Eyes Uncovered Palette Wild Flower
A pastel lovers dream, get 8 blendable and highly-pigmented shades inspired by blooms and blossoms.
Experiment with your eye look, using the floral shades alone or together for the ultimate hippy glam.
Shades: Sunscreen, Hazy, Barefoot, Daisy Chain, Backyard, Cooler, Endless, Festival
Palette also available in 5 addition hues, from sultry smokes to bold brights.
100% Vegan Suitable
This palette looked quite daunting to me at first because it doesn't have an obvious overarching colour scheme, but all of the shades do complement each other amazingly well. I keep pulling out this palette again and again, to the point where it's become my favourite palette because of how pretty and wearable these colours are.
I think this palette is best suited to people who prefer "one swipe and done" looks, or people who mainly use their fingers to apply eyeshadow and don't rely heavily on brushes. The size of the palette itself makes it a great option for travel, and it weighs almost nothing. However, Cooler and Endless (both matte shades) could potentially work as transition colours when trying to achieve sharper, more precisely blended statement looks (I would recommend using an eye primer in this case). The standout shade in the palette is Festival, which is insanely pigmented (this is a 'one swipe' finger swatch, even without primer underneath). Daisy Chain and Sunscreen are also reasonably pigmented. Among the photos above, I would say that the photo of the palette on its own, with the lid open and that yellow filter across the top-right hand corner is actually the most accurate representation of what the palette and shadows look like in real life. The other photos are extremely saturated and too brightly lit.
Unfortunately, because the shadow formula is towards the chalkier side, I don't think people with dark and deep dark skin tones would be able to get much use out of this palette because most of the shades are too light, and this palette doesn't contain any deeper, richer transition shades to help ease into the light colours. This stopped the palette from getting the full 5 stars from me.