In December, Profusion launched two (VERY CHEAP) palettes. Midnight Fever, and Sultry and Neutrals.
Each of the palettes had ten shades, an applicator, and an eyeliner.. The Sultry and Neutrals were lighter (day), and Midnight Fever were darker (night). Since I prefer darker colours for my eyeshadow, I picked Midnight Fever.
The palette is just cardboard and plastic with a little mirror. The plastic houses the pans, the eyeliner, and the applicator.
- Can get a lot of looks using these ten shades
-Super cheap, $5
-Easy to store
-If you apply them wet they look amazing
-Can go from a day look, to a night look
-If you only apply them dry, they don't give as much payoff
-A couple of the shades are a little flaky in texture
-The shadows give fallout
The palette is a little tricky to work with, but if you apply the colours wet over a primer, it gives you a wonderful payoff. I also like that the first five are lighter, and then the last five are darker, so I'm glad I chose this palette. I get both kinds of looks in one palette, instead of just a light neutral look that Sultry & Neutrals would have provided.
Thanks for reading~