Jeffree Star Cosmetics Beauty Killer Eyeshadow Palette.

If you like to experiment with makeup, want to stand out from the crowd or simply just love the colour pink, then Jeffree Star Cosmetics is the Brand for you. Jeffree Star Cosmetics was established in November 2014 and since then has gone from strength to strength, regularly selling out products within days. Since I discovered this amazing Brand, which is not only cruelty free but vegan also, I have managed to build up a mini collection of products. Well, in reality it’s more like a handful, yet slowly but surely it’s growing.

With the increase of Eyeshadow Palettes being created and the realization that I’d yet to add one to my Collection, I came across Jeffree’s Beauty Killer Palette, which is also available to buy from Beauty Bay. At £40, this price range is pretty standard for most Brands, with some ranging up to £50 or more. Plus, the great thing with this particular palette is that the eyeshadows are huge, so you most definitely get your money’s worth. However, I was very fortunate when I bought this product as Beauty Bay were having a 30% discount offer, so I actually only paid £28, (!) which is obviously a huge bargain. 

Within the palette you get ten shades and a mirror also, which is incredibly important as believe it or not, I’ve seen some products that do not come with one! Each colour features Jeffree’s signature star logo imprinted into it and have a matte, glitter or frosted finish, which are blend together easily or can be worn alone. The shade names are as follows: Star Power, Princess, Violence, Rich Bitch, Courtney, Expensive, Confession, Vanity, China White and Black Rainbow.

Out of all ten, my favourite three colours would have to be, Star Power, Princess and China White. I regularly like to create a pink ombre with the first two shades, they work so well together and are extremely pigmented so a little goes along way. Furthermore, I often use China White as a concealer, it has such good coverage! The Beauty Killer Palette is so versatile and can truly create so many different looks, for every day to partying the night away. I haven’t been brave enough to try some of the darker shades yet, but I hope with experience and more practice I can one day create the perfect smokey eye!

Not only are the shadows incredible quality and long lasting, the packaging is so stunning, even the cardboard it comes in is beautiful – and yes, I’ve kept it. This truly stands out from other Eyeshadow Palettes, not only for it’s bold shades and size but, for it’s pink dream house look, it really is every girlie girls dream! I hope one day Jeffree releases the shades separately, as I’d love to buy a few of my favourites again, but I know this will be lasting me a long time, so I won’t get too worried just yet!

Jeffree has also recently released his second Eyeshadow Palette – Androgny, which is also the same price as Beauty Killer, but they are completely different. The Beauty Killer is definitely very feminine, daring and girly, whilst Androgny is a neutral palette, featuring nude, blues and brown shades. Thankfully for my Bank Account, although very beautiful, these shades aren’t really for me, so I’ll be holding out to see what’s next in store for Jeffree Star Cosmetics!

Do you have The Beauty Killer Palette? If so, what’s your favourite look to create? Let me know!

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Phase Zero Makeup Eyeshadow Palettes.

Today I kindly received twelve beautiful new Phase Zero Makeup Eyeshadows and a Palette to review from Love Me Beauty, with five shades being a sheer satin finish and the other seven being shimmer. After successfully launching their Liquid Lipstick collection, they have expanded their beauty brand and created a variety of shadows with a wonderful concept called B.Y.O.P – build your own palette. I think this is such a wonderful idea, as this means that you can choose your favourite colours and create a unique set that suits your style.

Each of the shadows comes in a protected plastic case and once removed from the packaging, can be firmly placed into the palette with its magnetic hold! Altogether twelve different shades can fit into your own palette and due to each one having a magnet, they can always be moved in and out, if you want to mix it up and just have a change.

For my own palette, I was sent the following shades; Coffee Cup – a rich brown, Warm Taupe – a soft taupe, Cashmere – a dusty rose, Velvet – a warm purple and Banana Beige – a sunshine gold. These five are a sheer satin finish, meaning they offer a buildable coverage, are easily blendable and have a sheen quality. The other shadows are; Nude Newbie – a mauve pink nude, Mush-a-boom – warm grey, Party Dress – a deep glittery black, Pearl – a golden pearl pink, Cocoa – a warm brown, Bright Light – a highlighting white and Snowball – a golden white. These seven colours are a shimmer finish which apply evenly and give you a buildable, blendable coverage. Phase Zero Makeup also recommend tapping off any excess product before applying the shadow to ensure an even application and less fall out.

I really appreciate the variety of shades I’ve been able to try, I usually like to use gold, white and nude shadows to create a 1950s Marilyn inspired look and a contrast with my black winged eyeliner. Therefore, it’s great to have shades I love to wear regularly, but also to be able to try more daring colours and improve on my eyeshadow skills.

If you become a member, each shadow costs just £2.90 to purchase and if not, the original retail price is £5.90. However, you can also buy bundle shadow sets with two together costing £5.00 for members and £11.80 for non-members, three shadows cost £6.99 discounted and £14.50 retail price and last but not least, six shadows can be bought together for £9.99 or £25.50 full price. Therefore, as you can see there is a huge difference regarding each price and ultimately, I think it’s a better deal to purchase a few together, instead of buying all separately.

The Phase Zero Makeup B.Y.O.P is a beautiful holographic design and features a mirror, it’s a great size, not too big and not too small – it could easily fit in your handbag for every day use. The original price costs £10.80 compared to the member price which is just £4.80 – over 50% cheaper. Also, the palette does not come with any shadows, they are all sold individually.

Furthermore, Love Me Beauty have kindly created an influencer code for me, which offers you the chance to save £5 off your first purchase. Should you choose to buy anything – the code is, “MEGAN5” and as I pride myself in honesty, I have to state, for anytime my code is used I will receive a £5 commission.

Please note, I pride myself in making sure I write honest reviews and although I was fortunate enough to be gifted these items, I was not told to say any of the following statements I have made.

Lastly, a huge thank you to Amelia at Love Me Beauty for kindly gifting me this collection and making it possible for me to review such wonderful products!

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