Illamasqua Reflection Palette Review from The Sacred Hour Collection

Gosh, I’m so slow to review these stunning items from the Illamasqua The Sacred Hour collection, that I’ve had my hands on since August! But here’s something safe from Illamasqua for those neutral lovers, this is the Illamasqua Reflection Palette, shot in natural light, you lucky, lucky people!

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These odd, creamy textured water resistant shades are the same formula as the fabulous Paranormal Palette (one of my faves) and within the compact you get four shades of shimmering neutrals: Precipice (Soft Lemon), Acute (Ash Taupe), Graphica (Graphite Grey) or Dart (Toasted Bronze), you really don’t need the god damn Urban Decay Naked Palette when interesting things like this exist girls! The textures are like velvet and these shadows works so well on their own or for adding a new dimension to another shade through layering. DSC_3139Plus, in good old Illamasqua compact style, you get a big mirror too, so it’s super easy to work with on the go. These shadows work applied with your fingers or with a brush, very easy to get along with! Anyway, I gave all of the shadows a go along with the Velvet Blusher in Peaked and Lipstick in Shard from the same collection and here’s the result…

DSC_3149 DSC_3150Gosh, I miss that hair colour too! It stained everything though!

What do you think of this palette? 

What are your favourite neutral palettes? 

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One Response to “Illamasqua Reflection Palette Review from The Sacred Hour Collection”

  1. Andrew James says:

    I love that palette the only thing i didnt like was it wasnt amazingly pigmented im so glad they have gone back to powder eyeshadows now its what they are amazing at

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