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I liked this palette – the colors went great together, and I think they’ll be nice to use on their own as well. The blush is really pigmented, so you definitely need a light hand with that. The eyeshadows seemed a bit powdery, so an eyelid primer was definitely needed. For pale-skinned people like me (holla!), the “glimmer” shade which SGC states you can use for a highlighter – no, you can’t. It will be too dark; perhaps on darker or tanner people that would be possible. Since I used a primer, the shadows stayed put all day long.
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Have you ever tried Studio Gear Cosmetics – brushes or makeup? I’d love to hear your thoughts on this palette or your experience with SGC, in the comments!
*Product was provided to me by Studio Gear Cosmetics via BrandBacker for my honest review.*