e.l.f. 18 Hit Wonders Palette

This new palette from budget brand e.l.f. is worth £14 of anyone’s money. If you’re experimental with colours then it’s absolutely one to look out for. There are 18 shades of vibrant colour in a mix of matte, satin and shimmer textures.

e.l.f. 18 Hit Wonders Palette

The palette is roughly divided between cool and warm shades as well as light and dark so really, any look is possible. I love the fact that on the back of the palette the brand gives some suggested colours and where to place them to get a particular look (‘bright & bold’, ‘pretty hot’ and ‘royal edge’). It’s a nice touch that most palettes don’t bother with.

e.l.f. 18 Hit Wonders Palette

I have to say that the quality through the palette is variable. There’s nothing terrible and a big bold block of swatch doesn’t always reflect how a texture performs on the eye but the dark matte shades are the ones that require a bit more effort for consistency, as does the yellow shade in the brighter section. The metallics, I might say, are exceptional – I’d expect this quality from a premium brand, not a budget one. So, in the swatch above I have sectioned into trios going down the palette. From bottom to top, Supreme, Velvet, Royal, Vibrant, Electric, Shade, Moss, Evergreen and Element (watch out for this one – it’s much softer in consistency than the others).

e.l.f. 18 Hit Wonders Palette

From bottom to top: Peachy, Solar, Summer, Quartz, Heat, Penny, Pave, Candy and Danger. I can’t wait to get the last three on my lids!

I’ve not tested for longevity yet. You can find e.l.f. 18 Hit Wonders Palette HERE.

 

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