Yes! More makeup! I bought this beauty in February when I visited the capital just for the day in order to go to museums and loitering with a friend. I was a bit skeptical at first because super natural palettes are boring, right? But after seeing so many people praise and love Kat von D palettes, I had rummaged through my eyeshadows and realized that maybe I had room for some good ol’ matte contourey eyeshadows. And so it was! I entered Sephora and a TABLE FULL of said palette met me. It was like fate. Well, you know, “fate”.
So minutes later I exited the store clutching my first really expensive eyeshadow palette. Well, next after my collection of Makeup Geek eyeshadows and that lovely Anastasia one, of course.
A cooler, greyer version above, with a redder warmer in the picture below.
Here sporting Kat von D Lolita II Liquid Lipstick, a domestic chaos and one perfect little companion. She had to join me because she was chewing on my cables.
Punishment: Being touched by a human and used for props!
And I’ll be damned if I haven’t used this palette every single time I’ve done my makep since I came home with it. It’s just so damn good! The colours are buildable so if you just whisk on a tad it just enhances your shapes. But then I add just a little more, and a little more, and a liiitttle more, and suddenly I’m sitting there with a whole lot of not so natural eye makeup! Just the way I like it!
Four months of visible use
Five out of five shaky eyeshadow blending hands to the Shade & Light Eye Palette!