The Jeffree Star Beauty Killer Palette is not a new release, but the Youtube celebrity has been releasing makeup collections left and right. With the Androgyny Palette last year and the Blood Sugar Palette coming up later this year. Admittedly, I’ve never used any of Jeffree Star’s liquid lipsticks, but I have tried the Skin Frosts. My favorite Jeffree Star formula is undeniably the eyeshadow palettes.
These palettes are vegan and cruelty free, which I do like, even though it isn’t a deal-breaker for me. The pans are enormous. I occasionally hit pan on an eyeshadow palette, but it would take years of use to finish off a Jeffree Star eyeshadow. The quality of Jeffree Star eyeshadows is astounding. Not only do you get a good bang for your buck in terms of shade and pan size, but the shadows themselves are smooth and buttery, pigmented with only a little fallout. Whereas some formulas, like the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette, are powdery and dry, these feel almost hydrating. They’re easy to use and blend.
Admittedly, the shade range in the Beauty Killer palette is unusual. Teal blue, hot pink, and gold aren’t easy-to-wear shades, certainly not together. I got this palette when it was 50% off, which is part of why I was willing to pay for it. I love a few of the shades, especially China White and Courtney (which can be used on the daily). I love pink eyeshadow, even though I don’t wear it often. Star power is gorgeous, perfectly hot pink and matte. It’s basically Barbie pressed into an eyeshadow pan. Vanity is soft, pigmented, and shimmery– an on-trend merlot that flatters blue eyes. I use this palette in conjunction with the Androgyny palette frequently.
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