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Monday, 11 January 2016

Smashbox Double Exposure Travel Palette : Swatches & Review

Smashbox Double Exposure Travel Palette 
This Smashbox Double Exposure Travel Palette retails for $24US and $26CAN. The original full size version retails for $52US or $60CAN. With the travel palette you get 8 x 0.026 oz (0.208 oz) of product which is close to half (43%) of the full size 14 x 0.035 oz (0.49 oz) of product.

The price also reflects the 57% reduction in product.

Smashbox Double Exposure Travel Palette in Silver, Peony, Quartz, Veiled, Midnight, Haze, Copper, & Espresso.
Smashbox Double Exposure Travel Palette box front.
Smashbox Double Exposure Travel Palette ingredients.
Smashbox Double Exposure Travel Palette front
Smashbox Double Exposure Travel Palette back
These eyeshadows still fall under two finishes, shimmer and matte.

The shimmer shades have great colour payoff with a layer of larger shimmer particles.
The matte ones however where a bit powdery but still buttery.

The shades are all slightly sheer but build-able as well.

Silver is a light periwinkle blue with a shimmer finish.
Peony is a pale pink with a shimmer finish.
Quartz is a light peach with gold shimmer.
Veiled is a pale butter yellow with a matte finish.

Midnight is a smokey blue with a shimmer finish.
Haze is a blue based deep purple with a shimmer finish.
Copper is a warm deep brown with a shimmer finish.
Espresso is a neutral deep brown with a matte finish.

Wear: These where 6 hours without a base.

Is a thin credit card size compact that is very light weight. The surprising thing about the packaging is that the mirror it a polished metal plate to cut done on bulk. It also VERY thin.

Daylight swatches: Silver, Peony, Quartz, & Veiled.
Flash swatches: Silver, Peony, Quartz, & Veiled,
Daylight swatches: Midnight, Haze, Copper, & Espresso.
Flash swatches: Midnight, Haze, Copper, & Espresso.

I like this palette because it very easy to keep in your purse and the shades are what I would use daily or for touch ups. But this one does not have the same building shades found in the Full Exposure Travel Palette, so I recommend this palette used with another basics palette to account for your skin tone.

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