Hello beauties, I was recently on a scrolling spree on amazon, it’s addictive because they’re so many cheap beauty gadgets and makeup bits on there. Which brings me to this palette I found that I’m reviewing today. If you’re a regular reader you will know that I’m a equal lover of warm makeup looks, bright and bold and that glitter is definitely my friend. So when I saw a product that could offer me all three in one single palette I had to have it.
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De’lanci is a Chinese makeup brand that creates everything from palettes, lip products to makeup brushes. Often these are duping well known products but all have a cheap price tag.
First off I want to comment on how fun the packaging is, it comes in a cardboard sleeve with the most gorgeous nebula background with text in the style of constellations, perfect for any space lover. I have noticed that most of these shades look very similar to the Jaclyn Hill Morphe Palette so I’m not sure if this is meant to be duping it or not.
Inside you will find a sturdy large mirror which I prefer in a eyeshadow palette. This contains twenty five eyeshadows in total, ten mattes, ten shimmers and five pressed glitters. I love it when a eyeshadow palette has a good selection of both shimmers and mattes as you can create one look using just one palette, even better if it has pressed glitters also.
Now onto the swatches!
Shades- ‘maple red’, ‘cabernet’, ‘story’ and ‘silence’.
Shades- ‘nightingale’, ‘earth’, ’ember’ and ‘dark clouds’.
Shades- ‘cocoa’, ‘scorched’, ‘champagne’ and ‘forest’.
Shades- ‘memories’, ‘tipsy’, ‘blue rose’ and ‘lullaby’.
Shades- ‘moonlight’, ‘wheat field’, ‘mystic night’ and ‘dew’.
Shades- ‘nocturne’, ‘diamond midnight’, ‘burning clouds’, ‘stars twinkle’ and ‘pink dream’.
I was extremely surprised by all of the shades in this palette, the mattes are very pigmented and aren’t drying in any way except the shade ‘moon light’ which is slightly chalky. The shimmers are absolutely gorgeous and the pigmentation is intense, they blend beautifully and have hardly any fall out.
As for the glitter, it’s well pressed into the pan and has a soft feel to it. I recommend applying with a flat small brush as it will stick to your fingers and won’t adhere to the lid properly and look patchy. I also feel that using a glitter primer or adherent works best as the glitter did move around somewhat on the lid without one, especially where I have hooded lids.
This palette cost £16.27 which i think is fab for all the colours and textures you get inside. You can certainly get your moneys worth with the diverse amount of looks you can get from this palette. If you’re interested in buying you can find it here.
What do you think of this palette? Let me know in the comments below!
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