I’ve used this palette for a couple of weeks now and I thought I’d let you know what I think about it. 🙂 I’ve been super excited about this palette and I think I bought it about 10 seconds after they launched it! xD I got it after two weeks (I live in Norway) and I recieved it with a broken black eyeshadow. I was so upset, since I had been so excited about it. The black color covered all of the other colors and the rest of the package. This was not Lime Crime’s fault, but I sent them an e-mail to hear what I could do. I thought I had to go and complain at the postal office, but after only 10 minutes, they e-mailed me back telling me that they were going to send me a new one! 😀 My day was saved! I must say that their customer service is the best one I’ve been in contact with! They were so nice and super fast at replying! I have to thank Lime Crime for my beautiful, new palette! It’s perfect! 😀
Over to the palette itself. These are Lime Crime’s first pressed eyeshadows and they did definitely not disappoint! The palette consist of five bright colors, which are all very pigmented, smooth and easy to blend. I think all of the colors (except for the black) are very unique. I don’t have any colors similar to these. So it’s a great palette for color lovers like me! 😉
In the package, you get the Chinadoll palette, the Chinadoll card, a cute Lime Crime sticker and a sample of my favorite primer! ❤
The palette comes in this pretty, gold “envelope”.
The shadows come in this super cute, purple tin case. It’s decorated with a gold unicorn, which symbolises Lime Crime.
And here are the colors! This kind of reminds me of a painting box, something I think is super cute!
Swatches of the eyeshadows:
Fly Dragon Fly is a fiery, true red, that is a bit on the orange side. It has a matte texture and is very pigmented. It doesn’t stain, like a lot of reds do. Yay!
Parasol is such a pretty light blue, matte color. I have always been looking for a true baby blue color, like this one, which is this pigmented! The shadow is perfect to place on the lid or over a white liner on the waterline, for a pop of blue.
Goldfish has a very unique color, since it’s both yellow and gold at the same time. It is a metallic color and the only one of the shadows with some shimmer to it. It’s very vibrant and pigmented.
Jade-o-Lade is a matte, rich jade/teal color. I think this is my favorite shadow in the palette, because I just love colors like this! It’s also very pigmented!
Lotus Noir is a matte, black eyeshadow. The pigmentation isn’t as good as the other colors in the palette, but the only black that I have with more pigmentation than this one, is the MUG Corrupt. But compared to the MUG shadow, it doesn’t leave any fall out. So if I need a good black, with no fallout, I’ll use Lotus Noir.
Here you can see the Lime Crime Candy eyed eyeshadow helper, (the primer). On the left side, is the full size box and on the right is the sample you get with the Chinadoll palette. It might look small, but you need very little to cover your eyes, and it will last you a very long time! As I’ve said before, this is my favorite primer, so I’m super happy that you get to try it with the palette! 🙂
A look I just did, using all of the colors in the palette, (I mixed the yellow with the red to get a orange shadow for the coins, if you didn’t see the red, lol) ^-^
Over all, I truly love this colorful palette! All the colors are stunning and I will use them a lot, for sure! I really don’t have anything bad to say about it! 🙂 An other plus is that the Chinadoll palette is vegan and cruelty free! 😀
Each eyeshadow consist of 1,3 grams of product and the palette costs 34,99 $. They ship worldwide and you can get it at www.limecrimemakeup.com. 🙂
I hope this was a helpful review! ^-^
Have a wonderful day!