Monday, 31 October 2016

Freedom Makeup "Z Palette"♥

I had wanted a z-palette for as long as I can remember so that I can store some of my favourite eyeshadows within the one palette without having to search through multiple palettes. That was all until I stumbled upon the Freedom Makeup London Pro Artist Pro HD Pro Empty Palette whilst doing a spot of online browsing one day. For £5, I snapped up the palette, along with a few of their pans.

As you can see, I have six pans in the palette already and there is still a relatively large space left. The palette is magnetic, and the pans stick to it no problem without moving all that much. I am delighted that it comes with a large sized mirror considering the price of it, so is brilliant for travelling and generally on the go.

Freedom Makeup London Pro Artist HD Pro Refills Pro - Highlight 01 - typical Jasmine couldn't buy some makeup without throwing in a cheeky highlight, could she? I love trying out new highlights so decided to try out this one. Although it's pigmented to an extend, it isn't as blinding as some of my other highlighters (Mary Lou, I'm calling on you), but I do still love it nonetheless. It doesn't have a chalky feel to it either, I would definitely say it's more on the buttery side.

Freedom Makeup London Pro Artist HD Pro Refills Pro - Banana 01 - I haven't ever owned a banana powder, but I felt it was about time I did. Everyone seems to rave about them, so I gave the Freedom Makeup one a shot. Wow, holy pigment for sure - I had high expectations for this but it kind of blew me away. I use it to set my concealer under my eyes as well as highlight that area, and I think it's only fair to say that it does work really well.

Freedom Makeup London Pro Artist HD Pro Refills Pro Eyeshadow - Colour 05 (Purple) - I was really stepping out of my comfort zone whilst ordering this one. I own absolutely nothing like it and can we appreciate how gorgeous it truly is? I was a tad intimidated to use it because it's quite a striking colour, but it's beautiful. It's glittery and pigmented and everything you would expect. It looks gorgeous paired with black eyeshadow in the outer corner and winged liner.

Freedom Makeup London Pro Artist HD Pro Refills Pro Eyeshadow - Shimmer 02 (Gold) - one of my beloved golds has hit major pans, but it isn't available separately, so when I saw this one online, I knew I had to give it a go. Although it is slightly different to my beloved one, I still adore this one. It's just a perfect, all-over-the-lid gold. Can't fault a good gold shade, can you?
 
Freedom Makeup London Pro Artist HD Pro Refills Pro Eyeshadow - Colour 10 (Brown) - Brown and gold shadows are certainly my safe bets, so no surprises here, I got another brown. It's quite a warm yet dark brown with glitter throughout, but, would be ideal for either all over the lid, or through the crease. Again, it's another stunning colour with a whole lotta pigment! Although it is more warm toned rather than cool toned, I reckon it would compliment many eye colours, and a variety of skin tones too.

Freedom Makeup London Pro Artist HD Pro Refills Pro Eyeshadow - Colour 09 (Red) - For some reason, this is the only matte shadow I got, and guess what? It isn't a gold or brown. It's a red. And I have been L O V I N G it, a lot. I've been popping it in my crease (no lid colour) and pairing it with winged liner, and I feel as though I can rule the world - quite literally empowering. Must I admit, I used FAR too much the first time I used it because I was gobsmacked at how pigmented it was.

With all the glitter shadows, you will be delighted to hear that there is little to no fallout and I couldn't be happier with that. The shadows aren't chalky at all, and are easy to blend too. For £2, I love the eyeshadow, and for £3, I would highly recommend the highlighter and banana powder.

Have you tried any Freedom Makeup pans? Any I should add to my (ever growing) collection?


38 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous palette, such a cute idea! Love the look of the purple eyeshadow!

    Sharon x

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  2. Oh great palette! Those eyeshadows are such beautiful colours, so perfect for Autumn! I use a loose banana powder every day for setting my concealer and I love it, this set powder would be handy for travelling, as mine tends to make a mess!

    Lauren | Lauren the Daydreamer

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    1. Yes feeling those Autumnal vibes aha! Oh loose powders are such a mess! x

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  3. I'm absolutely in love with this palette! I know straight where I'm heading next time I'm in superdrug! xo
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    1. So stunning isn't it?! Oh yes, I like your thinking hehe! x

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  4. I so need to try these out! Heard such great things !
    I love your photography too

    Keep up the hard work

    Warm wishes
    Jazziepickles xoxo

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    1. The products live up to their hype! Thanks so much! x

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  5. I love this palette idea! I instantly thought to myself that they'd move around. But, then I read that they're magnetic and I loved the palette even more. And those shimmers look beautiful, especially the gold one x

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    1. I was afraid they wouldn't be magnetic enough, but I was wrong aha! x

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  6. That was a great price for the Z palette! I don't have one yet, but I'd love one. They generally cost about $20 so I haven't taken the plunge. I don't have as many loose pans or pans that I think I can get out of their palette without damage so I'm waiting for a bargain before I pounce. I love all the rose gold highlighters and shadows that you have! so pretty

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    1. Yes some of the Z Palettes over here are about £15-20, quite pricey before even having any pans in! x

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  7. I have kept looking at these on the website, I really need to try a few of the shadows.

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    1. I was swooning over these pans for the longest time ever, so glad I took the plunge and bought them! x

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  8. I would really love to try a banana powder and keep meaning to pick up the freedom one as it's so cheap!
    Amy xx
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    1. I had wanted to try a banana powder for ages before getting this one! x

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  9. This looks positively gorgeous ๐Ÿ˜

    Poppy Mayy
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  10. These colours are absolutely gorgeous! That purpley one is amazing!

    Kelly // Velvet and Vibranium

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  11. I'm loving all the colours, great autumn shades and the prices seem reasonable as well.

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    1. Yes all about those autumnal shades! x

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  12. You've definitely managed to tempt me to buy this now๐Ÿ™ˆ Might have to put it on my Christmas list๐Ÿ˜‹

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  13. Those shades are just so beautiful! They're perfect for autumn!
    Love, Amie ❤
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  14. Thank you! I am in love with this palette, I need to look for it - ´want to try these shadowns so badly :)

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  15. Amazing shades! Love them for fall.

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  16. These color look amazing! Kind of reminded me of Kylie Jenners new shadows. Do you have any swatches??

    xoxo

    KayMo | www.xoxokaymo.com

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    1. No I don't, but if you wish, I could try post some on my Instagram, Twitter etc? x

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  17. Oh that is really nice. Looks far sturdier and cheaper then the z palette. What a great find.

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  18. Except for the red, I love the colors in your palette from this makeup brand! :)

    Ursula

    www.blueridgebeautyblogger.com

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