As long as there are slightly different shades of brown, taupe and gold I will continue to be obsessed with neutral eyeshadow palettes. Today I'm bringing you Soap & Glory's Lid Stuff Quad in What's Nude?* (£10)
This pretty much your everyday neutral eye look in a palette as considering there are only four shades you get a nice mixture of tones. Vanilla is your off-white matte base, Pink T is a lovely pinky-brown toned matte, Mudhoney is a darker brown matte (I want to say it has a slight yellowish tint) for the crease and Aubersheen is a brown shimmer with a hint of bronze that reminds me a little of MAC Satin Taupe (it looks slightly glittery however on the lids I find it more of a sheen-y shimmer).
Although £10 seems a little expensive for for a sort-of drugstore brand, the texture of these is really what sets this palette apart from others that you can get in Boots or Superdrug. The two lighter matte shades especially are so soft (though don't kick up too much fall-out) and effortless to work with. I also think that more affordable brands struggle to get mattes right and as a result there really aren't enough drugstore matte palettes, whereas in this quad you get 3 matte shades vs. a single shimmer. I find that these last really well on my eyes throughout the day as well.
All in all this palette is one I find myself reaching for all the time and I really recommend it for neutral eye lovers. My love affair with Soap & Glory makeup continues...