There’s a lot going on in my eyeshadow world these days. As an eyeshadow lover, I’m pleased, to say the least. The latest palette to enter my world is the Pur Beauty Festival Palette which was in the April 2019 Boxycharm.
I have to admit I haven’t thought about Pur Beauty in a quick minute. The brand itself has had several incarnations over the last several years and have changed their packaging and product offerings big time. When I was more in tune with Pur, I was a fan of their eyeshadow offerings, like the My Little Pony and Trolls Movie themed palettes.
The Pur Beauty Festival Palette retails for $36 and, besides the latest Boxycharm,can be found at Ulta. There are two chunky glitters and the texture of the other shadows is akin to those in the Urban Decay x Game Of Thrones palette. They have that oily/silicone/gummy texture. They’re pigmented, but also can be a bit challenging. I’ve been struggling to describe the texture until I watched a YouTube tutorial with celebrity makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic. He explained that while oily shadows are very pigmented, they can look muddy when applied. That was exactly the verbiage I was looking for.
With that being said, here’s two festive looks featuring the Pur Beauty Festival Palette. I appreciate the mix of shimmery neutrals with pops of brightness. The glitters aren’t the greatest – they are mixed with a base that allows them to stick on your lids, but I found they are a bit of a pain to work with and look decent.
Crease/Lower Lid: Modern Desert, Outer Corner: Gypsy, Inner Corner: Psychedelic: Browbone: Free Spirit, Lower Lid: 24K Magic, Liner: Urban Decay x Game Of Thrones The Night King with Gypsy on top.
Crease: Hidden Desert, Outer and Inner Corner: All Night, Middle of Lid: Sunset with Fireworks patted on top, Browbone: Epic, Inner Corner: Free Spirit, Upper Liner: All Night, Lower Liner: Urban Decay x Game Of Thrones Lannister Gold
The Pur Beauty Festival Palette featured in this post was purchased by me. All opinions are 100% my own.