Today I’ll be speaking about the MAC Prissy Princess eyeshadow palette. It was released some time ago, though I dared to buy it very recently.
I’ll start with the packaging. The palette comes packed with a plastic box, which has a double closure. The palette with the shades is a thick cardboard of a cute pink spotted color. Isn’t that charming?
The back of the palette shows all the ingredients used.
Inside the palette offers a good quality mirror, which I find handy and use a lot. The palette also had a transparent liner with all the names printed on it.
A new palette of eight Eye Shadows and one Highlighter in cool-toned neutrals and pinks.
So now, let’s have a more precise look at them. Colour Me Spoiled - a basic matte shade of a slightly pink undertone. It’ll be perfection for mobile lids color correction for any daytime makeup.
Too Good to Be True - the most unusual and beautiful color in the palette. However, it’s so tricky to apply! It’s a real silver dust! I’d say that it’s glitter because it behaves so. Hence it requires a good primer and fingertip or damp brush application. But I’d sell my heart out for the way it looks on my eyes. Magic as it is ❤️
In general, I conclude that all the shades from the palette are uber soft, as though butter by touch and fuss-free to apply. The shades are pink-gray-brown in total.
The blending is smooth and the transitions are always natural-looking.
The hold is solid over a primer, till the very evening. They can fade a little, but it’ll be so minimal.
I hesitated to buy it for the full price, but sometimes even MAC offers discounts. So, I managed to get it with 25% off.
In fact, I’m pleased with the quality of these products and their shade selection. I wish they’d also release some other shades for this collection.
I hope that you found my review informative