Freedom Pro 32 Innocent Palette – Swatches & Review

This isn’t the blog post I initially wanted to post this weekend but I didn’t have time to swatch the nail polishes I was going to share with you and so I took some quick swatch photos of this Freedom Pro 32 Innocent Palette. This has been hanging out in my blog post pile since I purchased it from Tam Beauty for £4 about 3 weeks ago. It’s still on sale by the way! (see here)


This eyeshadow palette has 32 neautral shades, with a nice range of finishes. The pigmentation is generally good but I struggled with the lightest shades. I find that in both Makeup Revolution and Freedom, which are sister brands, the formula for darker and any shimmery shades are amazing but lighter shades, especially mattes, are pretty powdery without much colour pay off.

What I prefer in this palette compared to the MUR 32 shade palettes is the square shadows rather than round. To me, it just looks neater.

Anyway, I can’t wait to use this and you can’t really go wrong for £4.

Sorry it’s such a short post! I’ll be back with next week with a better post.

C x

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6 thoughts on “Freedom Pro 32 Innocent Palette – Swatches & Review

  1. This palette looks lovely & as I don’t really use the lighter shades I wouldn’t worry about that. It’s a shame it’s not more organised in terms of colour though, I just want to get them in some kind of order 😉
    Vicky x
    @thepolishlist

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