REVIEW: Freedom Clubbed To Death Eyeshadow Palette

Hey loves :)

Today's post is all about the Clubbed To Death eyeshadow palette from Freedom. If you didn't know Freedom is created by the same people who make Make Up Revolution. I've heard a lot of mixed reviews of Freedom products and finally decided to pick something from them. I ordered it on Lič (for Slovenian readers) and I think it was on sale for around 6€, which is a bargain.

I chose this palette because I'm really lacking on colours in my makeup collection and this one seemed perfect :)

You get 18g of product and there are 20 eyeshadows in a palette, which is basically 0,9g per eyeshadow. The packaging is nice, sturdy, the only problem I have with it is that I can hardly open it. I don't know if it's just mine, but I'm really struggling with that.

There are mostly bright colours, but there is a selection of neutral shades too - the top three shades would be perfect for highlighting for example.

I was worried when I first swatched the top row - it's badly pigmented. The darker shades are better, as you can see above, but the lighter and brighter colours are quite bad. 

The second row actually surprised me again since these shadows are amazing :D I especially love the bottom green duo chrome shadow, such a unique shade!

Keep in mind that all the shades are very chalky. I would also recommend using a white base to make the bright shades even brighter (the swatches above are without primer/base).

- sturdy, travel friendly packaging
- 20 eyeshadows
- matt, shimmery and satin shadows
- budget friendly
- big mirror

- hard to open
- chalky shadows
- some shadows badly pigmented

Would I recommend it? I have to say it's an average palette with some very badly pigmented shadows and some amazing. I do like the packaging (if it wouldn't be so hard to open) and that it's very budget friendly! So it's on you, if you're on the budget and you want some colour in your life, I'd say buy it! :)

Do you have this palette, what do you think? :)


18 komentarjev:

  1. Sorry to hear that some of the shadows are badly pigmented, but anyway,I love that it has SO many different colors to use ;)

  2. Thanks for sharing Katja, Maybe if you use like a primer on your eyes before you put on the less pigmented ones maybe that could help. I am more of a neutral kinda person.
    have a lovely weekend

    1. Thank you for reading Kerona <3 Yes definitely, a primer or a white base is a must, for brighter ones too :) Oh neutral is always a great idea ;)

      Wishing you the same dear <3

  3. Great blog lovely!I love this palette you can create so many different looks by using these colours!I'm now following you on GFC #214. Please follow back so we can support eachother & keep in touch! xo from Italy,
    Sonia Verardo

    1. Thank you so much! I agree, it's very versatile :)

      Sure dear, followed you right back, keep in touch <3

  4. Hello, oh, these colours are really pretty. Have a nice day. Best regards Jana

  5. Thanks sweetie :D

    It's super useful for acne skins!

    Great review. Love the dark shades :D

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  6. Beautiful shades and very rich pigmentation!!

  7. Great review! Would you be interested for a GFC follow for follow? Please always keep in touch, I would love to hear from you!

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