Sigma Beauty Untamed Eyeshadow Palette Review

October 7, 2020
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Sigma Beauty Untamed Eyeshadow Palette Review and 3 Tutorials

Last year I discovered that Sigma Beauty did more than just brushes. After falling in love with the Enchanted palette my obsession really began and I’ve since bought every palette they’ve released so far. When I first saw the Sigma Beauty Untamed palette on their Instagram feed, I knew it was yet another that I couldn’t resist. With colours that just screamed autumn, I snapped it up as soon as I could.

Keep reading to find out my thoughts on the Sigma Beauty Untamed palette plus 3 mini tutorials!

About the Sigma Beauty Untamed Palette

From the Sigma Beauty Website:

“Unleash your inner tigress with this daring, unruly mix of matte, shimmer and metallic shades. Evoking a sense of fearlessness and freedom, Untamed urges you to embrace every aspect of your personality. Whether you’re feeling soft and romantic, edgy and dark, bold and unexpected or responsible and tame, this eyeshadow palette and dual-ended brush will help you conquer each day with confidence and charisma.”


  • £38.50
  • 14 shades
  • 6 shimmer shades
  • 8 matte shades
  • Vegan
  • Cruelty-free

Sigma Beauty Untamed Shades

  • Docile – A buttermilk beige matte
  • Spirit – A brilliant ivory shimmer
  • Feral – A rich ochre matte
  • Envy – An olive-green shimmer
  • Hustle – A lux gold shimmer
  • Moxie – A poetic pink shimmer
  • Loyal – A sienna brown matte

sigma beauty untamed palette

  • Wicked – A deep black matte
  • Instinct – A fair mauve matte
  • Rebel – A brick red matte
  • Camouflage – A forest green matte
  • Boho – A warm bronze matte
  • Fierce – A light amethyst shimmer
  • Dauntless – A vibrant cobalt shimmer

sigma beauty untamed palette


The packaging for this palette was slightly different from the others as it has more of a velvet finish rather than just solid cardboard. The design is also a lot darker than previous palettes too, which, of course, is very fitting for the whole colour-story and theme of the palette. It’s sleek and modern and definitely a moody, autumnal palette.

sigma beauty untamed palette

Just like all the Sigma Beauty palettes, inside there is a very handy mirror and a dual-ended brush which I’m always excited to receive. I really should invest in a full set of their brushes. I’m a big fan of the brush that comes with the palettes as it’s super soft and really easy to work with.

sigma beauty untamed palette

sigma beauty untamed palette

All of the shade names are written underneath each pan and on the back of the outer box it has all the shade names written there too. All of the shades also have ‘Sigma’ embossed into them which I think is a nice little touch.

First Impressions

Of course, I was already in love with the colours, these really are my kind of shades and I thought there was so much variety here too. From pinks and greens to blues and oranges, you could easily create any kind of look. Immediately I was drawn to the shades Dauntless and Camouflage. This palette gave me ABH Subculture vibes, which was my all-time favourite palette for autumn, so I was very excited to test it out!

sigma beauty untamed palette

The shades all swatched beautifully, there were no patchiness or inconsistencies with the texture. Each shadow was smooth and buttery and just glided on so easily. Just like with all of the previous Sigma palettes these colours are super pigmented so you only need to pick up a small amount. I did experience a bit of fallout when applying to my eyes but really only with the black and blue shades.

3 Tutorials

So, as always, I created 3 looks with this palette, using as many different shades as I could to show you all how diverse it is.

Look 1:

For the first look, I had to dive right into the greens! I started with ‘Boho’ and applied this as my transition shade. I then took the shade ‘Camouflage’ and blended this into my outer corners. Next, I used ‘Envy’ and applied this to the centre of my lid and then finished off by applying ‘Spirit’ into my inner corners.

sigma beauty untamed palette

Look 2: 

For the second look, I went for a more every day/wearable look and used ‘Feral’ as my transition shades before deepening the crease and the outer corners with ‘Rebel’. For the centre of the lid, I used the shade ‘Fierce’ and then finished the whole look off with some winged eyeliner.

sigma beauty untamed palette

Look 3:

For the third and final look, of course, I had to use the stunning blue shades. I kept this look pretty simple, using ‘Wicked’ for the outer corners and then ‘Dauntless’ for the lid.

sigma beauty untamed palette

Final Thoughts on the Sigma Beauty Untamed Palette

It should come as no surprise when I say I love this palette. There has not been a single Sigma Beauty palette that I haven’t loved. And, if you have yet to have tried one of their palettes I cannot recommend them enough! Seriously, go and buy one, you won’t regret it.

All of the shades are so easy to work with, they blend together really nicely, they’re super pigmented and you get little to no fallout. I think they’re such good value for money considering the quality of them. The Sigma Beauty Untamed palette especially holds a special place in my heart just because of all the autumn vibes. Show me a moody toned palette and I’ll be getting my purse out almost immediately.

I’m completely obsessed with the green shades and all of the shimmer shades just blow me away every single time. I’ll definitely be getting a lot of wear out of the Untamed palette this autumn and winter.

sigma beauty untamed palette

I hope you all enjoyed this post! Let me know if you own the Sigma Beauty Untamed palette or if you’re considering buying it for autumn.

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  • Mimi

    October 7, 2020 at 6:43 pm

    The blue is so beautiful!

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