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Based on 1 Review, 3 Quick Reviews
The Good: Easy-to-Use (4), Versatile (4), Easy To Apply (3), Long-wearing (3), Great Gift (2), Travel-friendly (2), Buttery (1), Great Value (1)
The In-Between: Highly Pigmented (3), Buildable (1)
The Bad: Powdery (2), Fall Out (1)
1 Written Reviews
By Meli 1 year ago.
A blind buy from an online sale, it ended up being my go to palette. It has the basic matte powders I need for a daily look. The white one as a setting powder, daydream as a base/contour, the peachy one as blush, the deepest one for some definition on crease and liner (needs primer). And the 2nd warm shade I don't touch because it's basically orange. Overall it's a delicate traveler that falls out all over itself (it's fine though because there's zero shimmer in this palette), the mirror (?) isn't actually a mirror, but it has a standard UD brush (definer and flattened eyeshadow sides). For full utility bring in a pencil smudger for delicate densely-packed patdowns, and a fluffy setting brush for the rest.