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March 25, 2015

Kat Von D Innerstellar Eyeshadow Palette Review & Swatches

My first makeup purchase of 2015! I took a much needed break from buying or receiving makeup over the last few months. Not so good for beauty blogging, but now I feel like I can be much more selective in my product choices. Only choosing a few each month that I feel would be an asset to my makeup collection or blog. Excess just creates clutter in the mind and space. The Kat Von D Innerstellar Palette is what I wanted for Xmas, didn't get, then couldn't buy! Talk about beauty is torture.

I had been eyeing Innerstellar since the release. The cosmic theme, spacey packaging, cool neutral metallics, just every thing about it said YOU NEED THIS. Even the purple wasn't a deal breaker. Wasn't it about time we got a cool toned palette from KvD? I've passed on most of the recent KvD releases because they tend to run very warm.
Experience the bolder side of neutral with this lunar-inspired palette of cool, cosmic colors. These 12 new provocative shades are brilliantly arranged into three quads, each featuring a large, versatile base or highlighter shade with a corresponding trio of accent hues—from irresistible silvers to moon-dust nudes and smoldering earth tones in pearl and matte finishes. These ultra smooth eye shadows are milled with a triple-jet process to yield rich pigment in just one swipe while delivering ultimate blendablity and crease-free wear.
KvD eye shadow palettes are consistently awesome in quality. The eye shadows have high pigmentation, silky smooth blendability, and wear all day with out fading.

Eye shadows in Gravitron (soft iridescent pink), Vast (pearlized taupe), Lycan (matte cream) 

Night Crawler (matte dusty beige), Dios (silvery gray iridescence), Lunacy (rich pearlized purple), Astrological (pale lilac sheen), Darkstar (purplish pewter), Orion (matte chocolate brown), 3am (metallic champagne), Moonshine (metallic silver), Killing Moon (matte black).

Innerstellar is one stellar palette for many reasons. One, Lycan is that perfect matte cream highlight shade that is often left out of palettes. You can put together multiple neutral eye combinations. I am especially fond of 3am on the the lid, Night Crawler in crease, Orion to intensify, and Lycan to highlight. Then it moonlights as a smokey eye palette, with Moonshine being a gorgeous metallic lid color and Killing Moon a no fallout smokin matte black. Purple is usually not for me, but the lilac shades are beautiful lid colors against green eyes. There isn't one shade in this palette that I wouldn't use, so much versatility. I bought two other palettes that day and Innerstellar has been getting all the love to the moon and back.

Totally satisfied with this palette purchase, Innerstellar is a kicked up neutrals to night palette that I know I will get a lot of use out of. If you want some edgy neutrals with cool toned flare GET IT.

Kat Von D Shade & Light Eye is also looking very tempting! Get KvD Shade & Light Eye Palette HERE