Enchanted Magic Spell Eye Palette | Review & Swatches

Enchanted Magic Spell Eye Palette Review & Swatches

Happy Thursday! To continue off with eyeshadow review week I have another one for you today. It is a local brand I received in a BDJ Box before. So for today I show you and give my thoughts and also swatches on the Enchanted Magic Spell Eye Palette.

I actually like the packaging of this. It is another shiny black plastic square but this time no clear lid but the logo on it. I’m a big fan of the name and that cute little high healed shoe. It has a mirror in this eye palette not like the last one and it is tiny so I don’t use it either but I guess it can come in handy when you’re in a pinch.

The colors in this is quite an uncommon combination but quite unique at the same time. It comes with a light pink which is matte. The next is a grey that is sort of on the lighter side as well. Then lastly the purple shade which I really in the pan and my favorite of all three. I was hoping it was going to be that color but it turned out more lilac. I do like that they are all matte and are actually nice in texture so besides the opaqueness of them it does still work.

As for swatches the colors aren’t quite that pigmented as I expected. While in the pan it looks very pretty and has nice color pay off but it actually isn’t quite as dark. I had to build up the color to even have it shown up on photograph. When I tried it on my eyes I tried to make a look with the three colors but it didn’t turn out quite right or I just messed up. I’m not sure how I can create the perfect look since I’m so used to having a palettes that has the colors I’m looking for if that makes sense. I do like using it individually especially when I was still in makeup class because it came in handy to mix and match and actually experiment with different techniques.

Overall Experience

This is a so-so palette and I don’t know what I feel about this. I do like they come in matte shades and it also comes in a unique color combination and is quite fun colors. The reasons I don’t really like it is just the color payoff. I guess for the quality I say it is just okay because without a primer it can last since it is really light in the first place but then again I would like to not try and build up the color over and over and then it becomes cakey. I don’t think I would purchase this again and get it in any of the color variants but if in ever need to use this palette I still can.

My rating is:
For me I don’t feel like this is a great palette but for the price it does have it’s benefits as well. I still give it a three because I’m not giving it justice and it isn’t terrible. I do find it has it’s high points and I do love the purple shade the most and if I’m ever in need of something needing a purple look I would love to use this.

That was my second review in eyeshadow palette review week I created. I was glad I did this one before the next because out of all of them the last one is my favorite. I hope you enjoyed this and let me know if you’ve ever tried this or this brand and if you bought an eyeshadow palette just for how cheap the price was and was it to good to be true? I’d love to know and see you in the next eyeshadow palette review.

If you missed the last review you can read the Revlon Colorstay Eyeshadow Quad in 435 Goddess here.

What color combination do you find unique to have in an eye palette?

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  1. * Helen *
    June 18, 2015 / 6:56 pm

    Gorgeous makeup, the palette looks lovely! <3I have a new outfit post up on the blog, would love to know your thoughts:* Electric Sunrise – Fashion and Lifestyle Blog *x

  2. Candace Shiflet
    June 18, 2015 / 11:23 pm

    ooo the colors are pretty but I see why you gave it 3 stars, they're kind of harder colors to wear regularly (for me anyways) love your reviews!xo, Candace | Lovely Little Rants

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