|SauceBox Cosmetics Batalash Palette|
The bottom row is what makes this palette so special. These four colours make this palette so versatile, there are so many looks that can be made with them. The first colour is Enigma which is a beautiful warm metallic copper. When I first saw pictures of this palette, I thought I may not like this shade, but it is gorgeous in person. The second colour is Electro which is green-chartreuse colour that has a metallic finish but not as much as Enigma. I was so excited for this shade as I don’t have anything similar in my collection. Popper is the third shade, which is a blue-teal colour with sparkles, I wouldn’t classify it as a metallic like the others. This shade isn’t as pigmented as the other shades in this palette so you will need to use primer and pack it on, but the colour is so pretty so it’s worth the extra effort. The final shade is Nova which is a metallic plum, it has warm undertones so it works really well with Cinnamon. All of the shades in this palette easy to blend and the colours mesh together really well. SauceBox shadows are known to be good quality and this palette is no exception. As a result I now have the SauceBox Etude palette on my wishlist.
|SauceBox Cosmetics Batalash Palette with Morphe Brushes|
Overall, I really love this palette. The four matte shades make a lovely everyday eye look and they also work well with the four colourful shades. The colourful metallic shades are amazing, I love all the colours and can’t wait to experiment with them and see how many different looks I can create. There are lots of tutorials on YouTube for this palette, including many on the Batalash channel so it is a good palette for beginners as there is lots of information out there on how to use it. The price does seem high for 8 eyeshadows but the size of the eyeshadows make the palette worthwhile as there is a huge amount of product in each pan. I would love to try more products from SauceBox in future as the quality of this palette is really good and it’s cruelty free too. Do you like the look of the SauceBox Batalash Palette?