So a lot of people may know that I love eye shadow palettes! I love creating many different looks with many different eye shadow colors and finishes. You may also know that I’m not afraid of color either. I could wear a purple eye as a during the day look and love it. But, it seems like during Winter I am loving my neutrals. Pretty much almost every cosmetic company has their form of a neutral palette and a lot of them seem repetitive. Sigma Beauty is one of my favorite cosmetics companies, and when I got a birthday certificate from Sigma I knew I had to get my hands on their new palette.This palette is part of the Sigma Enlight collection and is called Warm Neutrals.
What Sigma says about their palette, “The Sigma Beauty Warm Neutrals Eye Shadow Palette is comprised of 12 new neutral shades of rich, warm hues giving you the ability to create endless options for a lit-from-within glow. This collection features matte, frost, sheen, duo-chrome and shimmer finishes. Paraben-free.” Information below.
- See the entire Sigma Enlight Collection on their website here. This collection also includes blushes, bases, lip glosses, and many more.
- See the Warm Neutrals palette on their website here.
The palette comes in a outer sleeve as you can see below in the photos. I think that it makes it look very modern and sleek. The outer sleeves on palettes are there just to keep the palette protected, but usually I throw them away.
The back of the outer sleeve that shows the names of the shadows included. There is a sticker that says that it was hand checked by Sigma Beauty. It also states the ingredients and the size.
The palette itself is black and feels very sturdy. It has a magnetic closure which is nice! I really like the look of this packaging with the silver logo and the Sigma wording across the middle of the palette. I think that it makes it look nice and high quality.
It also includes a nice sized mirror, although it doesn’t like to stay up like most palettes. Just like XSparkage would say…this palette could use some Viagra!
THE EYE SHADOWS
I think that this palette includes a nice array of colors and also finishes making it different from other neutral palettes that I have. There are shimmery shadows and also matte shadows. Each shadow is imprinted with the Sigma name which I think makes it look nice and unique. I will let you know that I took these photos before using this palette so slowly the Sigma imprint will go away.
OYSTER SAND: shimmery light baby pink. The shadow is pretty shear so it works best under a white base.
SUGAR MILK: matte light yellow beige. This shadow is a perfect for a brow highlight.
MILD MANNERED: shimmery medium tanish-brown. This color works well as an all over shade.
DOVE: shimmery taupe brown. Here is another shadow that works well as an all over shade.
FAWN: shimmery gold with glitter flecks. Love this color!!!
CINNAMON: matte orange-brown. This is a color that I think is perfect as a crease color.
RUSSET: deep reddish-brown with pink glitter. Love this color.
BALANCED: shimmery peachy-orange.
COZY: matte medium brown. Perfect color to use as a crease color.
INNOCENT: matte medium pink.
OPTIMISTIC: shimmery raspberry pink with glitter.
WARM STONE: matte chocolate brown with gold glitter.
I really love this palette and I am glad that I got it! I think that Sigma improved their eye shadow formula with this palette. They’re not as powdery as others and very easy to work with. I still love Sigma’s other palettes, but I think that this one is one of my favorites from them. I love using my Sigma bases with this palette, especially Spy. I will be doing a post on those soon.
- Great sturdy packaging
- High quality shadows that are blendable
- Nice array of colors and finishes
- Very pigmented
- Price $39.99, which isn’t crazy! But, the whole collection itself has a crazy price tag of $165.00 (remember it includes: blushes, eye shadow bases, brushes, lip glosses, and eyeliners). But still!!
- Glittery shades have some fallout
- Mirror doesn’t stay up which isn’t a big deal
SOME FOTDs FROM THIS PALETTE
Hope you enjoyed this post!! Let me know what palette review you would like next!!!
The Beauty Deputy