I was browsing the Skinfood website when I noticed that they came out with a new eyeshadow palette: Sugar Bloom Shadow Box. I think it's the first eyeshadow palette they released, but I could be wrong. I'm also not too sure when it came out and whether it was for fall or winter.
I purchased this for 8500won, pretty cheap for such a cute eyeshadow palette.
The palette comes in a yellow tin case on the edges it's got a designed stamped into the tin. It kind of reminds me of the tin cases like Altoids. I'm not too fond of the tin because you need to press it quite hard to snap on the lid and this might affect the shadows at some point or another.
Inside, there is a mirror that I like because it's big enough to see my eyes. It also comes with a double ended sponge applicator. It's actually quite small so I needed to swipe on the shadow a few times to get it all over my eyes.
The shadows are in metal pans which sit in a yellow plastic holder. They're 2cm x 2.5cm in size. I'm not too sure about the depth though. Sadly, there were no instructions included, but I did use the tutorial from a Vivi magazine (Aug. 2008 see below) as a little guideline. However, the shades do not appear as pigmented as the Visee shadows.
I'm sure the Visee palette is a lot more pigmented than the Skinfood one. Maybe I should try this XD
Monday is pay day! I can't wait! That means I gotta celebrate with a makeup/skincare haul maybe??
I have to eat more waffles. There's this (I'm assuming popular) waffle place near me called Deliatti and they are giving away a sample of Hanskin's Premium Super BB Cream with a purchase of 10000won or more. What a name.. it's supposed to have whitening, anti-aging benefits and sun protection. Sounds good, but I'm not too sure if it's the whole tube or not. I noticed the sign saying it was 22000won, so it might be the whole thing.