This babe arrived to me from the official site. The packaging is bright and it was initially packed with the same brightly-designed paper cover. The palette doesn’t provide us with a mirror.
All the shades offer a massive color payoff. They swatch chunkily, though, oddly enough, there isn’t such a problem when I apply the colors on my eyes. The blending isn’t as easy as it might seem, but still, it’s possible to make a transition on my eyes with this palette. I was especially impressed with the shimmer shades there. The photo doesn’t translate all the beauty of the glistening bits. It’s better to apply them using a setting spray for better results.
I wouldn’t say that the palette is versatile. It clearly lacks dark and crease shades. I’d put a plus for that white basic shade, which is such a great foundation for my eye makeup. In my book, this “Little Pony” palette is an appendix for those palettes which I’ve already possess in my collection. It beautifully gathers three-in-one: sunny-golden, pink and blue-metallic palettes.
My Little Pony Eyeshadow palette from ColourPop is undoubtedly worth the money it costs. The shades don’t crease and the shimmers shine brightly till the very moment I wash them off. The price of the palette is just $16. It offers 12 refill pans 0.85g each. Manufactured in the USA. You can order it from the official site.
Here I used the darkest shade for my eye makeup.