MAYBELLINE ‘The Blushed Nudes’ Palette


The Blushed Nudes

I recently purchased Maybelline β€œThe Blushed Nudes Eyeshadow Palette” from for $9.99.

I wanted to try this palette for so long. I’m glad I finally did. So here are my (super late πŸ˜€ ) thoughts on this palette.

There are total 12 shades in this palette and it comes with 2 applicators. The quality of eyeshadows in this palette is actually very good.

I love all the colors in this palette … but sadly they take a little extra effort to show up on my skin tone.

Maybelline The Blushed Nudes

So when they say “nude” they literally mean nude with a pinkish/blushed undertones which I think is actually a good option for everyday natural wearable eyelook on super affordable price!

As for the texture, overall, there is only 1 matte shade in this palette, rest are either shimmery or pearly.


In my personal opinion, it takes a little more work to build up the required colors though, but a couple extra layers with refined work will do the trick. I do want to mention that the colors are not very long-lasting for oily eyelids. So to avoid early wear-off, be sure to use an eyeshadow primer and a setting spray.

The Blushed Nudes Makeup Look

So overall I give this product 7 out of 10.

Alternate Options to this palette:
Urban Decay Naked 3
Loreal Rose for Romance
Nyc Midtown Mauve

HowΒ was your experience with this palette. I would love to know it all πŸ˜€

Until then…

64 thoughts on “MAYBELLINE ‘The Blushed Nudes’ Palette

  1. This looks like a nice everyday palette.I too face the same problems of eyeshadows not showing up as I also have a bit dark skin on my eyelids.Loved your clicks,they are very clean and well shot.Loved your blog too.Lovely EOTD.


    • Thank You Yamini for your love and support πŸ™‚ For dark eyelids I tried using foundation only (without any eyeshadow primer or eyeshadow base). That worked well for me. Give it a try… just try NOT to use oily-skin foundation on eyelids if you use one… ❀ .


  2. Love the pictures! I dont know why these palettes from Maybelline seem a bit sad on the pigmentation to me. I’ve never bought any of these for that very reason


    • I agree Harman… but since this is my first ‘Maybelline eyeshadow’ (palette)… so my experience was 50-50. For me this palette works best if I combine it with other eyeshadows (probably from other brands) and work in layers πŸ™‚ ❀


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