For the Christmas 2010 Collection, Lise Watier has dreamed up a palette of rich sophisticated tones. Baked eyeshadows, that latest technology that allows you to obtain ultra-pigmented shades, satiny and faintly iridescent finishes. Five gems nestled in a compact encrusted with sparkling crystals.
The Lise Watier Jingle Belle Palette is my favourite holiday eye shadow palette of the season. In my opinion, it is the standout when compared to the holiday collections that have been released over the past few weeks. The colours in this glamorous compact are perfect for all skin tones and ages. With this versatile palette you can create an innumerable amount of looks by pairing any of the colours.
I love that these shadows are not glittery-instead, they have the most amazing iridescent duo-chrome. The shades are incredibly multi-dimensional and, depending on how much you blend them, evolve into new variations. You could easily create a beautiful look by applying and blending different opacities of one unique colour.
Initially, I feared that these shadows would have fall-out or be crumbly, but as long as you use a gentle hand when working with them, you will have no problems. Personally, I am not a fan of the sponge tip applicators because I feel like they are too abrasive on the shadows (you can see in the swatches that there is some crumbling because the sponges picked up too much product at once).
This palette retails for $38.00 Canadian and is worth every penny considering the size and pigmentation of the shadows and the quality of the luxurious compact. I highly recommend!