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The Kat Von D x Divine Eyeshadow Palette was designed to power your self-expression with eyeshadows that range from girlish to glitzy, all inspired by Divine’s iconic look. Each shade was named in honor of Divine’s most famous performances, on and off the silver screen. These cushiony shades are blendable and buildable, in Kat Von D’s signature high-performance eyeshadow formula, for next-level eye looks that deliver major impact. From a metallic neon green to a shimmering navy, this eight-pan palette has every shade you need to color, create, and celebrate your boldest self. This super-limited-edition collection is inspired by one of Kat’s biggest muses: The one and only, late, great drag queen Divine. The Kat Von D x Divine Collection is a symbol of individuality and positivity, celebrating self-expression, transformation and the beauty of a true original.
1 Written Reviews
By Amanda 12 months ago.
The I Am Divine eyeshadow palette is inspired by the makeup worn by the well-known drag queen Divine, whom is one of Kat Von D's muses. The palette contains eight powder shades; Babs (champagne with blue-green shimmer), Hard Magic (matte jet black), Baltimore (cobalt with blue-purple glimmer), Waters (matte sky blue), Filthy (metallic gunmetal), Pink Flamingos (pearlescent lime green), Female Trouble (matte pure white) and Hairspray (metallic pewter with silver and gold glimmer). You can technically make a variety of complete-look-in-one-palette looks with this palette, although the small number of matte shades means that I do prefer to use some matte shades from another palette alongside this one as I have deep set eyes, so shimmery shadows tend to transfer on me. Though some of the other shades (particularly Baltimore and Pink Flamingos) haven't transferred on me when I've played around with different looks, so there are plenty of ways to use this palette. Kat Von D eyeshadow palettes are an auto-buy for me, as the brand is very consistent with the high quality of their shadow formula, so I'm always confident when it comes to buying things from them. The pigmentation on everything is awesome, and the shadow formula is very soft and buttery - and I'm not someone who usually bothers with primer. To date I haven't had any issues with shade fading, or shadow creasing. When I dip my brush into the shadows they do have some kick-up to them, but they aren't patchy and apply with only a little [if any] fallout and blend really well, so I generally don't feel that removing a star in my reviews is really necessary as long as the ease of use and performance isn't affected - just tapping excess off your brushes solves the problem. All highly pigmented shadows tend to be softer. The only out-and-out complaint I have with the I Am Divine eyeshadow palette is that I would have preferred other options in place of the black and white shades - on one hand I appreciate that they are shades that Divine wore a lot and the whole point of the palette was to recreate shades frequently worn by her... but yeah, Kat Von D has used matte white and/or black shadows in several of her recent palette releases, so I would have loved it if we'd gotten something different. I'd replace this palette if I lost it as most of the shades are unique, and I'd recommend it to people who aren't intimidated by bright shades and don't mind using multiple palettes for one look.