I was giving up hope of finding a favourite eyeshadow palette this year that would beat the Modern Renaissance palette (Review Here). However, this palette came and has instantly made its way into my holy grail items.
Now I didn’t try her first palette, I honestly couldn’t justify spending £56 on a palette. When I saw this was being released, I knew I had to have it, so I saved up, and I am so glad that I did.
This is a highly pigmented formula that is so easy to use and apply. These eyeshadows are so blendable and with such a silky texture. The glitter does have a bit of fallout and is the only eyeshadow you have to be careful with. Yet, this palette is perfect for beginners.
The palette comes with 18 shades: 8 mattes, 6 pressed pearls, 3 duo-chromes and one glitter.
The packaging is a lot better than the first palette, it is sturdy … with a mirror and a big one. I am not personally a fan of the face being on the front but it is iconic for the brand, and she is beautiful so cannot complain too much. On the other hand, it comes with an eye plastic shield insert which I do really like, I think it is practical and keeps the mirror clean.
When I dipped into the palette, I was instantly drawn to the purples and the glitters. However, I hadn’t seen the reds been used before, and I wanted to test them out. The photo below shows you the colours I used to create my look and the look itself.
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