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ItsJudyTime Palette Review

Hey Lovies,

I purchased this product in November and used it everyday til Dec 31st. 

The End.


BH Cosmetics and ItsJudyTime hit the nail on the head with this palette. At first I was dismayed, no bright colours. No I was devastated. But truth be told there's no need! 

Now I'm a huuuuge Judy fan! And I plan on doing first impressions because of her. She's like the product whisperer, she knows when she has a gem!!

If you're a bright popping peacock eyeshadow lady, pass on this. But if you're in the market for an inexpensive, pigmented, neutral compact palette, go for it. And the brown and golden shades? Gorgeous on deeper skintones!!

Hardly any fall out, and might I add that BH may have created a special formula for this palette. The shadows are creamy and glide on easily and blend seamlessly with or without primer or a white cream based shadow for added pop. It feautres satins, shimmers AND mattes. bang for buck? umm yea! 

I must also say that they apply beautifully with my ring finger and my crown brushes? Perfection! 

Rarely do I rave about shadows, but this one? It's a beaut! 

Want to see some looks I created with this palette?

If you bought it, let me know; I got mine on sale too. Unfortunately it's sold out on their site, but you never know, some enthusiast may have extras on ebay or Instagram for sale! 

Comment below if you love eyeshadow like me!!


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