Kylie Cosmetics Kyshadow Purple Palette Review | Cruelty Free @phyrra

Kylie Cosmetics Kyshadow Purple Palette Review | Cruelty Free @phyrra

Hey, guys. Welcome back. I’m Courtney. Today, I’m going to be reviewing the Kylie
Cosmetics purple palette. You know I love the color purple. I have had my hair purple many times, a lot
of things in my house are purple, a lot of my clothes are purple, I even have a custom
purple bed. I love the color purple! In the past, I made a DIY Makeup Geek palette
with purple colors and a DIY Urban Decay palette with purple colors. I’ve desperately wanted a brand that I know
and love, like Urban Decay, to come out with a purple palette. It’s always something I’m looking out for. When I saw that Kylie Cosmetics was releasing
a purple palette, I went, “Well, guess I have to buy that,” because it’s a purple palette. Now, I’ve never purchased anything from Kylie
Cosmetics before, so I was a little nervous about it. But I have to say, it doesn’t disappoint. This palette is $42. You’re getting nine eyeshadows, and they’re
0.05 ounces each. This is what the palette looks like. I’m going to zoom in so you can check out
the palette up close. Like a lot of products with more simple packaging,
the name of the colors are on the back of the palette rather than underneath the eyeshadows,
which I personally hate. I prefer the names to be underneath the colors. I’m going to go ahead and run you through
my swatches of these colors really fast. There’s Periwinkle. I think Kylie must have never seen a periwinkle
flower, which is more of a blue-purple color. That said, I really do like this icy pink
shade. You can layer it on top of other colors to
add dimension, use it at the center of a halo eye, or highlight with it. The next color is Trophy, and this is not
a purple color at all. I don’t feel like this color belongs in this
palette. I’m just not somebody who likes a golden bronzy
brown. I don’t like how it looks on me. I was initially disappointed with this color. I do feel like it is very good quality and
it has excellent pigmentation. My friend Mickey is in love with it. I just don’t like it. The next color is Stone, and this is a lovely
cool-toned taupe gray-brown. It’s a great transition shade or soft crease
shade. Then we have Lilac, which is a pale purple-tinted
white matte. It’s excellent for blending out the edges
of other colors or highlighting. Amethyst was the only color in the palette
that really disappointed me because of pigmentation. This color is very sheer. I had to repeatedly go over this star to get
it to show up. This is a shade that I think is best if you
layer it on top of other colors in the palette. Turning Violet is deep cool-toned purple. I love this color. Wine and Dine is a deep red-toned purple. I love this color, too. Now, I never would have bought the color Purple
Smoke on my own, but wow, do I love this color. This is my favorite color in the entire palette. It basically has a plum base with complex
gold and copper shifts, and I really love how it makes my eyes look. The last color is Blueberry, which is a deep
cool-toned gray matte. As I was saying before, the packaging is very
simple cardboard. You have the Kylie design on the front with
the purple tears. The back of the palette has the names of the
colors. Yes, there is a mirror inside. I personally find it irritating that the names
of the colors are not beneath the eyeshadows inside the palette. It feels like it’s pretty cheap packaging
for $42. For this being my absolutely first Kylie Cosmetics
purchase, I’m impressed. I really like the formula and pigmentation
of the eyeshadows. I feel like the eyeshadow formula is this
sort of medium pigmentation that is easy to build up to full, and it blends out very easily
because it’s this more medium pigmentation. So I think that the formula is very easy to
work with. I get 12 plus hours of wear on primer, which
is great. I always have to wear eyeshadow primer because
I have hooded eyes. Some of the colors, like Purple Smoke, I would
have never purchased as a single, just because I would be like, “Oh, that looks like a boring
purple,” so I was pleasantly surprised when I realized it’s my favorite color in the entire
palette, and I’ve worn it more than any other color in the entire palette. I keep layering it with different colors. I’m wearing it again today, and I think it
looks great. I really love that this purple palette has
a mix of matte and shimmer eyeshadows. I find it easy to create complete looks just
using this palette, which that’s a rarity for me, so I like that. I feel like I could even take a weekend trip
with this palette and be happy with just this for my eyeshadow, without needing anything
else, which again, that’s a rarity for me. I have absolutely no regrets over purchasing
this palette. If all Kylie Cosmetic products are like this,
then I clearly need to buy more. If you’re somebody who loves the color purple,
I think you will love this palette. If you don’t like purple, obviously you should
skip this palette. Kylie Cosmetics is, of course, cruelty-free
and they are made in the U.S.A. If you want to check out more swatches and
looks that I did using this palette, you can click over to my blog. I’ll put a link in the description box below,
and up in the corner so you can just click out easily. Anyway, what do you think of the Kylie Cosmetics
purple palette? Please be sure to let me know in the comments
below. If you like this video and found it fun, entertaining,
informative, or helpful, please give it a thumbs-up and share. That really does help me, so I appreciate
it when you do it. Thanks so much for watching.

About the Author: Earl Hamill


  1. These colors are ๐Ÿ˜ The second color (the one you donโ€™t like) I actually think itโ€™d work for me and my blonde hair!

  2. I ordered this today after rewatching your video ๐Ÿ˜Š
    Canโ€™t wait to try this, I love purple eyeshadow and these look older eye friendly as well as hooded eye friendly.

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