Soul alchemy, a release within the body, mind and spirit that permeates beyond our physical form. This palette consists of ten shadows ranging from anchored mattes, folded with excessive amounts of glitter, as well as light emanating metallics to amplify emotion and duo reflective tones to move a mood into your own projection of beauty.
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I got this pallet from my Lucky Bag. Since this brand was completely unknown to me, I tried to get information about this range, so I looked for reviews. But there is not much to be found (yet). That is why I thought I would describe my first impressions of the palette. All eyeshadows in this palette have glitter, there is no matte finish. I find the colors themselves very interesting, especially the first color. Noirgasm is a black with magenta glitter pigments. A really nice tone, very dark, which also comes into its own on the eye. I think it's consistently beautiful shades, especially in the bottom row the color Skintimacy is a really nice shade of brown. You have a lot of fallout in the shade Auragasm, you have to work really carefully here. It shines by itself without having to apply it moist. Despite all caution on my part, after the eyes swatch I had everything full of glitter everywhere and not just this color. The color mauvementum is the weakest shade for my sensation.
I swatched this palette and tested it on the eyes with my fingers. I see that the pigmentation is there, but not consistently equivalent. Some of them are very buttery and also have a duocrome effect (sorry, I don't remember exactly which). If you're used to Pat Mcgrath or Natasha Denona like me, the consistent quality is missing here. Yes, not all of them are always the same, but still in terms of quality (Natasha has caught up again after this one series where everything went wrong, except that her eyeshadows like to fall out from time to time, which can be annoying).
My conclusion, for me it is a fun palette to play with. No everyday colors, I just miss the matte tones here. For someone who wants to try Pat Mcgrath / Natasha Denona, but they are too expensive, they could try it out. Since the pigmentation is really partly present, but not consistent in my opinion. Unfortunately, I cannot say anything about the wearing ratio of the eyeshadows as they behave on the eyes for a long time. Since I am not going to use this palette myself, I don't want to use it anymore except for the swatches. I think for me I can have the "fun" with my Pat Mcgrath or Natasha Denona and also make it suitable for everyday use. What I can't do with this palette, I think it's more for going out or for young people. It's actually a shame but this palette was really not for me now and I have to think about what I'm going to do with it.
Sorry for my bad pronunciation, I usually write in my mother tongue, but I thought maybe this would help one or the other and this time I don't write in my mother tongue.I hope it is at least a little understandable what I wanted to say.
I received this palette in my lucky bag. I am super disappointed that Beautylish included a palette that is not for the masses. I mean the palette is beautiful but it is not for everyday looks. I know that "Lucky bags" are chosen randomly but there should be thought in choosing what palettes to include. It should be palettes that may have more of a universal appeal considering it is being packed for someone who they have very minimal information. This is my first and most likely my last lucky bag from Beautylish.
Got this in my lucky bag: Unlike most reviews I am reviewing on the palette. I love the color story, definitely not a stand alone palette but added to any great palette it’s going to be beautiful! Beautiful packaging, over all great pigmentation. I see most reviews say disappointed but I would rather receive this palette from a brand I am new too. Than get an ABH palette that I most likely bought from Tjmaxx. For $19! I hope that people disregard the reviews that has nothing to do with the palettes Performance.
Received as part of first, & last, lucky bag. This product is an absolute disgrace. Beautylish should be ashamed of themselves for taking people’s money & sending out rubbish like this. Despite very politely requesting they offer some alternative to this, they have consistently refused.
Smells really really bad, like burnt plastic and I'm cautious to use this. I'm very disappointed to receive this in my Lucky Bag, like many others who left their feedback or contacted the CS team to raise their concerns. I fully agree with all the below comments and reviews
I got this in my Lucky Bag along with blue glitter drops. I’m 53 and never wear color like this. I did try a couple of shades as single shadow looks and they were actually beautiful. Easy to blend and not complete glitter bombs. The longevity was great. I wore blue crush to work for 12 hours and it faded very gracefully and didn’t disappear. Nice palette for sure. Bad choice for a Lucky Bag....please choose things a little more universal next time.
This is the first time I have ever rated an eyeshadow palette as a 1 star. However, you can’t deny a bad formulation and colour story. Shame on Beautylish for even selling this palette. When I shop from Beautylish I trust they curate the best products for the average consumer which provides value for the hard earned money we spend in supporting their business. However if you pay for this eyeshadow palette you will feel completely let down like I have.
This palette contains shadows with glitter, not the sophisticated adult glitter which you can wear from day to night but the teeny bopper trashy glitter. Some of the matte shadows are very dry. The finishes of the majority of the shadows are somewhat lack lustre and nothing unique compared to what is on already on market. The product formulation is a far step down to luxury brands such as ABH, Viseart, Natasha Denona, Makeup Atelier and Charlotte Tilbury.
The palette has a strong chemical smell which smells like petrol. This makes me extremely concerned about the lab it was made in. I trust that Beautylish asks for certification regarding LAB hygiene standards otherwise I would think this is a backyard operation.
This palette can only be used for night due to the bold colour story with glittery finishes. However, if I want colour for my night looks I’d rather turn to different finishes and/or formulation or pigments as the finish on these is too lack luster. The colour story is lacking for a complete eye look and there is no way to complete a sophisticated night look. I have a wide variety of palettes from drugstore to luxury and this is the worst palette I have in my collection. If you are after colour this formulation is lack luster and not worth the money. There are also no neutral shades which makes this palette very limiting in use.
This was my 2nd yr doing the luckybag. Last year I received a palette I already owned ABH Sultry which was fine since I loved the palette so a backup was okay or even as a gift for someone. The other products I enjoyed as well. The reason I started was because I was seeing the variety of new high end and affordable products to try. And yes it is a gamble to get a luckybag. But this palette is more suited for a teenager our younger woman than my personal taste. While the colors are lovely and they were not a soft formula. Very dry and they all have glitter even the "matte" shades. I've used mattes like that before but these are dusty dry compared to other brands I've tried. And I think it is quite overpriced. I get she is Miss Fame but no way compared to even ABH for that price point. I was expecting better product and this may be my last bag for a while. In my opinion the bags this year were significantly declined in wow factor. I watched many unboxing and the underwhelmed customers. So very glad I didnt buy the XL cause they were also underwhelming this year.
Lucky bag recipient, awful eyeshadow palette!!!!!! No wonder we got this, trying to get rid of stock of this horrible palette.
I received this palette in my lucky bag and I think it's not a lucky one. All the products are "too much" and I will use only the good molecules tonic water. I am disappointed and sad, this was my first time and it will be the last one.