What I personally like about Bourjois is that they constantly release new products
and update their existing collections with new shades with most seasons
but not in a MAC "5 limited edition collections each month" kinda way.
I feel when it comes to high street make-up brands they get this element just right
and one of their newest additions to the brand is a collection of four lipstick palettes.

"Make a fashion statement!
Beautiful, practical and slim, Colorissimo is a “must-have” for your handbag!
Each palette contains 3 different COLOURS for 3 DIFFERENT OCCASIONS
All 3 shades contain complementary hues of different intensities which can be worn alone 
or mixed together for an added touch of style!
For a day at the office use the fair “Everyday” shade.
For a lunch or a dinner with friends, wear the more intense, middle hue “Flash” and for a romantic dinner date, the darker, elegantly “Chic” shade will go down a treat!"

Admittedly I do not have much to say about the packaging,
yes it's plastic and does look a little on the cheap side but it does the job nicely.
But hold the bus why the heck is there a foam eye applicator in each kit?
At first I thought it was a mistake, a faulty palette if you will
but nope I had a good nosey through all the palettes in the store and each has a foam eye applicator!
One word - WHY?
The foam applicators don't work all that well with their intended products - eyeshadows
let alone a cream based product, the foam soaks up more product than necessary
and the precision application element is all but eliminated.

Nude Dandy is officially described as - Nudes Dandy: nude revisited with 3 refined brown hues!
A little confusing when only one shade in the palette is actually brown, non?
The first shade is a muted rose pink that is neutral yet dusky, 
I struggled with the pigmentation of this shade it really does have to be built up.
The second shade is a bright light coral/peach shade that is seasonally appropriate,
surprisingly this is quite well pigmented but not mind blowingly so.
The final shade is a true brown that isn't really all that flattering on my skin tone
but is the better pigmented shade out of the three.

I really wanted to like these little palettes of lip colour and entered testing them with an open mind,
I knew they wouldn't be as soft as a gloss or as moisturising but I didn't think the quality would be so poor.
Bourjois is a brand that gets it right so often so I am surprised that these palettes contain
dry, weakly pigmented lip colour that is not at all comfortable to wear - slightly sticky but not wet.
My personal experience dictated that they don't only cling to the lips dry patches
but actually dry the lips out too, making a bad situation worse!
The scent is pleasant in my opinion - sweet/floral that sort of thing.
In terms of wear they do wear okay for around 3-4 hours if you can handle the drying sticky texture.

Product Summary
Round Up - A trio of lip shades in palette form.
Best For - I feel to be able to wear this formula comfortably you would have to layer a gloss on top.
Pigmentation - (4/10) On the whole poor.
Availability - I purchased this in Superdrug for £4.99 ( I believe it was £2 off original price 
as it was an introductory offer although I may be wrong)