i have the 'perfectly neutral - 10' shade.
it is incredible!!!!!! the base is amazingly smooth, and the colors blend together very well!! i appl a base, lid, inner corner, and crease. there is also a matte finish so its great for my oily lids.
This eye palette is true to its name - sweet NOTHING. This is actually what I wanted, I do not regret buying it... But ... it's not buildable, very sheer,truly - almost nothing. I didn't expect it to be sheer to this extend. However I like all the colors. One - nude without shimmer, second - close to ivory or light bege with a tiny amount of shimmer, which is not noticeable on eyes. The third one is white with shimmer. The other three colors are almost the same. The last three colors are also shimmery. The shimmery colors are suitable for everyday too. The palette contains the eyeshadow base, which I like very much and sometimes use as concealer for under eye area.
I didn't notice any creasing so far and they seem lasting.
To my surprise the package has a build in very narrow mirrow on the top and it comes with an applicator, unlike Hidden agenda which has neither brush no mirrow.
Overall I like this palette, but I wouldn't recommend it to anybody who needs buildable eyeshadows.
Well Sk aptly named this palette and I should have paid attention. The eye shadows are named sweet nothings because when you apply them they look like nothing on your lid---NOTHING!!! One of the colors that looks like it should be a nice shimmery peach I loaded a brush for 7 minutes and applied and applied and poof nothing! So if you would like some magically disappearing eye shadows for around 15 dollars then this is your palette!
(I wish my freaking Target took returns.I know there are people on here opposed to returns but it is my hard-earned money. Grimace.)
I saw this at Target and thought the colors were beautiful, but when I brought it home, all the colors look the same when I swatched them! They all seem to be a light, shimmer color. I am going to try to return it...bummer!
All the colors are shimmer, nothing too pigmented. They seem like really nice colors in the package but too sheer for my liking. Comes with a primer, but i would suggest using another primer to get the most out of the colors. Colors stay crease free, and last all day, wouldnt repurchase for $13....
I really like a few of the colors in this palette and I've been favorably impressed with some of Sonia Kashuk's other neutral colors so I purchased this palette despite the slightly ridiculous price tag- this palette has some pretty colors but I don't know if it's worth $13. None of the shadows are super pigmented, although they do seem to be quite buildable. The colors are super shimmery and as other reviews have said can almost appear to be the same color unless you build them up. The primer/base is nothing special at all and is way too yellowy and almost chalky for me to actually use- I wish they would have included more shadows or just made the palette smaller so I wouldn't have had to pay as much! This is definitely a good palette for pale people like myself and people who are looking to experiment with shimmery neutrals. I probably wouldn't repurchase just because I think there are other palettes or shadows out there that are more pigmented and easier to use.
RIS. Overall these colors work well on my pale skin. Pretty good staying power but like some other reviewers have said they are all pretty much the same color. I probably won't purchase but since I received this in a swap I am happy with it.
I purchased this palette at Target for $13 because I have never bought a Sonia Kashuk product and wanted to have a palette of neutrals to play with. I would say that it's a serviceable palette, but not worth $13. Half the e/s seem to be the same color (actually, I think SK e/s are a bit strange and often unwearable colors like mustard or unattractive greenish brown baby-poo, so this palette is a welcome change) with various levels of shimmer. The darker shades (not very dark) are pure shimmer. In other words, if shimmer is your thing, this is your palette. The base is nothing special, a yellow-toned concealer really, which I tried before going back to UDPP. So those are the cons. On the pro side: It is possible to do a light, pretty eye with this palette. And that the lasting power of the shadows is really good. They don't fade or crease over a base and the colors stay true. So there is that!
I'm delighted with these colors. Sweet nothings is the perfect name as it is neutral colors that compliment any eye shadow. I use it as is because I do not want to over do my eyes being that I am in my 40's.
It's quick and easy and it even has a primer with it.
Update-this is still a big favorite-I've bought some for my friends and they now use them everyday and love them, too. These are good for a basic everyday look and it's not super dramatic.
This was a waste of money. All the shades are the same pale shimmer, no distinction. Definitely won't be buying this again.