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Just Sharing: The Sephora Color Daze Blockbuster Palette

November 19, 2012

Warning: As Basti grows up and I have more time on my hands, y’all are gonna see just how much of a shopaholic I am.

And more posts like this one, that are totally not in the motherhood peg I’ve fit in for a few years now.

My sister Yapi just came home from the States and brought me the Sephora Color Daze Blockbuster Palette. This isn’t a review, as I have yet to actually use the products, but I just wanted to share it with you guys because it’s so darn cute.

It comes in a reusable tote bag. It’s not that big. It’s just about as tall as my phone.

 

This is the actual box.

The plastic doesn’t feel that durable, so I wouldn’t throw this around. It’s well packed though, with padding and all, so if you’re going to have someone buy it for you from the US, I think it will hold.

So you open up the latch on top…

And it opens to reveal this first layer.

Open up the mirror, and it reveals another set of colors at the bottom.

The box has compartments on each side. Just snap them open like this..

And reveal the whole palette.

Pretty cool huh?

Product information:

  • 22 nude eyeshadows.
  • 42 eyeshadows in different colors and shades
  • 12 cream eyeliners
  • 6 eye topcoats
  • 3 luminizers
  • 6 lip top coats
  • 48 lip glosses
  • 6 eye/lip/cheek creams
  • 3 blushes

All for USD49.50. Not a bad purchase for those who want to play, or as a gift to someone just starting out with makeup. The packaging is so cute, like Geek x Girly. I might as well call it the Makeup-Tron, it’s totally a Transformer for girls.

 

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Kariz permalink
    December 9, 2012 11:30 pm

    Isn’t this just a SMIDGE bit of an overkill for colors? Not a makeup fan lol sounds addictive! Looks that way, too

    • Eliza permalink
      December 10, 2012 3:26 pm

      Haha! It’s a lot of colors, very affordable, perfect for experimenting. 🙂

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