October 17, 2013

Stila Masterpiece Series Eye & Cheek Palettes Holiday 2013

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Stila Masterpiece Series Eye & Cheek Palettes

Here’s a little sneak peek at the new Stila Masterpiece Series Eye & Cheek Palettes that launched with the Stila Holiday 2013 Collection recently.

Things I love about this palette?

It includes three cute travel palettes and costs a mere $39 so you can break this up into three gifts or keep all three for yourself (no one is blaming you there).

Take a look!

Instead of doing cheaper budget Travel Girl style palettes this year Stila introduced the Masterpiece Series Eye & Cheek Palettes which combines three different palettes into one.

The palettes each contain five shadows each and unlike past Travel Palettes the cheek color included is a powder (not a Stila Convertible Cream) which means less mess during application. They also include a get the look guide with tips and tricks for applying the shades.

You get:
Vol. I The Minimalist Palette:

  • 5 Eye Shadows in Natural Light, Simplicity, Elegance, Subtlety, Balance
  • Cheek Color in Harmony

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Vol. II The Impressionist Palette:

  • Eye Shadows in Canvas, Pastel, Vision, Watercolor, Movement
  • Cheek Color in Parisian Pink

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Vol. III The Modernist Palette:

  • Eye Shadows in Glaze, Avant-Garde, Mondrian, Abstract, Charcoal
  • Cheek Color in Nouveau

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The palettes work out $13 each which is very friendly and comparable to past Stila Travel Girl Palettes which started out at $10 each and worked up to $14 and a bit beyond….so the price is rather nice here. If you’re really strapped for cash this is a nice set to break down and include in little gift bags for friends. Maybe even buy one of the Sephora Holiday Brush Sets and break it apart and include a few of the brushes into each gift bag you create with the palettes. It’s a nice way to give friends the gift of beauty but without over splurging…! And of course, you can find other beauty products like Christmas-y lip balms from Avon for as little as a buck, makeup sponges, etc…and just theme each bag around beauty!

Or do like I am…

Keep ’em ALL for yourself 🙂

That works too right?

Review and swatches are upcoming on the set!

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  • Christina

    Saw these at Ulta and, although they are cute, they are all made in China. Usually, the cheaper items like these palettes are made there and that’s an absolute deal-breaker for me.

    I’ve yet to use anything Stila even though the In The Moment, In The Light, and In The Know palettes are very tempting — and made in the USA.

  • Simone

    Ooh I’m loving the look of the minimalist palette. Personally, I don’t care where a product is made, as long as the quality is there. Ill wait to see how these perform. They’re so cute 🙂

  • Melody

    O.m.g… Can’t resist 3 for that price?! And powder cheek? Thanks! I didn’t even know bout this oh yay!

  • Mari Calikes

    I don’t think it is fair that the Stila U.K site doesn’t have these palettes cos I love them. If I paid you though PayPal could you post this travel palette set to me? I really like them.

    • the Muse

      sorry mari, taking time out to purchase it, get to the post office, wait in a massive line etc takes time out of my already super busy schedule. I barely have time to breath sometimes 🙂 so def don’t have time to do purchases, mail products out, etc. perhaps check on a makeup forum or a friend in the US, etc..reddit perhaps as well? e-bay? Hope this helps.

  • Irene

    I think this is the cutest idea ever. But i was at sephora in Canada, and they jacked up the prices for Canadians to $59 for this set..
    Not worth $59.

    Great Review, love these holiday sets coming out