Sephora Editorial 2.0 PRO Palette Now Available

Sephora Editorial 2.0 PRO Palette Now Available
Sephora Editorial 2.0 PRO Palette

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Become entranced by these dreamy high fashion shades. The Sephora PRO Editoiral 2.0 Pigment Palette can be used to create soft, ethereal looks as well as photoshoot-ready makeup. These electric and vibrant hues are perfect for spellbinding looks. All the versatile and highly saturated color you need can be found in this one luxurious palette.

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Editorial 2.0 PRO Palette, $68.00

  • Enchant
  • Potion
  • Antique Rose
  • Feather
  • Wizard
  • Cloak
  • Talisman
  • Mystic
  • Magic
  • Synergy
  • Chant
  • Spellbound
  • Brick
  • Blood Moon
  • Fire
  • Wish
  • Sense
  • Omen
  • Sage
  • Trance
  • Coven
  • Psychic
  • Illusion
  • Faerie
  • Pegasus
  • Charm
  • Atlantis
  • Alchemy

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$68 sure seems like a lot for a Sephora brand palette, no matter how big it is…I feel makeup prices have just been skyrocketing higher and higher for the past year or two.

You should swatch some of these Sephora pro palettes in store. They eyeshadows are SUCH good quality, super buttery and pigmented, so it’s worth the money especially for so many shades.

I don’t agree. It is less thsn $3 per shadow for QUALITY shadows!! I don’t think these are made in China either.
Haven’t seen these but they look gorgeous and varied shades. Some look similar but not a much as dime of these other Pro palettes.

This palette is way too colorful for my little hooded eyes! 😀 But Omen, Sage, and Trance are fascinating to me. I’d love to see eye looks using those shades.

I usually don’t like large palettes but this color selection is both stunning and something I can definitely get some use out of. However, the only Sephora brand eyeshadow I have tried was very disappointing quality wise. Are you planning to review this one? Would prefer to wait for your review before trying it myself.

I ordered this yesterday. I don’t generally like Sephora eye shadows BUT the exception is these Pro Palettes. I have all of them, the three “originals” and the three newest, which includes this one. They are far from cheap, but I do enjoy large palettes like this and so many smaller palettes in my collection (anywhere from 5 pans to 15 pans) cost $30 or more that $68 for 28 pans isn’t awful. I just wish they didn’t come with the huge mirror because it makes them so darn heavy!

Nope-
I can’t do it. I got the “cool” palette last year and I was SORRY!! The dustiness, the poor color payoff!! I had to work way too hard to get them to show up, blend nicely and not be so patchy.. no way! I’m not doing it again! This is just another massive palette i don’t need to risk my money on.

Nope, no way, I’m not interested. Preferred the one just before this one, so I’ll be waiting for the rating on that one. And like Genevieve, I don’t have much hopes it will swatch better, but even if it did, it’s a no-go for me. Colors are just too light, pale and I’m sure to have plenty of dupes.

I really enjoy the first Sephora Pro Editorial Palette I purchased. I was in Sephora last night and they had this palette out, the store was closing soon I was rushing around but I had to swatch that matte pastel blue and it didn’t blow me away but a swatch doesn’t reveal everything either so I’m interested in seeing it in action and some reviews before I purchase.

Another one of those palettes that I’d probably get if I were just starting out in makeup and hitting an adventurous stage; as it is, too many dupes (or just too much stash in general, dupes or no).

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