W7 Delicious Review

When I saw this palette advertised, I noticed straight away that this is supposed to be a dupe of the ABH Modern Renaissance palette. From the colours, to the matte and shimmer shades it’s almost directly the same, just cheaper!


The cost is £12.95 which is very reasonable for an affordable brand. However it’s slightly pricey compared to the usual W7 prices. Usually you can pick up one of their palettes for around £4.00 from Savers.

I’ve tried several W7 palettes and I can see why this one is slightly more expensive, it’s got better pigment and even the brush that came with the palette is of really high quality.

Some of these shades are completely new to me. There are some safe and neutral shades in this palette but also some vibrant pinks and autumnal oranges which I was excited to try.

I admit the first few times I tried to use this palette I felt a little bit silly as I hadn’t used such bright colours before but after a few Youtube tutorials and a bit of practice these are now some of my favourite shades to wear.

Have you tried this palette? Tweet me! @JasminWoodward



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