When Sephora announced this palette, my first inclination was to pass. A lot of the Disney princess stuff is just too juvenile and cutesy for me. I didn't think I would be very interested. Then I saw some pictures and read initial reviews. This palette is a lot classier than I initially thought. It's not cartoony or goofy at all.
Without further ado - the Cinderella Palette!
Open up the box and this is what you get:
A closer look at the writing (which is what eventually sold me):
The palette actually pulls completely out, like this:
The colors all have names significant to the movie:
Maiden, All Aglow, Destined, Cinderelly, Pumpkin Coach
Ball Gown, Kill Joy, Fairy Godmother, Glass Slipper, Royal
Gus Gus, Charming, Chateau, Palace, Drizella
Cinders, Jaq, Midnight, A Wish, Rococo
An initial inspection of the formula shows they are pretty smooth and nicely pigmented. I like that they're not too pigmented (meaning a little is SUPER DARK) - they're softer, more buildable.
Another shot so you can see how smooth and soft they are:
I'm going to play around with the colors and report back on how they work out.
And the great thing about this palette? The makeup pulls out, so when all is said and done, the beautiful box can be saved for whatever keepsakes. I'm going to save mine for my daughter some day... and remind her that dreams DO come true - look at her father and me. <3 div="div">