Freedom have an extensive range of eyeshadow palettes considering they launched so recently; Pro Decadence Palettes, Pro 12 Palettes, Pro Shade and Brighten Palettes as well as their Pro 32 Collection Palettes. There are two different types of the Freedom Pro 32 Collection Palettes which each cost just £8, and today I bring you their Innocent Collection palette which is a neutral shadow lovers dream.
The Freedom Innocent Collection Eyeshadow Palette is packaged within a sleek, glossy, black plastic palette with a generous mirror within the lid. Each of the 32 eyeshadows are in square pans, and there are matte, satin, shimmer and glitter finished within the palette.
I own a lot of neutral palettes, but what I particularly liked about the Innocent Collection is that it contained mostly cool toned shades which is quite rare as most palettes tend to lean quite warm in tone.
The palette is actually quite compact considering it contains 32 pans, and the pans aren’t tiny either so you could easily travel with this palette and create endless makeup looks as you have so many options to choose from.
The range of shades within the Freedom Innocent Collection Eyeshadow Palette really is fantastic, and as a whole they’re pretty pigmented. There a fair few pale shades within the palette which aren’t particularly pigmented which you might be able to see from the photos above, but rest assured once they’re layered over a primer, they perform a lot better. My favourite row from the palette would have to be second one as there isn’t one disappointing shade, and I love the grey and taupe toned shades.
Freedom describe their Pro 32 Palettes as having an HD formula, but I can’t honestly see an improvement in the formula of these shadows to any of the other Freedom or Makeup Revolution palettes. If I was being completely honest, I’d perhaps say that this palette is a little disappointing compared to the super pigmented shadows within the Freedom Pro Decadence Palettes, and all of the Makeup Revolution 32 shadow palettes.
I find the shadows within this Freedom Innocent Collection Eyeshadow Palette to be a little powdery, but it’s by no means a bad palette.. I’d still totally recommend it as it’s a great palette, but it’s not their best palette in my opinion. I would love to see Freedom extend their Pro 32 Palettes range, like Makeup Revolution have with theirs and I’d especially love to see an all matte palette or perhaps even a foiled shadow palette.
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