The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.
The MetalMatte Eyeshadow Palette is a mashup of bold colors and must-have textures, celebrating the two sides within everyone—whether it’s soft and romantic, rock ‘n’ roll, or both. The palette’s top row features an explosive lineup of exclusive, never-before-seen metallic shades in Kat Von D’s max-pigment Metal Crush Eyeshadow formula, including Synergy, a bestselling bronze from the original collection. The bottom of the palette is a rainbow array of buttery mattes, in a range of tones—from dark and moody to pastel neutrals—all in Kat’s signature blendable, pigmented eye shadow formula. This palette’s array of tones and textures gives you endless combinations for a number of eye looks. Get inspired by the three fearless tutorials, each with step-by-step instructions.
Based on 2 Reviews, 1 Quick Review
The Good: Creamy (3), Easy To Apply (3), Long-wearing (3), Great Value (3), Versatile (3), Easy-to-Use (2), Great Gift (2)
The In-Between: Highly Pigmented (3), Buildable (1)
The Bad: Fall Out (1)
2 Written Reviews
By EJG 2 years ago.
Beautiful colors that flatter all skin types. Highly pigmented and easy to apply. I've been able to create so many different looks - the possibilities are endless. $60 is a great deal for as many shades as you get for the high quality of the shadows. I wish this were a permanent KVD palette, she does keep knocking it out of the park with these.
By Adrienne 2 years ago.
Overall, the the metallic colors are great. I've only had some trouble with getting Tinsel to wear well, that tended to have more fall out and not be as pigmented for me. Glitz is a great highlighting color. Nebula, Watt and Synergy in particular were beautiful. They just apply so nicely, with minimal fallout and a lot of pigmentation. The matte shades had some hits and misses. As much as I wanted to love Velvet, it just didn't blend well and ended up patchy. Ribbon had some similar problems. I personally don't see why Bone and Linen were both included, as they tended to look really similar when used. And Feather just blended away for me. I personally don't have many matte blacks, so while I can say Jet is probably the best one I've used, it's probably not the best one out there, but it's very pigmented. It's a little hard to blend though. Moss, Velour, Suede and Fringe are probably my favorite ones in here, as they tend to both blend very well for layering and build great for color. Overall, not too much fallout, some kick up with some of the matte shades, and pretty long wearing. I think it's a pretty great palette.