A Jeremy Scott eye palette that features a kaleidoscope of 29 manic hues offering limitless shade combinations. Specially outfitted in a one-of-a-kind boombox design with a mirror, in cheeky tribute to the days that new music and unhinged creative expression took root on city streets. It includes textures from Lustre to Satin and Matte to Veluxe Pearl for creating a variety of looks. The saturated, soft hues are packaged in one ultimate palette for portability. Features 29 limited edition shades.
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This palette is designed like a boombox and the palette is made of thin metal. It’s a little awkward to get open but you do get a full-sized mirror inside.
The shadows themselves are a mixed bag. Some apply smoothly and with rich pigmentation, but many of them have varying levels of patchiness or lack in pigmentation and need to be layered. In particular, the matte shades need to be layered and worked with to avoid them looking patchy on the skin. Shades like US Dance Remix and Subtly Elegant have an unrefined texture. And shades like Memories of Space, Remixology, and all three purple shades are dull in color.
This is not a bad palette, but many of the shades require extra work, and for the high price of $75, you don’t feel like you’re getting the level of quality you’d expect. The packaging, while spot-on retro, is also impractical, and uses space inefficiently. The pans could have been bigger to make getting the product out less awkward and to reduce the empty space.