October 15, 2018

Lancome Color Design Starlight Sparkle Eyeshadow Palette or La Rose A Poudre Which Would You Choose?

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The Lancome Color Design Starlight Sparkle Eyeshadow Palette and new shade of Starlight Sparkle La Rose A Poudre has launched for Holiday 2018! Which would you choose to purchase? Can I say both!? 🙂

A lot of brands have been embracing jewel tones for their Holiday Collections and I think it comes as some relief to not see more nudes. The Color Design Starlight Sparkle Eyeshadow Palette ($49) 12 matte and metallics (all full-size eyeshadows) in jewel and nude tones. It’s an interesting assortment of shades that’s supposed to act as a day and a night palette all in one. I actually love that idea as I tend to wear more nudes in the day and get a little more dramatic in the evening with my look! All the shades are full-size which makes the palette a great value as well!


  • Sand (neutral tan matte)
  • Embers (burnt brick matte)
  • Citrine Copper (bronze matte)
  • Galactic Sapphire (golden black metallic)
  • Violet Mercury (violet metallic)
  • Siren’s Emerald (emerald metallic)
  • Rose Quartz (rose matte)
  • Dawn (tan matte)
  • Henna (deep brown matte)
  • Midnight Stone (deep purple metallic)
  • Magnetic Magenta (magenta metallic)
  • Arabian Nights (black metallic)

Lancome La Rose A Poudre ($60) makes a come back for Holiday 2018 in a new shade called Starlight Sparkle. This version is a sparkling gold! As you can see it’s a blooming flower which you swipe your brush over. The packaging is very much like Les Merveilleuses Laduree!

Both Lancome Color Design Starlight Sparkle Eyeshadow Palette or La Rose A Poudre are available now.

Which would you choose to bring home with you?

Where to buy

Ulta Sephora


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  • Agona

    I am trying to resist this palette; I’ve always had a soft spot for Lancôme because their GWPs given to me by my mom were the entirety of my makeup as a teen! This is the first thing I’ve seen from them in a long while that has attracted me. I am loving all the jewel-toned sparkle trend this holiday!!

  • kjh

    Laduree inspired, and beautiful. Not sure the shadows are up there in quality. Lisa E has not done much to increase the profile and reliability of product. Palettes have been pretty disappointing. There’s always hope, though.

  • CosmetopiaDigest

    If the jewel tones in there are on the soft side, like the Auda[City] formula, I WANT! Will you be swatching this, Musey?