Review: GOSH TO Enjoy in New York

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GOSH is one of those brands I hear good things about, but have never really tried… and so, I thought it was about time I gave a little love to a brand I know nothing about. So I picked up this palette in the shade To Enjoy in New York, and I have to say it’s become a staple in my collection.

At the cost of £10.99 it’s not the cheapest of palettes, and I actually think that if it wasn’t for my staff discount, I probably wouldn’t have ever bought it – and even after using it, I feel like it’s still fairly pricey. BUT I still love it.

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When I first started in the makeup world I wore gold/brown tones on my eyes and literally nothing else. However, I’ve found, over the last few years, that purple toned eyeshadows really suit me. This palette contains a beautiful mix of colours that are all super wearable, but a little more interesting than just gold and brown – not that I have anything against that. With a white, 2 nudey/brown colours, a grey toned brown, a mocha brown, 3 variations of purple and a stunning orange copper colour, this helps me feel like I’m pushing the boundaries, in terms of coloured eyeshadows, but still feel comfortable as what I’m wearing is actually wearable.

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Their pigmentation is something that I feel could probably do with a little work – considering this palette costs over £10. However, it still creates a really beautiful. romantic eye look. They have very little fallout and blend together like a dream!

To be honest it’s the colour selection in this palette that I really love!

Have you tried them?

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