Wow, okay, okay, okay.
I saved for some months in order to buy this, as 40 euros for a make up item / palette is something that I usually wouldn't afford - and don't want to! So, I saved like 5 euros a week so I didn't have the impression of spending a ton. BUT ANYWAY. Little I knew I was going to own something so unique I find myself staring at it sometimes without even using it!
So, the colours are simply amazing. They're so wild it's almost embarassing, but I honestly don't care and love to shine in weird colours even on normal daytime!
"Purple horseshoe" and "blue moon" are insane. Literally insane. I never do eyeshadow but this is the time I should learn because these colours aren't usable otherwise (unless you're called Jeffree Star.
On a daily basis, I'm not afraid to use "Lucky Clover". It doesn't only highlight in a very elegant way, but its green shade mitigates my red cheekbones - not a cute blushing red, more like a "I rubbed my face so hard because I slept like 4 hours" red. So, double function, at least kind of. And yes you're painted in green, clearly not neon green but if you wear two layers, the shade is definitely noticeable.
"Star" is nuts. I mean, nuts. I dared to highlight with it and wasn't ashamed under any circumstances. Instant space-age-y mood, but still elegant. And yes, you're walking in the sunlight painted in grey. #yolo
"Blue ice" is meh-ish, a white shade that's very workable but honestly, it's kind of boring among such crazy colours.
"Pink Heart" is the only shade that disappointed me as it doesn't show up on me. I layered and layered, but for some reason it fails to deliver and doesn't shine more than, let's say, a Milani's Luminoso blush. Boo.
On a more material-wise analysis, the packaging is gorgeous, the pans big and easy to use, almost no fall-out and the powder itself is very very easy to pick up. A gentle pat in the pan and you're good (unless you want to do something shocking, why not). This will last at least 2-3 ages to me.
I don't know how to explain the feeling of wearing these crazy, totally-not-subtle colors: they're very attractive and kind of sexy, but the shade is totally unexpected and generates a "wow" moment in other people's eyes. Nobody ever called it weird, just "wow". And I love it.
The only things I didn't like is:
1) this is made in China. Come on, seriously? I'm not against Chinese products at all since like the 80% of the new stuff we buy it's made there, like our smartphones and computers and many other things. But 40 euros for a China-made product? Nope. Too much. The quality might be amazing but STILL, a marvellous brand like Wet'n'wild is made there and it's sold cheap. Honestly, the correct price for this wouldn't have to be more than 25 euros.
2) after some hours, some shades (like "Star") doesn't fade gracefully at all. Earlier today I had to do stuff downtown, so I walked around for 5 hours, when I watched myself in a shop mirror and many tiny glitters were spread around my face! Hell no! Not cute at all. I didn't feel confortable and wore shades even at sunset.
Overall, it's something that might intimidate many, but it's so gorgeous it's breathtaking. I'm sure that many will adore this as an eyeshadow palette!