I'm back with another review! I am reviewing the infamous Jeffree Star Beauty Killer palette!
Now if you are into makeup then there is no doubt you would have heard about Jeffree Star and if not then get onto google haha. Jeffree Star is an incredible makeup artist and he has been in the industry for more than 10 years now as well as a music and modelling career. Jeffree is a innovator and a creator - he never does things quite like anyone else and this is something I find to be very inspirational.
So lets fast forward to today and talk about Jeffree Star Cosmetics, Jeffree branched out and started his own cosmetic line 2 years ago and it all started with liquid lipsticks. These lipsticks are ridiculously popular within the industry, people are even going to ridiculous lengths to create dupes of these products which is just insane. Now within Jeffree's cosmetic line you can find highlighters also known as skin frosts. the latest lip ammunition lipsticks and the Beauty Killer eyeshadow palette which is what we are going to talk about today.
I picked up this palette when it was first launched in June this year so I have been using it for a good 4 months now and I am finally ready to post my review.
The colour selection inside the palette is fantastic, you have a mixture of transition neutral shades as well as a black and darker shades for depth and then some amazingly bright colours along with a mixture of matte and shimmer shades. The bright pinks, blues and purples are not for the light hearted! The pigmentation and colour pay off with these are incredible. A little goes a long way and they are easily buildable. One of my favourite shades would have to be Star Power - it is a bright true Jeffree Star hot pink! It is a beautiful shade that looks amazing when applied lightly for a dust of colour or even when packed on to really throw a punch into your makeup look. There is also an amazing colour called China White and it is a perfect base, transition shade for pale skin tones like me. I love that it includes a transition shade that is matte and so white. My one downfall is that the colour can tend to transfer, especially if you have hooded eyes. I would recommend using a primer or a good base to help this product to stick.