Review | BH Cosmetics Sylvia Gani Palette


This is what it says on the BH Cosmetics website:

Embrace the artistic flair of social media beauty star Sylvia Gani with this versatile 22 Color Shadow Palette. Featuring a collection of richly pigmented matte and shimmer shadows, accessorizing your eyes with infinite effects has never been easier. Create dramatic depth with luxe jewel tones and warm neutral hues, or amp up everyday glam with romantic berry and intense dark shades. Whether you sweep on a single bold shade, or an array of different textures, this essential palette instantly transforms your look for any occasion.

Apply with Base Booster Shadow Glue for maximum pigmentation. Pack and blend in style by using our matching BH Signature Rose Gold-13 Piece Brush Set with an array of shading and defining eye brushes.


So, I got this palette as a gift with purchase a while ago, and I remember hearing alot about BH Cosmetics back when beauty-youtubers was just starting to become a thing.
So I got really excited because I’ve never really tried anything from them before, and I haven’t been able to stop using this palette since I got it.

Now, this palette does contain 22 eyeshadows. 14 mattes, 6 shimmers and 2 bigger pans, which I consider to have more of a metallic finish.
And it does have a beautiful range of shades from neutrals to a few more colorful shades, so you can easily create a lot of different looks with it.

So, when it comes to the matte shades, I find them to be very easy to work with.
They are very pigmented, and they blend out very beautifully. However, they can blend away a little if you’re not careful.
But they are very buildable at the same time, so you can easily fix that if you’ve over-blended them, but it is something to keep in mind.

Now, when it comes to the shimmer shades I don’t have anything bad to say.
They look so beautiful and even on the eyes, and they apply nicely with both a brush and your fingertip.
Of course, you do get more color payoff with your fingers, like you do with most shimmer shadows, but they do show up alot more with a brush than I’m used to from some other shadows I own.

However, the only shades I’m not too fan of in this palette are the two more metallic ones in the larger pans.
I just find them to be a little too uneven, and they’re not as easy to work with as the other shades. So they are a little disappointing to me.
But overall I really like this palette, so I absolutley think that it’s worth looking in to.

It’s available on for 240nok.

Review|Essence Sawasdee Bankok Eyeshadow Palette


This is what it says on the Essence website:

Welcome to Bangkok! The gorgeous colours of this eyeshadow palette are inspired by the pulsating metropolis and the heart of the Land of Smiles. The nine eyeshadow shades in exciting reddish and soft brown colours offer velvety matt, softly shimmering and metallic finishes. Unique eye make-up looks can be created thanks to the high-pigmentation. The high-quality paper packaging with a mirror also makes this palette perfect for on the go.


So, I got this palette a little while ago, and I didn’t really know what to expect since I don’t have any experience with the brand, and I haven’t always had too much luck with eyeshadows in this pricerange, but I’m actually very impressed with these shadows.

Now, first of all I’ve gotta say that this is the first palette I own where I actually get use out of all the shades. Because there are always a few shades that aren’t my cup of tee in the palettes that I already have in my collection, but this palette has such a perfect mix of shades for me, and I’m very happy with that.
And they are also pigmented enough to show up, but I will say that you have to build them up to get full intensity, but they are very easy to build, so I don’t really consider it an issue.

However, the shimmer shades does have alot of fallout, so I would recommend that you apply your eye-makeup before your face-makeup, because it can get quite messy.
And I also prefer to apply them (shimmers) with my finger rather than a brush, ’cause the color shows up alot more opaque (even though it doesn’t look like it on my “swatches-picture”), but that just depends on your preference.

So, overall I love this palette so much, it’s just so beautiful and it’s definetly in my top 3!
The only thing that sucks is that I can’t find out where it is available outside of Europe, but if you are able to get your hands on it, I highly recommend it!

So, have you tried this palette?
Let me know your thoughts in the comment section below.

I got mine from for 76nok.

Review | Laritzy Athena Eyeshadow Palette


This is what it says on the Laritzy website:

This goddess-inspired palette offers the perfect mix of neutral and bold. These buttery shadows make it incredibly easy to blend out for a natural, effortless finish.

Features 4 rich, matte shades and 5 satin, shimmer shades.

ATLAS: Light salmon matte
FATE: Champagne shimmer
CALYPSO: Nude with peach undertone matte
HERO: Auburn matte
GODDESS: Hot coral shimmer
ODYSSEY: Coppery gold shimmer
JUSTICE: Salmon pink shimmer
ARES: Peachy coral shimmer
NOX: Indian red matte


So, I got this palette in a subscription box a few months ago, and I’m always excited to play with makeup from brands I’m not familiar with, and, even though these aren’t shades I’d normally go for, it was fun to try something a little out of my comfort zone.

Now, I tried to do some research on the brand before I tried these shadows, and from what I could find out these seems to be the first eyeshadows this brand has come out with, so I didn’t have alot of expectations when it came to the pigmentation, lasting power and texture on these, but I was very pleasantly surprised as soon as I tried them.

Now, as far as the pigmentation goes, I find that these are pigmented enough to show up on the lids with one layer, but they’re not so pigmented that I find them ‘intimidating’, if you know what I mean?
But they are also very buildable, and I prefer shadows like that, because I find that those are the easiest to work with, since you get alot more control with them. So if you’re like me and find it a little scary to wear shades that are a bit more colorful, I think that these are great shadows to try out.

However, I do think that these are a little too soft in texture, because you can very easily get a lot of fallout with them, since they do have a lot of kickup, but as long you tap off the exess powder they’re not too bad. I just prefer shadows that are a little “firmer”, because I feel like you waste a lot of product, so that’s something to keep in mind with these.

But, overall I do quite like them, and if they release a palette with more neutral shades I’d be very interessed in that. Because, like I said, they are very easy to work with, they blend very nicely and they do last all day.
So, if you like pink and red shadows, and you feel like you will get a lot of use out of this, I definetly think that this a palette that’s worth checking out.

It’s available on for $48.