Kat Von D Serpentina Eyeshadow Palette
BY KAT VON D
A limited-edition eye shadow palette with a gold loose pigment jar and eight rich, jeweled tones, inspired by the essence of Egypt. Serpentina Eyeshadow Palette captures the opulence and beauty of ancient Egypt with a versatile design unlike any other Kat Von D palette. The configuration features eight pressed powders in matte and metallic shimmer finishes, plus a removable jar of gold loose pigment for ultimate versatility. This signature triple-milled, high-pigment eye shadow formula delivers instant, true color payoff and silky blendability, so you can experiment with layering and mix and match finishes for a stunning dimensional look. Then, let your creativity run wild with Prophet, the gold loose pigment. From gilding lids to flecking brows, this little pot takes Serpentina to the next level. With exclusive artwork hand-drawn by Kat, this palette will inspire you to channel your inner Egyptian queen to create rich, jeweled eye looks. It is formulated Without: - Parabens- Sulfates- Phthalates "The inspiration for this palette came more from a sentiment versus an actual muse. But if I had to choose a physical representation, I'd say it's inspired by the essence of Egypt Cleopatra to be specific. Although she's portrayed as one of the most beautiful women in history, the truth is, her most powerful qualities were her intelligence and self-creation. She was the original pioneering woman." Kat Von D Serpentina Eyeshadow Palette is completely free of animal-derived ingredients. Shade and shade descriptions: Bloodmilk (matte brick red), Medusa (bronze shimmer), Ankh (matte black with gold glitter), Queen (rust glitter), Hieroglyph (copper shimmer), Nile (ocean blue shimmer), Scarab (emerald shimmer), Venom (matte royal purple), Prophet (fool's gold loose pigment).see more...
Top Questions See all 211 Q&A
In terms of performance this palette goes zero to 100 really quick. For me I think the best performing shadows are Bloodmilk, Queen, Venom, and the loose pigment Prophet. These colors all have high pigmentation and met my blending/application standards.
The shadows that were okay are Medusa and Scarab. These have high pigmentation but a lot of fallout.
The ones that were a miss are Ankh, hieroglyph, and Nile. These ones had major fallout, iffy pigmentation and had texture/consistency issues. I found Hieroglyph to be really stiff and flaky.
Overall, this is an aesthetically pleasing palette with hit or miss shadows. For the price I was expecting more consistency. This is also a companion palette and will need assistance from another set of shadows to create a complete look. No wonder the hype didn’t last long!
PHOTOS & VIDEOS
See All Photos & Videos