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Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Sephora Disney Cinderella Storylook Eyeshadow Palette: Swatches & Review




 The Cinderella Storylook Eyeshadow Palette retailed for $55US and $66CAN. I'm a little late to this ball but the reason I'm review this one now is that I'm planing to buy all the Storylook volumes from Disney and want to have this for comparison. ;)



Tray with gold ribbon pull a flocked/velvet fabric


Product
Matte, satin, and shimmer eyeshadows formals. All blend together well but each as it's hit and misses in texture and pigmentation.

Colour

Maiden is medium magenta that leans more pink with silver micro glitter. The micro shimmer is spars unless you apply it wet. Nicely pigmented and smooth.

All Aglow is a peachy warm tan with a golden shimmer. Nicely pigmented and smooth.

Destined is a duo chrome gray/blue with a green and gold shimmer-sheen. Very pigmented and smooth.

Cinderelly is a pastel green green with a matte finish. Slight sheer but the texture smooth and applies nicely and can be built up.

Pumpkin Coach is a soft peach-orange with gold sparkle. another sheer shade but would better over a base. The shade is a build able and doesn't apply patchy.

Ball Gown is bright white with a frosted finish. Nicely pigmented and smooth.

Kill Joy is a cool tone taupe. Reminds me of Urban Decay Mushroom (I love Mushroom). Very pigmented and smooth.

Fairy Godmother is a true periwinkle icy blue in a matte finish. Very pigmented and smooth.

Glass Slipper is light blue in a shimmer Finnish. Nicely pigmented and smooth.

Royal is bright blue with a matte finish. The pigmentation is good but it applies a little patch so you will need to build this colour to help smooth it out. 

Gus Gus is bright sunshine yellow with a golden shimmer. Very pigmented and smooth.

Charming is a vanilla yellow shade with a metallic finish when applied to my skin. Very pigmented and smooth.

Chateau is red-toned brown with a frosted finish. Very pigmented and smooth.

Palace is a pink beige with a frosted finish. Very pigmented and smooth.

Drizella is a copper/bronze shade with a metallic finish. Very pigmented and smooth.

Cinders is a blacken brown satin base with gold sparkle. Very pigmented and smooth.

Jaq is a cool tone brown with a frosted finish. Nicely pigmented and smooth.

Midnight is a blackened navy blue with blue shimmer. This colour preforms best wet to capture the high shine of the blue in this one.

A Wish is a light nude beige with a satiny finish. Very pigmented and smooth.

Rococo is a deep plum/burgundy with a satiny finish. Very pigmented and smooth.


Wear:
On average the shade wear 4 to 7 hour with out a primer. (the sheerer shades are 4)




Box Art
Books used ac colour swatches

Back of book

From of book details
Packaging: The box art is gorgeous, with gold embossed foiled stamp and the "wallpaper" background has a UV gloss added to give it more dimension to the pattern.

The Book are is just as details with the same finish to the box artwork, their is also "Ester Eggs" silhouettes of the Fair Godmother and the dance of Cinderella and Prince Charming.

The book it's sell feel sturdy and the packaging is rather slim.


Daylight swatches: Maiden, All Aglow, Destined, Cinderelly, Pumpkin Coach, Ball Gown, Kill Joy, Fairy Godmother,
Glass Slipper, & Royal
Flash swatches: Maiden, All Aglow, Destined, Cinderelly, Pumpkin Coach, Ball Gown, Kill Joy, Fairy Godmother,
Glass Slipper, & Royal 
Daylight swatches: Gus Gus, Charming, Chateau, Palace, Drizella, Cinders, Jaq, Midnight, A Wish, & Rococo
Flash swatches: Gus Gus, Charming, Chateau, Palace, Drizella, Cinders, Jaq, Midnight, A Wish, & Rococo


Verdict
Very rarely do I find myself loving both Limited edition packaging and the product them self housed in them. You might be able to snag this one in Sephora stores or online.

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