As I've mentioned before, these palettes run for about $5 at drugstores, and what sets them apart from most other drugstore palettes is that they are comprised of both shimmer and matte shades.
Out of the 4 palettes from their permanent line, I think this is my least favorite - not because they are bad quality, but because I am not the biggest fan of blues... but I will still be objective!
*no primer was used for these swatches*
Like the other two of the these palettes that I've reviewed, these shadows have nice pigmentation and a smooth texture - although I will say that the glittery white applies sheerly (though smoothly) and is more about the glitter than the white. However, due to the texture of it, I think it was meant to be this way rather than being poor quality.
Since I am not a huge fan of these colors, this is the only one of these palettes that I didn't purchase until I found it on sale.
Now that I have it though, I think I am happy that it's in my collection. In case I ever want to play with shades like these, I am happy to have gotten them this way - multiple shades at a good price.
Even if you do pay the full $5 for this palette though, this is still a good deal.
I will say that I think that the blues and greens could be really pretty as lower liner if you want just a touch of color to your look without making it too bright.
Have you tried this one out? What do you think of the colors?
Thanks for reading.
*To see all my posts of the ColorIcon palettes, click here.