I think I have an addiction to these palettes. They’re gorgeous, though, so I’m totally okay with that. Read on for my full review, swatches and demo!
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The Pink Fizz palette came out at the end of 2015, so I feel like I’m a little behind on this one, but it’s still a beautiful palette that makes me feel like popping open a glass of champers and celebrating with friends. I love the colours together in this one; it’s almost pastel-looking, but it also has some darker colours towards the centre of the palette to pair them with, including a dark blue.
The large mirror is certainly a plus-point and, as always, the melted chocolate packaging is stunning. You also get shade names on the plastic sheet inside the palette, but I wish they could be written on the actual palette because I ALWAYS lose it.
The palette comes with 13 shimmer and 3 matte shades, which is something to consider if you prefer a wider range of mattes. I do feel like you could do a whole look with this, but if you wanted to do something different than a brown smokey eye with a pop of colour on the lid you may have to pick up another palette. I would have appreciated a pink matte shade and perhaps a grey. However the theme of the palette is pink champagne, so what can you expect? Anyway, let’s swatch this beauty.
Some of the shadows required some extra work to get lots pigment out of, but for a palette where each shadow costs 44p (or 88p for the larger two) you aren’t going to be expecting perfection. The shadows do feel soft and were easy to use, but would require a primer and lots of blending in application.
Let me know what you think of the palette and whether you’d like to see a MOTD with this palette or not!