And the point is....
This palette seems a little silly to have, especially since Sephora has Smashbox's Fall Master Class palette that has many more shadows, brow powders, glosses, blushes, etc for only $20 more....Merchandise planning fail...
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
on Studio Pop Eye Palette
I thought about the master palette but I couldn't get past the price and the fact that I don't use blush very much, already have a great Smashbox eyebrow pencil, the lip glosses weren't portable, and I most likely wouldn't use the highlighters either. So this one is really perfect - let's me use a variety of shadows and try 4 eyeliners for a more reasonable price. Love the mirror and the how to cards as I have a hard time creating a look I like without a lot of work. This will speed up my routine. I can play with the colors on the weekends to try new looks. I wish all palettes had "how to" instructions since I'll bet a lot of young ladies by palettes to try out all the colors. I think it was smart of them to create two - especially since they don't share colors. Why not get both? (if you can afford it).
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
(San Diego, CA)
There is nothing wrong with offering a variety of options - this might be more portable and a better option for some individuals.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
(Fort Collins, CO)
I own and adore the first, bigger palette, but I find I'm really only using the eyeshadows. If both had been available at the same time, I might have chosen this one... I'm sure it is the same excellent Smashbox quality. But I hear what you're saying!
answered 1 year, 7 months ago