The color selection for someone with medium to dark coloring is divine. This palette looks great on tanned skin.
Most of the shadows are powdery, not creamy, which is a significant drawback (for me at least). If you don’t apply an eye shadow primer beforehand, you won’t get much color pay-off or longevity. Think about using a setting spray too. However, for the selection of shades this palette is a must-have. It blends cool and warm colors and has gorgeous neutrals too. Once you learn how to work with the cons of this palette it becomes a major pro.
The blush and bronzer are not as powdery as the shadows and blend very well. Both look great with warm skin tones.
I knew I was going to buy this because it is Disney and because I wanted to have a complete set of Storylook palettes, but I was concerned that most of the colors wouldn’t look very good on me. Not true! I use this one the most out of all three Storylook palettes. Standout colors from this set (for me):
Trust Me, which reminds me of a lighter, less purple version of Urban Decay’s Last Call.
Ali Ababwa, which is basically invisible on me but wonderful for blending.
Sultana, which is the perfect shimmery rosy color that works as a gorgeous allover wash for eyeshadow. I am concerned about hitting pan on this color.
Arabian Sunset, which looks intimidatingly bright, but is very buildable and surprisingly easy to wear.
If I could only choose one Storylook palette to keep, it would be this one.
Disney Jasmine Storylook Palette ($55.00 for 0.79 oz.) contains both eyeshadows and cheek products all housed in a slide-out palette. I’ve split the review into two parts, and this one features the first ten eyeshadows (and so the second part will focus on the remaining five eyeshadows as well as the blush and bronzer).