When it comes to beauty products, I think eye shadows and eye shadow palettes are definitely some of my favorite things. I just love looking at all the pretty colors and I definitely think palettes are my weakness when it comes to purchases. Recently I was introduced to Shop Hush (an app and website that sells Bad Habit Beauty products) and I just had to pick up this set up palettes to add to my collection. Today I introduce you to the Solstice and Supernova eye shadow palettes.
I picked up both the Bad Habit Solstice and Supernova palettes off of ShopHush for $24.00 (for both) about a month ago. I definitely wanted to share these palettes with my readers and followers because for the price point, they are seriously – LEGIT!
Let’s talk about the Bad Habit Solstice Palette first. The Solstice palette retails for $16.00 if purchased separately. It has a mix of mattes, shimmers and glittery shades in warm hues. It’s gorgeous and I love that it includes colors that I can wear on an everyday basis. I was beyond impressed with each shadow and loved how buttery most of the shades were and how packed they were with pigment.
Many say that the Solstice Palette from Bad Habit Beauty is a dupe for the Natasha Denona Sunset Palette which retails for $129. I don’t own the Natasha Denona Sunset palette so I couldn’t tell you if it indeed is a dupe, but I can say that for a $16 palette, it definitely impressed me.
Because the shades are definitely soft and buttery, you do get some kick up and some fall out, but it’s not difficult to work with and each shade builds up perfectly. I am loving this as my everyday palette and I’m enjoying it tremendously.
Next I am sharing with you the Supernova Palette. Retailing for $16 on it’s own, this palette offers a combination of shades that are much cooler toned than the Solstice palette. That’s one of the reasons why I ordered them as a pair, I thought it would be a great way to check out two different tones of shades for different looks.
As with the Solstice palette, the Supernova palette provides a combination of matte, shimmer and glittery shades. I find that while each shade is also buttery (like the Solstice), it is not as creamy as the Solstice palette. To explain, the Solstice palette is so creamy that when dipping your brush into shades like Dawn, Rays and Twilight, your brush literally makes a big indention. However, with Supernova, placing your brushes into this palette doesn’t leave it as messy but still picks up a lot of color and blendability is great.
The Bad Habit Supernova palette is said to be a dupe for the Natasha Denona Lila Palette which retails for $129. As I mentioned with the Solstice palette, I do not have the Lila palette so I personally cannot compare the two to see if they are indeed dupes, however – I can tell you that for $16 – it’s definitely worth checking out.
Just like the Solstice palette, the Supernova palette provides you with a lot of texture and colors to be able to create a variety of looks. I’ve been loving the brown shades in this palette as accent colors to a smoky eye look.
Overall, I am absolutely digging these two palettes from Bad Habit Beauty. I’m impressed with how easy the shades from each palette blend as well as how gorgeous each color is. The price point of each considering the quality and how good they are, well – that absolutely seals the deal for me. I’ve already referred several friends to buy these and because of these, I’ve purchased several more palettes from Bad Habit Beauty and Shop Hush.
Definitely download the ShopHush. app on your phone (android and iPhone) and get rewards for logging in each day as well as free shipping on your orders. I can’t wait to share with you all of the other palettes I’ve purchased from the site, so stay tuned for that.
Have you tried any of the palettes on ShopHush? Or, what about Bad Habit Beauty? Let me know your thoughts, for sure. Would you pick up a dupe to a highend palette at an affordable price?
Disclaimer: The products featured in this post were purchased by me with my own money. All opinions are my own, 100% honest & unbiased. Affiliate links are posted through out.