Jeffree Star Cosmetics came out with a new Eyeshadow Palette for Summer 2018. And,his new palette is so hot ! I’m thirsty for it! Moreover, the limited edition Jeffree Star Thirsty Eyeshadow Palette has colors that look as vibrant on your skin as they do in the pan. Furthermore, the palette has fifteen shades that include Jeffree’s new ultra-metallic shadows, as well as matte shades. Actually, there are fifteen eye shadows in the palette. And, the shadows will create an assortment of looks. On the one hand you can go subtle and glamorous. On the other hand, you can go more vibrant, ad create great amazing night-time looks. Best of all, I’m in love with the hot, pulsating colors in this palette. And, of course, I love anything Jeffree Star Cosmetics comes out with.
Jeffree Star Thirsty Eyeshadow Palette Packaging
First, Jeffree Star is wonderfully creative. And, this reflects in his packaging. Therefore the Thirsty Palette is the color of sunshine.
The look is scorching with shiny, raised drops of sweat, which will make you thirsty!
In addition, inside the palette is a huge mirror! Furthermore, the size of the fifteen pans is large. Each shade has Jeffree’s Star emblazoned on it. Also, very strong cardboard creates the compact!
Jeffree Star Thirsty Eyeshadow Palette Shades
Three rows of five shades, from left to right:
Row 1 – Parched is a light beige with a matte finish; Taste Buds is a peachy-coral with a matte finish; Bitch is a Flamingo pink matte; and Kumquat is a bright orange matte. Finally, Stroke is a terracotta matte.
Row 2 – First, Divine is silver with an ultra-metallic finish; Next, Filthy Rich is Gold with an ultra metallic finish, then, Lick is Topaz with an ultra metallic finish. The, Snatch is a pink champagne with an ultra-metallic finish, last of all, Plunge is copper with an ultra-metallic finish.
Row 3 – First, Subtle is a medium-cool brown with a matte finish. Then, Quench is a bright yellow matte. Next, Submerge is a bright blue matte. Splash is an aquamarine matte, and last . Drizzle is a warm chocolate brown matte.
Jeffree Star Thirsty Eyeshadow Palette Formula
In order to create the ultra-metallic shades the formula includes pressed powder mixed with glitter. Therefore, when combined, the ultra-metallics have the liquid glow of metallic with the shine and shimmer of a glitter. These five shades are gorgeous! The best way to apply them is with your fingers. Also, you may need to use some glitter glue to prime your eyelids. In my opinion, the metallics are comparable to Natasha Denona’s and Pat McGrath’s metallic shades. However, you should expect some fallout from these shades.
The Thirsty Palette’s highly pigmented matte shades matte shades are bold and vibrant. They feel soft and buttery. Additionally, the mattes were easy to blend. On the whole, the shades were long-lasting. I used my fingers to apply the mattes. Although, you may want to use an eyeshadow brush for the crease and to blend the shades.
Jeffree Star Thirsty Eyeshadow Palette Last But Not Least……
When, at first, I played with the shades, some of the mattes seemed chalky. In fact, I had a tough time swatching the mattes. Even with my finger, I was not picking up enough pigment.
However, later in the day, I applied the shades to my eyelids. And, I used my fingers. Guess What? It was as if I was using a different palette. First of all, the shades picked right up with my fingers. Also, the shadow looked vivid, bold and very pigmented.
Therefore, as surprised as I was, I came to the conclusion that the palette had to warm up. Maybe the powders had something on them to keep them a certain way until they were ready for shipment? Whatever the case, once I had played with the palette, it worked as we would expect from our beloved Jeffree Star! And it is a beautiful summer palette. As a result, I recommend you give it a try! It really will quench your thirst!
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