Recently I wrote a review on the BH Club Tropicana palette, and considering how I ordered three, today I’ve decided to introduce another one to you and this one is the Wild & Alluring. I’m going to tell you right away that this is going to be one of my shorter posts because I’m not too satisfied with this palette and I don’t want to give it too much of my time. On the other hand, I decided to write a review about this palette because I wanted you to save some money in case you wanted to get one for yourself. So, now you basically know which direction is this review going to take.
This palette comes in a beautiful cardboard packaging containing blue-green colors. It contains 9 shimmer eyeshadows, blush and a bronzer. It was ordered from the official BH Cosmetics web page for a price of 9$. The expiration period is 24 months. Inside of this palette you will also find a mirror that is big enough and practical to use.
This palette contains, like I already mentioned, 9 shimmery, baked eyeshadows, one blush and one bronzer. I was never much of a fan of those baked eyeshadows or blushes because I always had trouble applying them. For example, Chanel baked blushes, for me, are a total disaster because no matter which brush I was using, they always ended up bad in the pigmentation level.
But, I liked the colors in this palette and it also wasn’t expensive, so I decided to give it another chance.
So, the eyeshadows in this palette are, unfortunately, bad in the pigmentation level, two or three colors are, maybe, an exception and it’s nice to work with them, but the rest of the colors aren’t that good. The top layer is hard and you won’t be able to get any of the color with the regular brush, but, after couple of uses they get a bit softer so it’s a bit easier to work with them. They maybe look great in the pigmentation level on the swatches, but the problem appears when you try to apply them to your eyelids with the brush. Because, they really aren’t and there won’t be even a trace left from them on your eyelids. Only if you’re going to use your fingers to apply them, then it’s ok and they’re going to look nice. They crumble really a lot and you must be careful with them so it’s best if you do the rest of your makeup first and your eye makeup in the end.
The blush shade is lovely on its own, it’s good in pigmentation level and to me, it’s maybe the favorite part of this palette.
Bronzer is very low in the pigmentation level and it’s hard to blend. The blush and the bronzer texture is a bit different than with the eyeshadows and they’re softer so this right away makes it look much better in the pigmentation level.
The colors in this palette are lovely, but I really don’t like how low their pigmentation level is when you’re trying to work with the brushes and I wouldn’t buy this palette again.
Have you tried any of the products from the BH Cosmetics? Do you have some of your favorites?