The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.
Like two palettes in one, this travel-ready case holds eight nude-mauve, soft berry, and muted rose eyeshadow shades on one side and four coordinating shades of blush and highlighter on the other. This trend has never been hotter, and these shades are made to be flattering on all skin tones. Feeling pretty in pink? Add 3 Sheets, a satin pinky peach shade, to lids, while highlighting cheekbones with the crazy-shimmery highlighter, Party Foul. Or, get deep-blending Shade, a fuchsia satin, into the crease, and finish off your look with Cheap Shot, a medium pink-nude highlighter. No matter the vibe, Backtalk has your eyes and cheeks speaking volumes so you can show your unstoppable femme power. Backtalk Palette takes no prisoners, and fits 12 gorgeous pigments into one sleek palette. A double-sided, removable mirror acts as a divider between the eyeshadow shades and the blush and highlighter shades. These shadows are just as advanced as their packaging: Every shade features UD’s proprietary Pigment Infusion System™ for velvety pigments that blend easily, stay rich, and last for hours.
Based on 1 Review, 1 Quick Review
The Good: Easy To Apply (2), Creamy (1), Long-wearing (1), Easy-to-Use (1), Travel-friendly (1), Versatile (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (2), Sheer (1)
The Bad: Dry (1), Powdery (1), Fades (1)
1 Written Reviews
By Sarah 9 months ago.
The eyeshadows are pretty underwhelming - not super pigmented. The best shade is the Backtalk shade which works best as a transition or all-over lid colour. The face powders are MUCH better and saved this palette. They're buildable with a natural to luminous finish. The packaging was kind of a cool concept but practically very annoying.