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This collaboration palette recently returned on ColourPop’s website, and the first time around I did not manage to get it before it was discontinued. But this time around, I was not going to miss out since at this point I’m just attempting to collect all of the ColourPop eyeshadow palettes… well at least all of the 12-pan palettes. And I love the packaging of this one since it’s covered in pink and red roses with rose gold lettering. The color story of the shadows also matches as it has mauve and berry tones. To give you those romantic shades to transition from sweet damsel to femme fatale according to ColourPop.
Each shadow contains 0.85g (0.03 oz) of product and costs $16, which is a typical price of a 12-pan palette from ColourPop. And there are three different finishes: metallic, matte, and satin. Similar to other ColourPop palettes, each shadow is extremely pigmented and applies evenly on the eyes. They also feel buttery and are very long wearing. There is some kick back from the matte shades, but nothing crazy and I didn’t notice any type of fall out underneath my eyes when I was done.
- Ladylike: metallic soft champagne
- Babe: satin light peachy pink
- Dainty: metallic pinky taupe
- Chick: metallic subtle gold
- Mademoiselle: metallic rose gold
- Gal: metallic red with copper duochrome
- Empress: metallic mid-tone pink plum
- Filly: metallic rusty orange
- Dear: matte warm rose
- Missy: matte deep burgundy
- Damsel: matte smokey violet
- Duchess: matte dusty coral
Overall, I really enjoy this palette and I’m glad I know have this in my eyeshadow collection. I do think a lot of the tones almost look too similar, each shadow basically just comes in three different finishes so there aren’t a lot of looks that you can create out of this palette. However, as I said I do love the palette but I do find that to be a bit of a drawback. If you’ve tried the She Palette, what do you think of it?
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