Boots, Sunkissed, Bubblegum, Peach, Satin, Thread, Branch, Spiced, Dew Drop, Wisteria, Camellia, Lily, Tulip, Magneta, Hickory, Buttercup, Cream, Cantaloupe, Tiger, Rust, Hazel, Warm Cedar

It’s a beautifully warm palette which I know most won’t be happy about but I kind of want it!

Do you need it?

It reminds me of pumpkin spice and everything nice!

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  • kjh

    Probably have (and you have) these shades in spades, but when you really like a shade family, you can see more differences than similarities. You get the tweaks and know how to make them work. But, as you say frequently, big palettes can be intimidating for combos. The only downside I see (aside from possible performance issues) is the minimal deepening shades. This does not look friendly for tones darker than light to medium. But it would suit you fine. Go for it and report diligently!

  • Carol G

    A little pricey for a Sephora brand palette, imo. The colors are pretty, but yes, we all probably have these a thousand times over! 😉

  • Paige

    I always think with palettes like this that I’m going to get a lot of the same look over and over, because the shades are so similar in tone and hue. Also, there is so little range from light to medium to dark here, I’d pan the two dark shades and still have a million lights. And it would irritate me, I think, for the price they’re charging and for how large it is, to basically get the same warm neutral eye over and over no matter what shades I chose. There are something like 8 yellow toned light shades here and 11 light/medium orange shades. It’s all going to be identical in application. This palette should have been edited to something much more tight and smart, IMO. Then maybe they would have gotten me.

    • Isabella Muse

      You’re right! I had the same issue with Naked Heat, there aren’t enough transitional shades and it all runs into orange orange and orange! You make a very good point!!!!!!!

    • kjh

      Exactly. Fame is the same way, one note, minimal deep shades, and highly similar looks. But, as I said before, at least Fame is my note. Tighter is better. 8-10-12 excellent, coordinated shades is the way to go, for a ‘big’ palette. I think most people only use a smattering in a mega.

  • Adrienne

    I havent had a lot of luck with their brand but they look pretty. I can see myself using everything to the right of the first two columns with Daisy and Ribbon. I got a few items using my VIB ( no longer rouge there but platinum at ulta) and the manager told me Sephora would get a credit card next Spring and its under mastercard so it can be used anywhere. Can yiu confirm tbis since you typically get the news first. I will say ive spent more at Ulta because of their card and logically debt is debt no matter which card I get points but the bank doesnt cut me break because of where I use it $100 is still $100 plus interest 🙂

  • jel888

    Definitely reminds me of Huda’s palettes & ABH’s Norvina, so unless you don’t have those, I’m thinking I’ll leave this one alone.

  • kimkats

    it’s pretty and all, but I wouldn’t call it nude…. And you don’t need it, Miss Muse!! You already have shades just. like. this. (wags finger scoldingly at Muse…) 😀

    So = how badly did I fail at making you not get this? 😛

    • Isabella Muse

      toooo true lol! I just need you to remind me of that kim ;-D You did a damn good job!

  • Silvia

    Dint need but dam I want it! Lol!
    My type of shades yep warm! Real boring light nudes don’t suit a ghost at all. Really don’t do a thing whether eyeshadows or lipsticks.

  • Silvia

    I would add these really don’t convince me as being nude at all. I’ve heard their lip stories turned out great so these might be also decent quality I just don’t need it but my heart is raising these are the shades I like warm and fun bright. Love the un’ nude shades. ‍♀️

  • Wendy Sue

    it’s gorgeous, but I have a self imposed limit of $60 for a palette (which, of course I would break that rule for the right palette, but this one ain’t it lol)