Through the Looking Glass

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All I have to say about this product is wow. I am utterly astonished by how beautiful it is. There is a great balance between neutral and adventurous colours, as well as matte, shimmer, and sparkle as well.

I usually prefer neutral tones for my eyes, however I’m always up to experimenting by adding just a hint of a dramatic colour occasionally so I think this pallet will help me to get comfortable not just with colour but for more dramatic eye looks.


My favourite colours are Metamorphosis (periwinkle shimmer), Looking Glass (light pink shimmer), Salazen Grum (red/orange shimmer), and Kingdom (medium brown shimmer). Kingdom and Looking glass are pretty similar to other colours that you could get in the naked pallets while Metamorphosis and Salazen Grum are completely unique.

The brush its self is very different from the ones in the Naked pallets which I was very excited about when I found out. They’re skinnier and the blending brush is longer than the one’s in the Naked pallets. I usually just use the fatter blending brush in my Naked pallets for the majority of my eyeshadows and blending needs but I have actually been using the smaller side of this brush more than the blending side.

This pallet retails for $75 at Sephora and that is honestly such a steal when you consider that there are 20 colours which comes to $3.75 an eyeshadow. I would highly suggest buying this pallet or even considering buying it. I regret the fact that I never purchased the Alice in Wonderland one years ago, don’t make my mistake with this pallet because this pallet can very easily become iconic in years to come.