I think this is the final item from the Trick or Treat box back in October. Woop woop. In all honesty this isn’t a palette I wouldn’t have picked out for myself but that kind of makes me more excited to receive it in a mystery box.
The All I See is Signs palette is available from the P.Louise website (see here) as well as from the BPerfect Megastore (see here) and retails for £41. You get free UK shipping with orders over £40 with BPerfect and P.Louise offers £1 UK delivery. I can’t say what BPerfect shipping is like as I’ve never ordered from them however P.Louise will have your items to you in no more than a week usually.
The packaging is everything I’ve come to expect from P.Louise-extra. The palette comes in an outer box that displays the front of the palette which I love. The sides of the box are also decorated to match the palette and all product information including the ingredients can be found on the back. The palette itself has a gorgeous money design and has a fair weight to it. Not the most comfortable for holding up. The clasp is designed to look like a vault lock and is really secure. I love it. There’s also a huge mirror inside the lid and a plastic protector over the shadows.
This is a 21 pan palette containing 16 mattes and 5 shimmer shades. The shade range is mostly a variation of neutrals with some bright pops of colour and has a fabulous range of tones for creating gradients. The pans are quite big and I love the embossed details in them.
When doing the swatches, the shadows felt soft and creamy to touch. The matte shades have visible differences and only needed a single layer for strong, even pigment. The shimmers are buttery and so smooth. I barely touched them to achieve a great swatch.
On the eye, the shadows are stunning. They are pigmented though still easy to apply and blend. The tones work well with each other and blend together seamlessly to offer a variety of looks. The shimmers are simply stunning and easy to work with though you do get quite a bit of fallout under the eye from them. They also blend well with each other and the matte shades.
There wasn’t much wrong with this palette. There was some kickback in the pans for all of the mattes which is to be expected but no under eye fallout. The shimmers lasted about 4 hours before they started to crease and there was a small amount of staining with the shade Get Paid.
Overall, I am really happy with the All I See is Signs palette from P.Louise. The packaging as with all P.Louise products is sturdy and well made while being completely gorgeous. The shade range is centered around neutrals with some pops of colour but is surprisingly versatile. The shadows themselves are highly pigmented but are still easy to blend with minimal issues.
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