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Sephora Smokey Jewels PRO Palette Now Available

Sephora Smokey Jewels PRO Palette
Sephora Smokey Jewels PRO Palette

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Light up your look with rich gemstone shades in this stunning palette. Inspired by precious stones such as amethyst, sapphire, emerald, and ruby, the Sephora PRO Smokey Jewels Pigment Palette delivers colors to make you gleam. With sparkling and matte textures, the Smokey Jewels palette is truly a hidden gem. All the verstaile and highly saturated color you need can be found in this one luxurious palette. The soft and smooth powders are packaged in one portable compact complete with a tutorial pamphlet written by the Sephora PRO Artists.

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Smokey Jewels PRO Palette, $68.00

Eye shadows in Alabaster, Citrine, Fire Opal, Woodland, Tiger Eye, Crystal, Ruby, Smokey Quartz, Geode, Stone, Garnet, Amethyst, Sodalite, Canvas, Emerald, Fern, Malachite, Druzy, Driftwood, Maca, Earth, Aquamarine, Storm, Capri, Hematite, Sapphire, Indigo, Obsidian.

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I had the same hope when Hourglass came out with those Visionary lipsticks that had such affirming and positive names but, sadly, it didn’t catch on with quite the force that all those orange and red shadows caught on. But you are right – how nice that the names are not sexually suggestive and are in line with the name of the palette (ie names of gems, etc.)

I agree; $68 is a lot to spend on hit or miss roulette. I don’t mind doing rolling the dice on a less expensive palette, but at this price point and with the Pro Cool palette earning a C+, I’ll wait for a review.

What Genevieve said. To a lesser extent than MUFE…as S’s shadows were not perfection in the older formula….the newer shadows are far more iffy. In the holiday onslaught, this is going to be a mighty labor for you to review. (You know, if they are obviously duds, no one would mind if this was a sneak peek only…..)The megas in this season must be excruciating, at your level of detail, just considering the time involved for swatching, not even from the dupes and the thought to language p-o-v. The shade assortment covers the spectrum in a most seasonal way; it’s spot on. If this is decent, it is a real bargain. But, if average to poor, not worth the consideration. I’ll bet there are days this season, when you wish you had a clone!

KJH, everything you said! And says it better than I can atm. Yet expresses what I thought when I saw this behemoth of a palette. Just impossible with it being dropped at this time of year.

This is a larger palette than I find it practical to use and there are those orange and red shades AGAIN but I do hope the quality in this is good because I like it when Sephora offers great products at good prices – it’s a bit of a poke in the eye to those brands whose prices have become outrageous in the past few years.

This appears almost like an expanded version of Urban Decay’s Born to Run. That price though, yikes – it’s an extra $20 for 7 more shades.

There’s also a nudes palette out right now on sephora online in this setup. This looks amazing. I’ll wait for reviews then perhaps justify the purchase as a birthday present to myself. The new KVD fetish palette will get my money right now.

A nice range of colors, actually. No idea how large the individual pans are, but $68 for 28 colors is a great deal if most of them are decent quality. Add this to a small neutral side palette with one’s own personal crease, transition and browbone shades, and you’d never need to buy another palette. 🙂

I would rather have this than UD’s Born to Run palette, as long as the quality is there. It’s a super similar color story and even though it’s a little heavy to travel with, I’d rather spend a little more for more shadows as I typically always regret my UD purchases. Waiting for your review!

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