Sigma Beauty Enchanted Palette Review
It’s been quite some time since a palette has made me squeal and exclaim ‘OMG IT’S SO PRETTY!’ and that’s exactly what the Sigma Beauty Enchanted Palette did. I hadn’t heard much about Sigma before, only that their brushes are used and favoured by many. I came across the Enchanted Palette on the explore page of Instagram and within 5 minutes it had been bought.
Today I’ll be sharing with you all my review plus 3 mini tutorials using only this palette!
Transcend beauty with 14 colour-shifting eyeshadows in buildable, blendable formulas, featuring duo-chrome matte and shimmer finishes. With a dual-ended brush included, this whimsical palette will have you spellbound.
- 14 shades
- 7 Mattes
- 7 shimmers
- Sanburst – Daylight marigold shimmer
- Budding – Peony pink shimmer
- Innocent – Fair rosewood matte
- Metamorphosis – Icy rose duo-chrome
- Loam – Warm, sandy brown matte
- Terra – Tawny cinnamon matte
- Electrum – Electric gold shimmer
- Moonglade – Regal mauve frost
- Plume – Metallic purple milkweed
- Cosmos – Galaxy green duo-chrome
- Claystone – Rich, hickory brown matte
- Evergreen – Deep, pine green matte
- Wicked – Blackest black matte
The packaging for the Sigma Beauty Enchanted Palette is BEAUTIFUL! When it first arrived I couldn’t take my eyes off of it or stop taking pictures. It’s definitely one of the most eye-catching palettes in my collection with the holographic casing. I love the floral design on the front too, the whole thing really does look magical.
The palette is white inside and includes a mirror and a dual-ended brush. I love it when palettes include a brush and I was really happy that I got to try out a Sigma brush too as they are highly raved about. Both the brand name and the name of the palette are imprinted above and below the mirror. I also liked that the shadows had Sigma embossed into them, I thought that was a nice touch and gave it a high-end feel. The names are all printed below the shades too in a reflective holographic, which is also a big bonus for me.
The first shade I wanted to dive into was Electrum, which is the bright gold shimmer, but all of the shades are equally stunning. I love the colour scheme of this palette, it’s really versatile and I think it’s ideal for transitioning from summer to autumn. Personally I can’t get enough of fun, glitter shades and this palette certainly has plenty! There are a couple of shades, such as Metamorphosis and Budding that I would class more as eyeshadow toppers to transform your look from day-to-night.
The pigment of these shadows are really good, only the darker matte shades need a little building. I was blown away by the swatches of the shimmer shades, they were so smooth and buttery and intense! From the matte shades I didn’t experience any fallout but the heavier glitter shades I found throughout the day I did have glitter pretty much all around my eye area.
The shades all blended together really easily, I didn’t have any issues with blending at all and I was also really impressed with the brush. It was super soft, didn’t feel spikey at all like some of the brushes included in palettes do, and was just really nice to use. I’ll definitely be using it a lot more and may need to invest in some more Sigma brushes.
I really loved all the looks I created with this palette and definitely got all the autumn feels!
For the first look, I started with Terra for my outer corners and crease. I then used Claystone to deepen the outer corners and applied Electrum all over the centre of my lid.
For my second look, I used the shade Innocent for my transition and then used Wicked for my outer corners and lower lashline. I then used Plume all over the centre of my lid and Metamorphosis in the inner corners.
For the third and final look, I started with Evergreen in the outer corner, creating a wing shape. I then used Cosmos on the centre of my lid and blended this in with Evergreen. Lastly, I used Electrum on the inner third of my eye and blended this into Cosmos.
I am very, very happy with this palette. It’s so beautiful and I loved creating looks with it. It’s definitely a palette I’ll be using a lot more over the next few months for autumn and Christmas. The pigment of the shadows are amazing, they’re easy to blend and use and the colour scheme is, in my opinion perfect. It really does have an enchanted, magical feel to it and honestly, I felt very princess-like while wearing look number 2 haha. Personally I think it’s worth the £42 and I’d really like to try out some more Sigma palettes…and brushes!
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