September 26, 2016

Kat Von D MetalMatte Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2016

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The Kat Von D MetalMatte Eyeshadow Palette ($60) is a new eyeshadow palette that’s available for Holiday 2016 which includes a selection of metallic and matte eyeshadow formulas.

Let’s take a look!

The Kat Von D MetalMatte Eyeshadow Palette arrives your way with a total of 22 eyeshadow shades 9 of which are brand new, never before seen Metal Crush Eyeshadow shades and one best-selling shade, Synergy from the permanent range! The palette also includes 13 matte eyeshadows.

There’s also a tutorial guide to create three different looks using the shades! Just like Kat’s past releases this palette has original hand-drawn art work by Kat herself.

Metal Crush Eyeshadow shades:

  • Nebula (metallic navy)
  • Watt (metallic teal)
  • Ignite (metallic sea foam)
  • Tinsel (metallic pewter)
  • Glitz (metallic rose gold)
  • Twinkle (metallic lilac)
  • Volt (metallic violet)
  • Synergy (metallic bronze)
  • Flash (metallic gold)

Matte Eyeshadow shades:

  • Linen (matte white)
  • Jet (matte black)
  • Velour (matte royal blue)
  • Stone (matte cement gray)
  • Moss (matte forest green)
  • Ribbon (matte deep purple)
  • Silk (matte terra cotta)
  • Fringe (matte peach)
  • Feather (matte dandelion yellow)
  • Oak (matte chocolate brown)
  • Suede (matte fawn)
  • Bone (matte cream)
  • Velvet (matte deep plum)

Will you be picking up the Kat Von D MetalMatte Eyeshadow Palette?

It’s available now at

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  • Maria

    Colors look nice. Never tried her eyeshadows. Wonder how they compare to Too faced and Urban decay.

  • Christina D.

    Stalking Sephora for days for this (ok, I peruse Sephora every day). Ordered this morning. Still doing my happy dance.

    • Isabella Muse

      likewise! Dry, fine lines, def doesn’t translate well for these darker shades!

  • Jackie

    This isn’t my personal style, but it looks fabulous for anyone wanting more color!! Great value, and her quality is next to none!!! I have some of her palettes in the more neutral ranges and they are topnotch!!

    • Isabella Muse

      Agreed! I skipped! I have finer lines, puffiness, and the colors are too dark for me but it looks stunning!

  • Jen R

    I am definitely going to have to see some swatches, or even test it in person. The shimmery colors are gorgeous, and I have several singles in the Metal Crush formula and love them, but colorful matte shades always make me really nervous in terms of quality. They just never seem to perform well. 🙁

    I also think that the price point is a bit high – even if the pans are a good size, that’s just a lot of money for a palette. Will definitely wait for the Sephora sale if I decide to get it.

  • Missy

    That is so gorgeous, but I’m miffed that palettes are edging up into that price range… I’ve got most of her stuff, but I’m going to have to pass on this. Harrumph!

  • Katherine T.

    I ordered mine this morning! Have been waiting months and months for this to launch. If those 9 new Metal Crush shadows are the same quality as her singles, that alone would make it worth it for me. And I don’t mind smaller sizes, as I never hit pan on shadows.