Hi Darlings, today’s post is going to be the review and swatches of the Clio Pro Eye Palette in the shade 12 Autumn Breeze In Seoul Forest.
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- Price: 26,10$ for 6g of product (0,6g x 10)
- Vegan: ? (the site doesn’t state but after some research, I haven’t found anything so I’ll go with no, please, correct me if I’m wrong)
- Cruelty Free: ? (the site doesn’t state but after some research, I haven’t found anything so I’ll go with no, correct me if I’m wrong)
Click here to read the ingredients (they are in the “purchase information” section).
This palette has a mix of mattes, shimmers, soft glitters and chunky glitters. All the shades work beautifully together and I love the warm pink tones.
The packaging is very pretty, despite being plastic, it’s very sturdy and the box the palette comes in, it’s very well done. It comes with a tiny double-sided brush that isn’t half bad.
I wish it had a mirror though.
The formula is quite soft and smooth especially when you swatch it, it has medium-high pigmentation. They aren’t patchy and the colour selection is beautiful and very classy. The formula of the glitter is a bit wet enough to work but it’s not greasy. Somehow that prevents most of the fallout which is amazing for glitter.
All the shades blend easily with brushes but I prefer to use my finger for the glitter.
With a primer, they last about 10 hours before creasing.
This palette is basically perfect in my opinion. The minor complaints I have are nothing compared to the quality of this palette. On top of that, it’s quite affordable despite performing like a high-end palette. They have plenty of shades so you’ll find one you like if these aren’t for you. But personally, I’ve been using it every day and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
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