Model’s Own Barely There

I’ve had this sitting about for ages and just not got round to reviewing it. Now that I have, it’s joined my ‘favourite palette’ pile. I know I’ve said so many times that the world doesn’t need another neutral palette, but as it turns out, I just keep coming back to them because they’re just so wearable. This is a good case in point – every single colour in the Barely There 2 palette is wearable and the quality, for a £15 palette, is really up there, being well pigmented and buttery. It’s very similar to Makeup Revolution in terms of textures and quality.

Model’s Own Barely There 2

I wore three of the shades on an evening out last night and they all stayed, so fade isn’t an issue. I also like the white casing – not many brands do white as a background; it’s quite rare now that I think about it – and I always like to see it because it just adds a certain vibrancy to the look of the shades.

Swatches

This swatch is the top row: Basic, Interlude, Playtime, Slip, Exposed.

Swatches

(I know.. goosebumpy skin again.. damn you February!) Low Key, Suede, Timid, Drape, Undone.

You can find it HERE.

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