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Jesse’s Girl 2016 Masquerade Pallet: Review, Dupes, and Swatches (3 eye makeup looks)

Gosh! Three weeks into September already, Fall truly has begun my friends. A lot of you love bunnies sent me private emails in leu of my Milani Cosmetics Earthy Elements Pallet review on products you’d fancy me giving a bit of my input on, or for plain out swatches and comparisons! While paroozing the drugstore last night, I came upon Jeese’s Girl 2016 Masquerade Pallet, and boy, was I taken back by all the wonderful colors. It’s not often you see a drugstore pallet with minimal neutrals and tons of color, I personally search high and low for the most color possible, so this was a pleasant surprise! Below you shall endure a thorough review encompassing the concepts of pigment, versatility, and overall pallet structure. Due to me purchasing this pallet outright, without an endorsement, EVERYTHING happens to be my opinion, which mean those opinions are strictly based on previous experiences, and current observations, therefore, my review is as good as gold!





Ingredients in Jesse’s Girl 2016 Masquerade Pallet

Mica, Talc, Dimethyl Silicone, Magnesium Stearate, Mineral Oil, Polyethylene Waxes, Kaolin, Polyisobutene, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Methyl Paraben, Propyl Paraben, BHT May Contain: CI 19140, CI 16035, CI 77891, CI 77742, CI 77007, CI 61570, CI 77510, CI 77491, CI 77492,CI 77499,CI 42090


Mica: Mineral Glimmer

Talc: Smooth application, no cakey finishes

Mineral Oil: Orderless oil made of petroleum (BAD FOR EARTH, AND SKIN)

Methyl Paraben: Preservative



Before moving forward I would like to shed light on the fact although mineral oil is terrible for the Earth, and in my opinion detrimental to the skin, since after all it tis’ petroleum, the oil happens to be approved by the states, you just have to be aware it comes with toxins and pore clogging substances! Check out this article by Britta Aragon to find out more about Mineral Oil, and decipher what you truly feel towards the movement on banning this ingredient: 3 Key Reasons to Avoid Mineral Oil. ALRIGHTY, back to the actual pallet at hand! All swatches were done using my finger, and were completed without a primer handy! I am a fond believer that primers are only necessary if you’re planning on wearing your makeup more than an hour, or if you’re working with known, disastrous shadows. Fortunately, as you can visually observe from the images above, and to the right of this paragraph, ALL colors exemplify professional quality pigment, with one swipe! I was intrigued after the first swatches, but after I realized all 30 colors exemplified the same buttery texture, it became apparent this pallet is a GEM in the drugstore. Typically foiled shadows, such as the infamous Makeup Geek ones as mentioned before, are very pigmented, require only one swiping of pigment, and add a beautiful touch to your overall makeup look! These break boundaries. From unique hues of pink, to interesting foiled tropical colors, it’s an impossibility for someone to say they aren’t in love!




Pigment: 5/5

(very pigmented; vivid)

Texture: 4/5

(if you SCRUB the shadows, it is chalky)

Compact: 5/5

(travel friendly)

Overall: 5/5

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