Here's the packaging! "All of girls are born as a princess. But you have forgotten who you are! Now it's time to let your pink our." - Cute quote!
It turned out that this one actually is from Etude House Japan. I don't mind it and I'm not surprised at all since it was completely sold out everywhere else and really hard to find back when I was looking for it.
I just love this type of design! Black & pink will always be one of my favorite color combos. Kind of reminds me of Dolly Wink designs back in the day which I used to absolutely love.
I really like the big mirror, and another small detail I like is that there's a small hole next to each eyeshadow-spot so I can easily replace and re-arrange the eyeshadows. I had a smaller palette from Etude House in the past and it didn't have those little holes which actually made it a bit more difficult to replace them.
I'm usually not too fond of using the Makeup Brushes that come with items like this, but I actually really liked these and use them a lot. I was surprised by how good they actually are.
I'm really happy that I finally got a hold of this Makeup palette and it was definitely worth looking for. So far, I have only put the 4 eyeshadows from Etude House that I already had (which I obviously added after taking these pictures). I wanted to get 4 more to fill it up right away, but I thought that it will be a lot more fun to go one of the Etude House stores in Seoul and pick out the eyeshadows on the spot. Let me know in the comments if you would like me to make a part 2 of this post to show you which eyeshadows I ended up filling this palette with.
Thanks for reading and bye for now, lovelies~