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Butter Collection x Casey Holmes
Rated 4 out of 5 by Marmoura from Beautiful shades and buttery I've been waiting for this palette since Casey announced the colab. I didn't know I'd love the perfume that much just wished it was bigger it's 15ml. The lipstick/butter is metallic but the shade is really nice also. The bronzer and blush are awesome same great quality as the PF individual ones but less in weight. The highlighter is stunning and the shadows are ... Not my favourites. I wished the shades were different as I already have the two butter shadow collections . The two orange brownish ones are very similar and similar to the blush and bronzer. The light one is powdery and the green/blue is cool. I highly recommend the pallette. It's a bit bulky but not too bad.
Date published: 2019-02-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kitty84 from Summer in a box I was excited to see this in Canada. In a normal price range and NOT have to pay customs/duties on it. I snatched it up quick and am not disappointed. I read several comments saying the highlighter had chunky glitter. Mine did not. The texture is unreal. Like smooth butter. I only took off one star as the packaging is bulky and I wanted to travel with it but dang it’s awkward size. Also not a huge fan of the lip product but it works well all together with the rest of kit. Bonus* the perfume smells identical to sol de Janeiros Brazilian bum bum cream.
Date published: 2019-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by maty from SNATCH THIS UP! This is a great buy, a lot of nice products for a great price. I was able to pick it up on sale and I'm very pleased. I love the perfume and the butter makeup line is fantastic!
Date published: 2019-02-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by DaniHMcV from Even on sale, this was a waste of money for me I LOVE Physician’s Formula. There aren’t many products from them I haven’t liked or even loved, but this palette is the worst I have ever found from PF and possibly by any brand. First off, this is not friendly to a range of skin-tones...it is probably good for medium skin and that’s about it. Second, the shadows have so much kick up and fall-out, it’s really a mess. You definitely should do your eyes first with this palette and apply your complexion products after. Thirdly, why are the two of the four eyeshadows and blush basically the same colour, or at least very similar? With one white eyeshadow and only three others to give you pops of colour, why make two shades so similar? Fourth, the blush. It skips when it’s applied with a blush and it’s as sheeny as a highlighter. Why not a matte blush? Oh, and the blush is very coppery, so also only fitting for certain skin tones. Fifth, the new highlighter everyone was waiting for....jam-packed full of gritty glitter. They could have made a gorgeous sheeny highlighter but nope, glitter explosion. It looks like a strip of chunky glitter when applied. What a missed opportunity. With the smoothness of their murumuru butter formula, PF could have made a highlight that was better than any others out there. Sixth, the lippie. It is also shimmery. It’s more of a sheen, but sheeny, metallic looking lip balms, lipsticks, etc have had their day and I think most people would rather it was a creamy, buttery balm with a hint of colour instead. I can’t fault the bronzer, which is definitely too dark for fair-light skintones, but used as an eyeshadow, it’s the only everyday-wearable, neutral colour in this palette. Be careful with the bright eyeshadows, it will stain clothes and your eyelids. Make sure you put down an eyeshadow primer first so there’s a barrier between your skin and the pigments. They are extremely pigmented (even the whitish-creamy shadow, which I use to set my eyeshadow primer and block out redness and veins). The scent is really the only thing (besides the cream-coloured eyeshadow) I would use out of this entire palette and though it’s nice, it certainly doesn’t justify this purchase for me. I appreciate that others love this palette because it suits their skin-tone or they love the colours, but this very warm palette doesn’t cover a wide range of skin tones the way a more neutral palette would. Casey Holmes’ colouring can pull this off but given she has almost 2M subscribers, I expected her collab with PF to reflect her global influence more.
Date published: 2019-07-09