March 1, 2018

By Terry Game Lighter Palette Arrives in Safe Nudes and Fun, Funky Shades

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In one of the most interesting releases every the new By Terry Game Lighter Eyeshadow Palette arrives for Spring 2018. Ok, so, that’s not really news by any means nor is it interesting. And the shade Pixie Nudes is cutely named but also, very uninteresting even though I’m loving that particular shade selection for myself.

Nope, what’s interesting here is the more colorful Fun’tasia Game Lighter Palette that contains some very rather fun shades for the brand which typically is all about elegant nudes.

Available for a limited time each palette is $42 and contains multi-reflecting prisms with a metallic eyeshadows as well as a dual-ended brush. The palette comes in a safer nude selection called Pixie Nudes and a second shade in Fun’tasia. As I said above this is way different for By Terry. By Terry is a higher end brand that for the most part focuses on a very natural look. This palette features bright shades of purple, green, yellow, pink, and blue. It reminds me of Easter Egg dyes for some reason.

What do you think?

Unusual for by Terry right?

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  • Christina D.

    Sorry to be Debbie Downer but…

    I had purchased the $96 By Terry Designer Eye Shadow palettes in Smokey Nude and Color Design that were released a few years ago. They looked lovely and at $96 were the priciest I had purchased at that point.

    They were by far the worst eye shadows I have ever used in my life. I had to pack them to get any color, and if I sneezed they were gone. They would completed disappear within a few hours, and this was over primer (and I tried a few different primers). I would never, ever buy from By Terry again.

    • kjh

      I think you are right, spot on. I think these terrys are nowhere nearly as good as their exclusive outlets (barney’s, neiman’s, etc) would like to pretend that they are. TdG is the image of UHE, and her imprimatur or creation MEANS SOMETHING. not. It seems that even the people who patronize her lines usually only wind up liking one or two products, and dislike the others. I see bT as a vanity line that does not make good sense to indulge in. (Plus, her ingredients lists always were negs.)

  • kjh

    Not that far off for terry de g, when you consider her sunseeker (iirthe namec) cheek palettes. I’ve had a hard time talking myself out of the colorful one. Ingredients check on Beautylish…and they are usually accurate: no Benzyl Salicylate, which she seemed to use in most products, as a fragrance modifier, rather than chem sunscreen. So, for your readers who avoid chem sunscreens, this is a go. (A first go, imadmittedlyfaultyo.). Get whichever, Is, or both, but I need show and tell on these desperately.

  • Dawn M

    I just got the Pixie Nude one from Beautylish. I have 2 observations for you. The size and layout of the pans make it hard to use big brushes. The brush that comes with the palette or one similar is the perfect size. The colors aren’t very pigmented……BUT……the looks I came up with were really beautiful. It’s a little odd. You think you aren’t getting much but when you step back and look at what you did…..your eyes look glowy and pretty. I like it actually.

    • Maggie Liu

      Thanks for commenting on your experience. I wondered about brush size when I saw the pan layout. While the colors aren’t too unique, it sounds like the finish is quite something

  • genevieve

    These are quite unusual looking palettes from By Terry, but I do wonder how you are going to get your brush into those little squares. Hmmm
    Her products haven’t really grabbed me in the past and I feel that the Funtasia one, which also reminds me of Easter Eggs and Candy Floss, is too pastely neon for me. And as for the Pixie Nudes, I think I have those shades in abundance.
    I would want to read that these palettes get an A or so before purchasing as they are quite expensive.