Stop!! If you haven’t read Part 1 of this post
The Starlooks Palette does not have names for the shadows so I have numbered them as you can see below.
Lets start with 1-5
1:: Metallic Silver Satin; Beautiful in the pan but not a lot of pigmentation. To get the color in the pan it takes lots of layers. It is nice however as an inner color highlight with just one sweep.
2:: Magenta Matte; again beautiful in the pan but not the best pigmentation.
3:: Green Satin: Great color, great pigmentation.
4:: Light Matte Black; this is one of the more confusing colors in the palette. It looks like a matte ash brown but swatched looks like a light black.
5:: Matte Charcoal: another perplexing color. In the pan it looks like a common matte black, but swatched pigmentation shows a charcoal.
6:: Champagne Satin; Nice color and pigmentation
7:: White Glitter; Application is patchy and the glitter has fallout.
8: Matte Brown; great color and pigmentation, an excellent crease color.
9:: Copper Sparkle; Application can be a bit patchy but applied with a slightly damp brush (I lightly spritzed with a setting spray) it gives off a beautiful copper with gold sparkle.
10:: Deep Purple with Red Glitter; This is my opinion is the standout in the palette. The purple is so deep it can appear at times almost black. The light has a way of catching the red glitter and it just looks amazing.
A better shot of #10 ( you can’t see the glitter that well, but trust me it’s there!)
11:: Matte Light Brown; this is a disappointing shadow because you can’t see it! At least on my skin and the consistency is chalky 😦
12:: Satin Cream; this one is also patchy and the pigmentation is off
13:: Satin Gold; finally! Another good color and excellent pigmentation.
14:: Satin Yellow Gold; Another good color and good pigmentation.
15:: Brown with Gold Glitter; What a surprise three good colors in a row!
I just checked the Starlooks website and this palette is available for $30.00 but honestly I wouldn’t waste your money. Out of fifteen shadows there are only 6 or 7 that you can use “as is”, the remainder take a little babying. Also I am spoiled and most of my palettes have a mirror and this one doesn’t.