Last week Sigma Beauty released a new Limited Edition called Créme de Couture, the collection consist of 3 Blushes and an Eyeshadow Palette. Each item can be bought separately or purchased in a set at a slightly discounted amount. I ended up picking up the full collection and will have swatches and a review of the blushes in a separate post later on this week.
Also right now you can get 10% off your order by using the code LJW2013 at checkout good through September 30th and any order over $30 gets a free gift with purchase.
Anyway onto the photos!
|Left to Right: Redberry Rose, Apricot Flower, Passion Fruit, Cherry Blossom|
|Left to Right: Meyer Lemon, Ginger Pumpkin, Café Au Lait, Blueberry Cream|
|Left to Right: Violet Whip, Lavender Honey, Cassis, Elderberry|
|Left to Right: Blue Chocolat, Almond Pear, Crème de Menthe, Citron Pistachio|
My Rating: 9 out of 10 Feathers
Cost: $32.00 for Net Wt. 0.85oz./24g (16 shades)
Formula: The pigmentation on these are really good, a few of the shadows can be a bit powdery but are still very buttery as opposed to chalky. I did have a little bit of trouble with Violet Whip, it seemed to not stick as well.
Packaging: The packaging on this palette is compact and pretty, it'd be very easy to travel with this.
My Final Thoughts: I really love this palette, it's pretty, compact, and the shadows are very bendable. I should point out Matte shadows are a little harder to work with compared to other finishes, that being said I did find Violet Whip was a little more difficult to work with as it didn't want to stick right off. The price though on this palette makes each shadow come out to $2 each which still isn't bad. I love the fact this palette has bright colors mixed in with some very soft pastels, it's definitely worth picking up and of course its limited edition so if you're wanting it I'd suggest picking up sooner then later.
Would I purchase again? Yes, I am very glad I picked his up as I don't have a ton of matte shadows. It's also a very beautiful palette in the packaging and the shade range.
|Look I did using the palette, FOTD here.|
Do own this palette? What's your favorite color(s)?