Today’s post is going to be a review and swatch of the Carli Bybel Eyeshadow and Highlighter Palette. This was a collaboration piece between Youtuber, Carli Bybel, and BH Cosmetics, which is an indie brand with good quality products at affordable prices. To learn more about the Carli Bybel and BH Cosmetics collaboration makeup palette, then read this article.
Today’s post is going to be a review and swatch of the Carli Bybel Eyeshadow and Highlighter Palette. This was a collaboration piece between Youtuber, Carli Bybel, and BH Cosmetics, which is a brand with good quality products at affordable prices. This normally would not be a palette that I’d be interested in, but I’ve been eyeing this palette for quite awhile. So when they were having a sale, I bought it in addition to some other items that I might show later.
This palette contains ten eye shadows and four highlighter shades that are all crazy pigmented with a buttery texture. The choice and selection of these eye shadows are pretty versatile and there’s a highlight shade for every skin tone. For eye shadow, you’re getting a good mixture of matte and shimmer shades - almost half and half.
|Swatches of matte shades from Carli Bybel Palette.|
The shimmer shades are basically a slightly expanded range of the highlighter shades in this palette, so if you ran out of one or the other, you can dip into another part of the palette for a similar color. Starting on the top row from left to right, you’re getting five shimmer shades in:
|Swatches of shimmer shades from Carli Bybel Palette.|
And the last thing in the palette are the four highlighter shades, which was kind of the primary reason I bought it because I love my highlighters. There’s a shade in here for every skin tone, so if the darker or the lighter shades don’t work for you, you can use it for eye shadow. From left to right, you’re getting a:
- Pale Pink (looks white when swatched)
- Gold Champagne
|Swatches of highlighter shades from Carli Bybel Palette.|
They’re really nice shades. However, the lightest shade doesn't appear to be all that intense when applied on face. I'm very accustomed to very dramatic looking highlight, so it may look more subtle to me, but not to the someone else. It's still a good-looking highlight so I'm still going to use it regardless.
The most dramatic is definitely the gold, which is too dark for me to use a highlighter. I can use it as eye shadow and a pop of shimmer on the lip, but that’s really it for me. If you have a medium (or deeper) complexion, it’ll suit you just fine.
Overall, this is an amazing quality palette that’s pretty versatile in the variety of looks you could do from daytime to nighttime. I can see some looks for fall coming out of this palette with the maroon and that olive green shade. Personally, I wouldn’t get much use out of this palette because I like some color, but I know a lot of others will. If you’re interested in purchasing it, you can get it from BH Cosmetics’ website and it’s also available in Ulta.