One of my first ever posts on my blog was a review of Jeffree’s first eyeshadow palette, The Beauty Killer Palette (read) and since then I’ve bought and reviewed every palette since. Including the Anrgofiny palette and blood sugar palette.
Here we are at the start of summer with a gorgeous new collection from JSC. The bright orange packaging drew me in straight away as it simply screams summer time to me!
In the Thirsty palette, there are 15 shades which are the same size as the blood sugar palette pan sizes which are smaller than beauty killer and androgyny palette but there are more shades to choose from.
I adore the packaging of this collection, I think this is my favourite design yet! I love the bright orange components with the water droplet detailing!
I adore the collaboration of brights and neutrals within this palette as there is such a wide choice of colours to create endless amounts of summer make up looks.
As I mentioned, I’ve bought every single one of the four palettes Jeffree has created and I really think with each New drop, the formula improves and wows me every time. The matte shadows are always ultra matte with minimal fall out and intense pigment. These shadows have virtually no fall out at all and you only need the tiniest amount on your brush for maximum pigmentation. I really can not fault the formula of these shadows at all!
This row is probably the least scary of the three as it offers a more neutral, easy to wear type of hue. The shades are similar to that of the Blood Sugar palette. The tones are warm, pink and gorgeous! These are my favourite shade of shadows for creating an everyday, wearable make up look.
(Left to right)
Parched – this shade is the same colour as my skin tone which makes it perfect for setting concealer or primer before staring a look!
Taste Buds – a gorgeous babycoral.
Biiitch!- a bright pink sister of taste buds.
Kumquat – a warm toned brown/orange
Stroke – a brick toned brown.
This row offers a new formula of extremely blinding shimmers. There aren’t any star imprints in the pans as Jeffree stated that it would make the shadow too soft. These shadows are compressed glitters and they really are the best formula of shimmer/glitter I’ve ever seen! There’s for sure no need to wet the brush for these ones!
Divine – a silver disco ball type of tone
Filthy Rich – a glitter toned gold
Luck – deep gold/copper
Snatched – rose gold sparkle
Plunge – a brown shimmer shade
This for definitely looks the scariest but it’s for sure the most fun. I’m all for stepping out of your comfort zone and experimenting with different shades and looks every now and then. Remember it’s just make up and if you don’t like it – it washes off – so there’s no harm in playing.
Subtle – a cool toned brown perfect for the crease as a transition
Quench – vibrant yellow matte
Submerge – a bright blue, so pigmented you wouldn’t believe !!!!
Slash – a more turquoise blue version of submerge
Drizzle – because every palette needs a matte chocolate brown
To the test
I desperately wanted to try out the blue shades as soon as I opened the palette so I created a cut crease look using the matte orangey coloured shades in my crease and then the vibrant blue submerge and splash on the lid!
Lipsticks and lip scrubs
JSC also created eight new velour liquid lipsticks and three new lip scrubs! I picked up one of the lipsticks in the shade soft serve! This shade is a gorgeous pink toned nude, perfect for everyday use! (The other colours were a bit wild for me!)
The colour is pictured on the above photo.
I’ve never been a huge fan of lip scrubs, I use one by Lush in winter when my lips are dry but that’s about it. Jeffree Star Cosmetics have been creating lip scrubs for a while and the beauty blogging industry always rave about how great they are so I thought I’d give one a go…. and let me tell you – they do not disappoint! They taste so good and do a great job of exfoliating!
I really hope you enjoyed this post! I for sure approve of this collection if any of you want to buy it – I think this is my new favourite palette EVER!
Thanks for reading as always, let me know what you think in the comment section!