If you’re looking for a work friendly look or a nice, neutral look for New Year’s you might want to check out the Sonia Kashuk Classic Palette for $19.99 as it brings color and tools together in one slim, flip top palette.
Check it after the jump!
Sonia Kashuk Classic Palette was a Holiday release but honestly you can easily work it year round for an elegant look.
It’s a tri-fold palette with a full size mirror, brushes, and a full face palette to create several neutral looks. You get four brushes, three eye shadows, three lip creams, one liner, and one blush.
Design wise the palette is quite nice. It folds up into a small size which is tiny enough for travel or toting around for touch ups. The full lenght mirror and brushes are a welcome addition, making the palette friendly for stowing away in a desk draw or carrying around. Although I find the brushes a very nice touch they do run towards being a tad scratchy and coarse.
The makeup in the palette is quite nicely pigmented but does feel a tiny bit cheap. I created a nice look using the products however some items proved better to work with than others. The shadows blend nicely with good color payoff likewise for the blush. The liner is nicely pigmented as well and will work wet or dry. I did feel the lip creams were a tad badly formulated and dry on my lips. The overall feel of the cosmetics wasn’t nearly as good as other cosmetics I’ve tried from the Target Sonia Kashuck Collection. They blend well, are nicely pigmented, but I can’t shake the feel of cheap makeup when I use the palette.
Overall, I think it’s a nice palette for quick looks or for those who aren’t experienced with makeup and desire an all in one palette. It makes a rather nice gift as well or just to purchase to keep in your desk draw when you need to quickly do up makeup for an evening out, etc…..
Ok, but not great by any means.
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Available now from Target.
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