Ciate has definitely lifted its offering with these three holographic lidded palettes. There seems to be a change in texture as well, making it much deeper in pigment and smoother in the blend.
The Fun Palette, above, is my favourite – enough brights to get really creative but moderated with some neutral day shades, too.
The Pretty Palette above is a blend of neutrals, with the first four being hit with shimmer and the latter quad being matte. The central shade is an off cream matte base colour.
In terms of versatility, the Fearless Palette takes it for me – gold, wine, shimmer hit navy and a matte brown make a multitude of looks.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
This is Fun all swatched up so you can see the level of pigment and smoothness. I think they’re rather pricy at £29 each – the price is the last thing I looked at before I posted this and was expecting something more around the £20 mark. In terms of performance, I’d put them up there with many of the luxury brands. The Ciate Palettes are HERE.
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