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Review: Lime Crime 10th Birthday Eyeshadow Palette

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This is a palette that I wasn’t going to buy, I kept hearing such mixed things about it and nothing seemed consistent so I wasn’t going to buy it, then it went on sale last month and I lost all of my sense, meaning I purchased it. Last month was just a lot of lost self-control, but I’m trying to bounce back from it. Anyway, that’s not what today’s post is about, today is all about this bright and colorful little palette that I may or may not have needed to purchase, but it is in my hands now so I thought I would share some thoughts with you guys.

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Today is all about the Lime Crime 10th Birthday Eyeshadow Palette that is limited edition but is still available as of right now. This palette will run you $44.00 and comes with twelve different shades, which comes out to be about $3.67 per eyeshadow. Not too terrible I think this palette is a little bit on the small side but that’s not that big of a deal for me because I did get it on sale, but full price it seems a little bit overpriced.

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Now, let’s talk about the packaging because that’s what I like to do. I think the packaging is cute and very much Lime Crime and true to the brand. I think the quality of the packaging is fine, it’s really standard cardboard packaging so it doesn’t feel nice nor does it feel bad, it’s just kind of is. I do like the layout of the eyeshadows though, they make sense in the order that they are in but it is also laid out in a way that I don’t think is too obvious.

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Now for some swatches, starting with Rose Burst which is a lovely and super shimmery pink shade. Frosting is a really pretty bright pink with a little sparkle to it. RSVP is a really lovely coral shade. Ten is a really bright orange shade that looks matte but I don’t think it is completely. Blue Sky is not super pigmented and very shimmery. Grass is another one that looks matte but I do think that it has a tiny bit of shimmer to it. Candles is a really light shimmer gold kind of shade. Cloud is a barely noticeable shimmer white shade. Twonicorn is a really light purple shimmer shade with a slightly blue shift to it. Lime Crime is a lime shade with some glitter in it. Libra is a really bright pink that leans a bit blue and is also matte, though I don’t think it is completely. Wrapped is the last shade and it’s a navy shade with a slight shimmer to it.

Now let’s talk about the formula a little bit, I actually quite like the formula of these and I think on the lids these performed a lot better than they swatched. I wasn’t expecting too much so I was pretty surprised. The only real complaints I have are that some of the shades are just really sheer and that pretty much everything has a lot of shimmer to it which I do not like. Don’t get me wrong, I love shimmer and glitter as you might know, even though I don’t always flaunt it, but sometimes I want a matte to mix in so that wasn’t the easiest when coming up with looks. Other than these two things, I found that these were fairly pigmented, easy to blend and work with and just looked goo overall.

It’s safe to say that I was surprised by this eyeshadow palette because I hadn’t heard the greatest things, but it turned out being a lot better than expected. I am not sure if I would recommend this full price but if you catch it on sale it is a fun and bright palette to own.

What’s your favorite colorful eyeshadow palette?


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