Hi Ladies and Jellyspoons
I have a load of new Etude House reviews coming up in the coming week, so please keep your eyes peeled.
I’m starting off with the first of two eyeshadow palettes that came out this year.
Here is Rose Garden or Rose Blossom (There seems to be two names for it):
It’s a palette containing six beautiful spring coloured eyeshadows, most red and gold toned. This palette is perfect for blue eyes.
Swatches from left to right:
Juliette is light champagne pink with a fine pearlescent shine. It’s perfect for a brow bone highlight.
Honey Bouquet is a glittery metallic gold. This one is similar to the lustre eyeshadows from Mac, which means it’s quite glittery and may cause a bit of fallout. The pigmentation is cry strong, but I see it as a glittery top colour.
Antique Touch is a lovely antiqued gold. It’s very pigmented. I’d say it’s similar to Woodwinked from Mac.
Handtied is a vivid red satin. It reminds of Daydreaming by Mac in the Halley Williams collection. It’s lovely in the crease for blue or green eyes and could also be used as a blush.
Vintage Rose is an extremely sheer rose gold. The pigmentation on this one is a tad disappointing as it looks much brighter in the palette. Lovely none the less.
My Girl is a rusty orange red satin with Amos a great colour pay off and pigmentation. It reminds me of Coppering by Mac
I’d give this palette at least 4 stars, but because the price point is so low and the quality is so high, I’m giving it 5 stars. $13 for a 6 colour palette with a mirror is something to admire. So I’ve got to give it to Etude House. They always win with quality and awesome packaging. 😍
Like I said, there are many reviews to come this week. Have a lovely week!