I am finally back on it with the Palette reviews.
Eyeshadows are my favorite makeup product. And certain palettes and shades are incredibly inspiring.
As I have been exploring Mercari and what not more, I have noticed people searching out palettes and products that have come in subscription boxes. Which prompted this idea for a new series on my blog!
To kick off Subscription Box Win or Womp I decided to play with the beautifully packaged Butter London Natural Goddess Eyeshadow Palette.
Butter London is a 100% Cruelty Free brand. The Natural Goddess Palette retails for $32 on their website, Here. This palette is also paraben free, which is great.
Please keep in mind, Carmine is a color additive in some of the shades, meaning this is not a vegan product!
The packaging is slim and beautiful. It contains a built in mirror. It is a nice little size to travel with.
There are four shimmer shades, as well as two matte shades.
Enchantress: Shimmering Sand
Queen: Shimmering Copper
Star: Metallic Green
Diva: Metallic Gold
Temptress: Matte chocolate brown, with a bit of a red under tone.
Femme Fatale: Matte turquoise
A simple explanation of the look I did
- I started with a fluffy crease brush and used temptress to lightly define my crease. I later went in a deepened it just a bit.
- I took a flat shaded brush and applied diva to the inner half of my lid.
- Using the other side of the same brush, I applied star to the rest of my lid.
- With a bit fluffier of a shading brush, I applied queen on to my inner corner, and a little bit on to the first part of my lid.
- Using that same brush I applied enchantress to my brow bone. Speaking of, please ignore my brows, I am trying to let them grow.
All I did for my lower lash line was use a blue liner, then smoked it out with Femme Fatale.
This look was quick and easy to do. All the shades are buttery and easy to work with.
Win or Womp?
This was a hard one to start out with! While I do think it is a great palette for someone who just wants some lid shades, a matte, and a pop of color, I wouldn’t go out of my way to purchase it unless that is all you want. I also wish that this palette had a matte transition shade. Which in theory, you could use the Femme Fatale shade for.
My final conclusion. I will be keeping this in my collection, so for me it is a WIN. But, on the other hand I don’t think this is a palette anyone really needs to run out and get, so win for me, Womp for the idea of going out and purchasing it.
Have you tried this palette? What are your thoughts?
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