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Thursday, 14 March 2013

Sephora Disney Jasmine Storylook Palette: Swatches & Review

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Jasmine Storylook Palette

The Jasmine Storylook Eyeshadow Palette retails for $55US and $66CAN. This is the sections Volume of palettes from the Disney collection.
Tray with tassel pull a satin fabric
Top part of tray.
lower part of tray
Product


Matte, satin, and shimmer eyeshadows formals. All blend together well but each. the blush as satin with shimmer particles mixed in.

Colour

Blue Oasis is aqua with a matte finish. Sheer but smooth to apply.

Trust Me is a rusty pink/red with a frosted finish. Nicely pigmented and smooth to apply.

Abu is a dark brown shimmer that is almost metallic finish and soft warm undertones. Nicely pigmented and smooth to apply.

Ali Ababwa is pale nude with warm undertones with a matte finish. This one is lightly sheer compared to the Cinderella A Wish shade but it's smooth and build able.

Sultana is a pink beige with a frost almost metallic finish. Nicely pigmented and smooth to apply.

Friend Like Me is a slightly smoky medium blue with silver shimmer. Slightly sheer but smooth to apply.

Master is a eggplant shade with a frost finish. Slightly sheer but smooth to apply.

Cosmic is a metallic finish peach/gold (think MAC's Melon pigment). Very pigmented and smooth to apply.

Cave of Wonders is a bright yellow with a satin finish. Nicely pigmented and smooth to apply.

Sand in the Glass is a pale warm vanilla shade with a metallic finish. The colour is Similar to Cinderella Charming but slightly lighter. Very pigmented and smooth to apply.

Lapis is a teal that leans more blue much like the stone the shades is named after with a matte finish. Slightly sheer but smooth to apply.

Mystical Wonder is a violet purple with light blue shimmer and with blue a frosted finish. Slightly sheer and need a little more packing to apply.

Rajah is a bright orange with a soft lighter orange shimmer with a pearly finish. Very pigmented and smooth to apply.

Arabian Sunset is an coral red with a golden sparkle with a satin finish. The eyeshadow need to be packed on the transfer the gold sparkle but the base shade was Nicely pigmented and smooth to apply.

Bazaar is a warm camel brown with a satin finish. Nicely pigmented and smooth to apply.

Thrilling Chase is a plumy red with golden sparkle with a satin finish. The shade look more warm tone int he pans but sheer out to a berry shade.

Golden Sands is a Gold shimmer Bronze/Highlighter with a warm medium  brown almost matte base. On me sheered out it look muddy with a tone of gold shimmer. 





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


Box Art
Back of Box, I'm a fan of the custom barcodes. ;)
Back of Book
Quote: You're only in trouble if you get caught on both the box and the book
Ester eggs





Packaging: Again 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 a gold foiled stamp (not embossed) artwork behind a jali screen style window frame. The back also has a simple foil stamp of cold over the artwork.

The "Ester Eggs" silhouettes this time of are the Lamp on her top (rest on her cleavage haha), The Genie below the flower and Rajah (her pet tiger) in the swirl on the east side of her dress.

The book it's self feels sturdy and the packaging is rather slim. 

Daylight swatches: Blue Oasis, Trust Me, Abu, Ali Ababwa, Sultana, Friend Like Me, Master, Cosmic, Cave of Wonders,
& Sand in the Glass
Flash swatches: Blue Oasis, Trust Me, Abu, Ali Ababwa, Sultana, Friend Like Me, Master, Cosmic, Cave of Wonders,
& Sand in the Glass
Daylight swatches: Lapis, Mystical Wonder, Rajah, Arabian Sunset, & Bazaar
Flash swatches: Lapis, Mystical Wonder, Rajah, Arabian Sunset, & Bazaar
Daylight swatches: Thrilling Chase & Golden Sands
Flash swatches: Thrilling Chase & Golden Sands



Verdict
Over all it's a good palette. The face product int his one are geared more towards medium to deeper skin tones but like Jasmine herself. ;) I'm tempted to use the blush and bronzer for the eyes as the pigmentation is really good on them.

Apparently they will doing 2 a year for Spring and Fall. Ariel is supposed to the the Fall collection this year so I think I will need to save up for that one just in case I want to get them the compact and palette for her.

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