Today I’ll be reviewing the new Khroma Kardazzle Eyeshadow & Face, it’s actually Khloe’s Kardazzle Palette to be exact. I looked out the window, thankfully it’s not raining fire. Some of you will enjoy this review, some not so much…but facts is facts love ’em or hate ’em the Kardashian’s makeup always looks flawless.
Khroma Beauty & Makeup is the new line that the K’s introduced recently to mainstream drugstores. I located the collection at Harmons but since that time it has popped up in a variety of places including Ulta.
The Kardazzle Complete Face Palettes are a tiny credit card size palette that features eyeshadow, highlighter, bronzer, and blush for $12.99.
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Aha! Just as I suspected! The L’Oreal Colour Riche Eyeshadow Palettes I recently hauled didn’t make the cut. Le sigh! These were introduced in the UK recently and have started popping up in drugstores here in the US. They are available in six shades selections for around $5.79-$6 per palette.
Each palette contains three shades of eyeshadow and one liner shade with a diagram of instructions on the back of the palette for application.
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Lancome Color Design Palette in Ruby Affair is one of three, limited edition shades introduced with Lancome’s Holiday 2012 Collection. I can’t believe, gulp, that I haven’t tried the Color Design Palettes as of yet.
I’m unsure why that is but I must redeem myself as they are all kinds of hashtag brilliant! Lancome couldn’t have created a more easy to use palette for novices and makeup experts alike. Instructions for a day and a night look, applicators, and five shades of color are included with this easy to apply palette. If you’ve had issues in the past determining the best colors for contrasting, shading, and just generally had a difficult time grasping the best way to apply your eye make up you’ll be quite happy with Lancome’s easy to use Color Design Palettes.
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Hello Kitty Say Hello Eyeshadow Palette in Wild Thing is the latest palette Sephora has launched in the Hello Kitty Beauty Collection. Although a Holiday release the shades scream Fall to me.
I’ve had my downfalls with the Hello Kitty Say Hello Eyeshadow Palettes. Some are are ok, most are frosty, some have odd color pair ups…they do share one common trait, the very cute packaging. Sometimes cute packaging can get repetitive though and we really just want good makeup. Wait, what am I saying? Cute packaging is EVERYTHING!
With a brown leopard print and shiny bronze metallic bow this palette oozes cuteness but are the contents just as great?
Urban Decay Naked Basics Eyeshadow Palette launches this week. Excited? The Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette ($27) is a new take on the legendary Naked and Naked 2 Eyeshaodow Palettes.
This smaller, more portable palette contains six full size eyeshadows all of them matte in finish accept for one. I’m positive all the matte lovers out there are squealing in joy because let’s face it Naked and Naked 2 are more about the shimmer than the matte.
The Naked Basics Palette launches in exactly three days, will you be indulging?
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