Adorn yourself with this fantastical collection of fairy tale-inspired formulas for eyes and cheeks. From Jasmine’s tiara and Rajah’s fur, to sunsets, desert sands, and a vibrant magic carpet, each shade has been matched to the film’s original animation. The storybook encasing is decorated with shimmering details and inside a satin tray holds the silky formulas glamorously fit for a Princess.
Sephora and Disney have again collaborated to release the Jasmine collection. This review is for the Storylook Eyeshadow Palette Vol. 2, which includes 15 eye shadows, a blush, and a bronzing powder in the following colors:
- Blue Oasis: light turquoise
- Trust Me: coppery pink shimmer
- Abu: light shimmery brown
- Ali Ababwa: neutral nude
- Sultana: shimmering pinky-tan
- Friend Like Me: blue shimmer
- Master: plum satin
- Cosmic: pale copper shimmer
- Cave of Wonders: golden yellow
- Sand in the Glass: light shimmering sand
- Lapis: rich blue
- Mystical Wonder: vibrant purple
- Raja: burnt orange
- Arabian Sunset: shimmering coral
- Bazaar: chocolate shimmer
- Thrilling Chase Blush
- Golden Sands Bronzer
This palette comes in a velveteen drawer that slides out of a box made of heavy cardboard. The outer box has a raised, window-like design with a gold-leaf image of Jasmine. This palette is beautiful, and is pretty lightweight given its size.
This palette contains an entire spectrum of shades: pigmented and translucent, intensely shimmery and matte, bright and neutral.
The stand-out shade is definitely Cosmic which has an intensely metallic finish, opaque color, and smooth formula.
On the other hand, Blue Oasis, Mystical Wonder, and Arabian Sunset are noticeably weaker in pigmentation.
Like with the Cinderella palette, the formula for these powders is on the dusty and crumbly side. I wish the shadows were more densely packed. I also wish there were more matte shades–almost all the colors in this palette have some level of shimmer.
But, unlike with the Cinderella palette (which contained only eye shadows), the face powders in the Jasmine palette are both solid quality. The blush and bronzing powders have good pigmentation and blend out smoothly. The bronzing powder is shimmery, so you won’t be able to use it as a contouring powder.
Ease of Use: 9/10
Most of these shades glide over the skin because of the soft, almost crumbly, formula. You will get fall-out with many of the shades, particularly the glittery ones.
For $55.00 you get 15 different eye shadow colors and two face powders for a total of 0.785 ounces of product. This is slightly more product than in the Cinderella palette, which contained 0.7 ounces of product.