KYSHADOW BRONZE PALETTE: Full Review + Comparison to Morphe 35o!

I just got my Kyshadow bronze palette today in the mail! I’m in Las Vegas right now for the Miss United States 2016 pageant so it has been super hectic but I had to make time to share my review of this new palette with you!

Watch my full video review and demo here:

THE KYSHADOW BREAKDOWN:

PROS:

-The colors in Kyshadow are very pigmented and blend well.

-The colors are universally flattering bronze tones

-The formula is amazing

CONS: 

-The packaging of the palette seems cheap. It is cardboard like the Carli Bybel palette from BH Cosmetics.

-There is no mirror on the palette. For me, since I always do my makeup on the go, I NEED a mirror on my palette! This didn’t have one so it was annoying

KYSHADOW VS MORPHE:

Kyshadow is MUCH better quality than the Morphe 35o as far as the formula and color payoff go. The formula of the Kyshadow reminds me of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette! It is very pigmented and buttery. Morphe is more dry and it does not have as much coverage. The colors may look similar but because Kylie’s has more pigment, Kylie’s colors are more opaque. With the Kylie palette retailing at $42, the $18 Morphe palette is a better buy.

What are your thoughts? Let me know in the comments below and don’t forget to enter my Modern Renaissance palette giveaway!

 

XOX from Vegas,

 

Lisa

 

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Lisa Opie

Lisa Opie is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and is the founder of Lady Code. Lisa loves to write about fashion, beauty, and travel. Although her main focus is Lady Code, she is also the creator and designer of Vizcaya Swimwear. Keep up with Lisa on Instagram: @Lisa_Opie

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