5 Jun 2012

Product Review: Zaron Global Warming Palette

My first review on the contents of the Zaron goodie bag.

I am so sorry but while uploading the pictures, i couldnt find the pictures i took of the pack. However this is the Global Warming palette. When you look at all the earthy, planty and sunny colours in it you will understand why it has this name. For me the only odd colour in this palette is the deceptively vibrant purple and the blush colours too (I am not complaining though and well, you can't exactly have green blushes but it would have been really lovely to have a bronzey blush and a golden shade for highlighting/warming up the skin)
the palette.
swatches of the colours. see how pigmented they are? the only colour i had to swatch repeatedly was the yellowish-gold and that was because the camera for some reason didn't pick up the colour in the pictures.
Also, as can be seen from the swatched, all the colours have a satiny finish to them. I have come to associate this finish with the Zaron palette e/s.
swatches of the blush colours. 
Needless to say, the colours in this palette are super pigmented. If you are into more subdued looks and smokey eyes, this palette will work beautifully for you.

I have had a lot of fun playing with this palette and I have a couple of FOTDs and a bright purpley-pink look I did on my sister for a wedding over the weekend.

*This product was a gift. All opinions expressed in this post are my candid opinions.

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