Hello my lovely pumpkins! Today, I am sharing with you my Jawbreaker palette review by Jeffree Star. I have not reviewed a Jeffree star product in such a long time. The last time was probably two years ago, when I first started my blog. I was never really interested in buying anything from Jeffree Star again until this palette came out. This honestly the most beautiful palette I’ve ever seen in my life!
Anyways, if you want to know my honest opinion on this jawbreaker palette, then keep on reading! Also, don’t forget to check out my previous post: EDITORIAL LOOK // Flame Eye Makeup.
Jawbreaker palette Review
This palette comes with 24 eyeshadows/ pressed pigments, 17 matte shades and 7 metallic shades. It retails for 58$ and comes with 1.50g/0.05 oz of product [each shadow].
Moreover, the Jawbreaker palette offers a variety of bright, pastel colors and is “filled with blendable mattes, blinding shimmers and silky metallics!”. Jeffree Star also claims that this eyeshadow/ pressed pigment palette has “the same intensely pigmented formulation as [their] previous palettes”.
The packaging of the jawbreaker palette is absolutely stunning. I just love the details that was put into this packaging, from the 3d paint strokes to the material of the palette [sort of metallic], this palette is gorgeous. It has a magnetic opening and when you open it, you have a huge mirror with the same kind of details around.
The pan, on the other hand, is white, which makes it easier to dirty. However, because of the material, it is also easy to clean. The shades are beautifully arranged, going from lighter to darker. The shade names are written below each shadow and I love how every time I look at the palette, I remember a jawbreaker. The packaging is definitely on point and reflects well the “theme” behind it. It also feels and looks very luxurious because of all of this attention to details.
Unlike many of palettes, this one is really big yet it still fits in my makeup bag, which is good because I do want to carry it with me when I travel.
Like Jeffree Star claims it, the formula for these eyeshadows/pressed pigments is amazing. The shades are extremely pigmented and easy to blend, they feel soft and are not patchy whatsoever [both, metallics and mattes] Which is very shocking because pastel colors tend to look uneven but this formula is on point! They also blend beautifully with one another.
Concerning the color selection, I think these shades are so stunning and unique and they definitely represent well a jawbreaker. On top of that, the variety of looks you can create with this palette is amazing.
The only negative thing I have to say about this formula is that it’s really dusty and creates a lot of fall-outs on the pan. To the point, that some light shades can get super dirty because of the darker shades [see Virgin and Snack].
Conclusion – Jawbreaker palette review 9.5/10
For 58$, I think this palette is worth every penny, especially if you are looking for such a colorful one. The formula is on point and the packaging is absolutely gorgeous. I think, that I will make good use of it!
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