I pick up the big monster bag from Sam's Club for baking holiday treats. I really like that it's a resealable zip to keep the chips fresh. Never had an issue with the chips themselves. They don't have chocolate easily shaved off them by the mixer but they're not too firm after baking and cooling down either. I'm happy with them.
I wanted more from this set. Love Sick performed well, but Fixated was powdery, Amelie didn't build up as vibrantly as the pan suggested and like Promiscuous was hard to apply evenly (too much slip in the shadow?). It's a shame because I loved the color story here, but I was mostly disappointed. Better to pick up the Love Sick shade solo.
Normally I'm a ABH brow pencil girl, but I liked this too. Way more affordable, and as long as you have a reasonable color match to your brows, there's no reason to overlook it. Strong/firm spoolie and a good wear time from the actual product.
Very nice matte palette. Soft shadows, so there is kickup in the pan, but I don't find that translates to fallout on the eye. Easily blendable and wears well. I liked this one so much I picked up the browns as well.
Most of these shades swatch with minimal differences but look damn well the same on the eye. They blend muddily and while some shimmers perform well, there are other affordable brands doing far better without the cumbersome size and cheap quality of this palette. I ended up destashing mine.
Nice single. Very basic neutral, but it applies smoothly and wears well (no fading even without a primer). Not too firm pressed in the pan, so no need to to ham with a brush, but not nearly powder soft/kickup city like ABH palettes.
It's a comfortable (cushiony) hydrating balm, something definitely meant to be reapplied. Apparently Marsala is meant to be a deep red but it certainly isn't on me. It's dusty rose, don't be fooled! In comparison to the other two lip crayons I've kept in my collection, clinique chubby stick intense and revlon matte balm, it's my favorite for wear. Clinique is more sheer and can't really be built to full opacity (or at least Broadest Berry can't) and Revlon isn't as comfortable/can stain. Honest is priced between the two and is hypoallergenic and cruelty free, so I feel it's a fair place in the market.
The beans shade is trash but everything else is solid. Well pigmented and the formula isn't overly soft (looking at you ABH) or hard (hey MAC singles). They don't blend away into nothing or get muddy. A solid affordable palette if you're looking for these kinds of shades.