First of all, the packaging is absolutely stunning. When you pull the palette out of the box (Not pictured) it comes housed in a black protective sleeve. Much like Dior or Chanel. The only complaint I do have about the packaging is it gets dirty very very quickly. By the time I was done photographing, the inside & outside were covered in fingerprints.
Lolita is made up of a mix of matte, metallics, iridescence & sheen neutral shadows. Right up my alley!
These palettes do come in several different shades so there is something for everyone!
When you open the palette, it has a pretty decent mirror and comes with a plastic sleeve to cover the shadows. I’ve been keeping the plastic cover on it each time I’m through using it so you can see how dirty it got!
And here are the shadows! Absolutely gorgeous! I love that there is such a wide variety of finishes.
L-R : matte off white cream (Perfect for brow bone highlighting) , matte nude & matte dark coffee brown
L-R : metallic warm pink with iridescent glitter, iridescent champagne pink sheen, light peach sheen & rosy copper sheen
So how’s the quality you ask? Out of this freaking world. They feel like butter. They blend so easily on the eyes, the wear time is great with and without a primer and like I said they are just so velvety silky smooth. I found a few of the shadows to be more pigmented than others, but it’s nothing a little primer can fix. You will get some fallout with the glitter shades, but I think that’s to be expected with anything glittery you put on your face.
In this second set of swatches, the champagne pink sheen was the least pigmented out of all of them.
These colors are absolutely perfect for Fall and I am going to be rocking the heck out of them!
Have you picked up anything from the new Marc Jacobs Beauty line yet? They are a tad pricey, but the quality is outstanding! You definitely get what you pay for! I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!
Availability – Sephora & Sephora.com
Price – $59
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*Provided for an honest review. All opinions are my own*