Use this arsenal of 20 eyeshadow shades to declare your allegiance to House Targaryen, House Lannister, House Stark, or to defeat the White Walkers. From the shores of Dragonstone to the frozen lands beyond the Wall, this eyeshadow palette was inspired by our favorite places in Westeros and the strong women of the Seven Kingdoms. Use this arsenal of 20 shades to declare your allegiance to House Targaryen, House Lannister, House Stark, or to defeat the White Walkers. Jewel tones and earthy neutrals give way to dark metallics and frosty shimmers, all of which can be customized with our four transformer shades. Prepare for battle with Stormborn, a glittery metallic purple, and unwind with Lannister Red, a matte reddish brown. Choose your look and claim your rightful place on the Iron Throne.
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2 Written Reviews
By Quark 1 week ago.
Ignoring the clunky packaging, I really enjoyed this palette. The color story actually offers a lot of interesting looks, pigmentation is buildable, they blend & wear nicely and some of the shades will also work as a cheek highlight.There are only three true mattes in here (Nymeria, House Lannister & Lannister Red), however Take the Black buffs out pretty matte and Weirwood Leaves has a nice satin finish that blends out well in the crease.As for the transformer shades, Winterfell is a gorgeous gold, but the three other shades had a chunkier glitter finish.I'm really happy with the palette. Frozen North, Weirwood Leaves, Winterfell & Bend the Knee are my favorite shades in here.
By Mariella 2 months ago.
I am trying to accept that the horrible, heavy, bulky, goofy packaging just had to be there because of the theme but I hate it. Also, there's really no way at all that I can rationalize buying this - it was a totally irrational purchase. There are 2 or 3 colours I don't like at all and a few other which I love in terms of their shade but which are gritty, dreadful glitter-bombs (Winterfell, I am SO looking at you! I would have loved you if you'd been an actual wearable eyeshadow rather than pressed glitter that feels like sandpaper!) So, there's lots for me to kvetch about in this palette but there are some shadows that are so beautiful that I am more than happy to have this palette. Winter is Here (why the name change from the phrase we all love and which Sean Bean refuses to utter in Wasted!), Casterly Rock, Frozen North and Dothraki are all beautiful shades and Weirwood is a colour I didn't think I'd be able to wear but I was wrong. Nymeria, which looked really ugly to me, is actually one of those perfect shades for subtly defining or blending out a crease (reminds me of UD's Tyranny from the Pulp Fiction palette years ago.