Review: Kylie Cosmetics Kyshadow Palettes

Sunday, 8 January 2017
I finally got my hands on a Kyshadow palette and in true Julianna fashion, I bought all three. I just can’t help myself. I am becoming quite the fan of the Kylie Cosmetics brand, (I have reviewed her lip kits here & here) and I am curious to find out if her eyeshadow palettes are of the same quality.

First of all, the eyeshadows are beauuutiful! I really like how she has grouped together shades of the same colour; really handy if you only wear certain colours on your eyes as it’s giving you variety without taking you out of your comfort zone. All palettes include matte and shimmers as well so you can easily do day and night looks with just one. As you can see in my swatch pictures they have a lovely pay off, they also blend really well. Annoyingly for some reason the Holiday Palette eyeshadows didn't swatch very well, when applied on the eyelids they come out really pigmented so not sure why the swatches were different. Just trust me on this, it is a gorgeous palette. I also found the eyeshadows lasted all day and didn’t crease at all, even without a primer!

The Burgundy Palette
The Bronze Palette
The Holiday 2016 Palette

The packaging is pretty cool with the eyes on the front and the coloured drips represent the colours in the palette. Annoyingly the first two palettes don’t feature mirrors; I always prefer when palettes have a mirror as it makes it easier for application, so I’m glad she decided to add one in the third.

The palettes all cost $42 (around £34) which, when you consider prices of eyeshadow palettes from other big brands, I don’t think it’s an unreasonable price at all. Of course you have to take into account shipping costs etc but I won’t go into detail about that. (If you want more information about shipping to the UK you can read my previous blogs by clicking the links in the first paragraph).

The Burgundy Palette (from left to right): Naked, Beach, Penny, LA, Burgundy, Dubai, Brick, New York & Almond
The Bronze Palette (from left to right): Jasper, Quartz, Topaz, Goldstone, Citrine, Tiger Eye, Hematite, Bronzite & Obsidian
The Holiday 2016 Palette (from left to right): Sugar Cookie, Frosty, Chestnut, Mittens, Winter, Nutcracker, Gingerbread, Evergreen & Silent Night

I am really enjoying using Kylie Cosmetics products and I am not saying this because it’s Kylie Jenner’s brand. As a consumer, when I buy something I want to know that my money is not going to waste on a rubbish product and I can honestly say that the money I have spent on Kylie Cosmetics is money well spent!

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