Laura Lee Los Angeles - Nudie Patootie Eyeshadow Palette

 Laura Lee Los Angeles - Nudie Patootie Eyeshadow Palette

4.5

2 reviews

100% would repurchase

Package Quality: 5.0

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 5.0

Price: $$$

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on 5/18/2018 2:16:00 PM

Age: 30-35

Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Green

I love this palette. Some of the pans seem a little loose, but I just keep the palette safely on my desk/vanity and it's held up fine without any breaking/crumbling. I get a lot of great looks with this palette from pink looks to yellow/gold to neutrals. The quality is great, the shades blend well together, the pans are large and the looks last all day. I would definitely recommend using a concealer to cut the crease or a glitter glue for the two glittery shades because they will transfer to your upper lid after a long day, but other than that I really love this palette and would definitely repurchase if something happened to it. I wasn't blown away when I saw the initial launch video but ended up deciding to try it and I use it almost daily now and love it. The pinks pair really nicely with the Stila Glimmer & Glow in Kitten if you don't want to use the chunkier glitter in the palette. All of the shadows are very pigmented and the darker browns work well as liners if you don't want a harsh line.

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Age: 30-35

Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Brown, Straight, Coarse

Eyes: Blue

Laura Lee Los Angeles is a indie brand created by popular YouTube centered beauty influencer Laura Lee. The cosmetics and packaging are made in America and are certified cruelty free and vegan. The Nudie Patootie eyeshadow palette contains 14 shades; Stark [Ivory white shimmer], Exposed [Aged pewter shimmer], Undressed [Honey nude matte], Au Naturale [Royal bronze foil with gold reflects], Topless [Chrome pink with gold reflects], Reveal [Taupe brown matte], Streaking [Dark bisque matte], Jaybird [Fiery copper foil with gold reflects], Uncover [Soft, pearl-champagne shimmer], Butt Naked [Warm brown matte], Strip [Golden mustard matte], Buff [Rich chocolate shimmer], Bare [Salmon peach matte] and Nakey Nakey [Walnut brown matte].

If you prefer soft & more subtle looks and are getting bored with all of the warm palettes that have taken over the market, or if you're someone who has to wear conservative colours to work and don't want to spend ages getting ready in the mornings, then I recommend this neutral-based neutrals palette for you as the shades are more 'every day' and are all complimentary to each other - you can pair any shades up together and they'll match up nicely, no fuss, no need for spending loads of time making the shades go together. This palette has a few colour pops in that still manage to be softer and there are also a couple of foil duo-chrome shades, for when you want to kick things up a notch. It's also a great palette to use when I'm using more intense shades from elsewhere and I want softer shades to pull the look together.

The shadows have some kick-up to them; kick-up has never been a factor in if to get something or not for me as all softer & pigmented shadows have some kick-up to them, but if it bothers you then yes, there is some. The shades are all pigmented, blend well and wear well on me - it's been really hot here, but nine hours after applying the shadows, there's no creasing and no colour fade [I don't bother with primer]. The shadows in Nudie Patootie have had much less fallout in comparison to the ones in the brand's other eyeshadow palette [Cat's Pajamas], and I haven't noticed any of the shades muddying together.

So far my only issue with this palette has been that the microglitter that is in two of the shades can be messy, due to fallout - I've found that using a concealer as a primer helps the sparkle stick better than a regular eyeshadow primer and using a finger for application helps too. This niggle is worth it for me, as the microglitters give the shades a colour-shift effect.


I only bought the Nudie Patootie because I felt sorry for Laura Lee and all of the abuse and hate she was getting when she revealed the palette. Between my reason for buying it and the fact that I typically love colourful eye looks, I wasn't expecting much - but I've been very pleasantly surprised. For a neutral palette there is some variety to be found, thanks to the bright mustard and peach pops, plus the foils add more of a fun factor too. If I went through my eyeshadow collection I'd be able to dupe a lot of the shades, but the excellent quality and pan sizes of the unique-to-me shades make this a good buy - plus it is very convenient to have my the more 'essential' everyday kn kshades/finishes of shadows all together in one palette. I happily recommend Nudie Patootie to people; especially those who are umming and ahhing over the Soft Glam palette - you get the overall look and effect here, but with lot more product for your money here.

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