Every time I pass by The Ramp in Glorietta I never fail to drop by and look at the Dollface kiosk. I always marvel at the wide variety of palettes they have, from eyeshadows to lipsticks. I always tell myself that I'll buy one someday but then I hesitate and let the opportunity pass. Finally, I decided to buy Dollface's 88 Palette. It took me a month to say "Yes" and convince myself that I should buy it.
Honestly, I really don't know if I can use all colors. However, just merely looking at them makes me want to experiment and play with different hues. It's a great palette for beginners like me. You can mix and match as you like without feeling that you've spent too much on something. I paid Php800(approximately $19) and with this range of colors you can just go on and on.
Let's take a closer look at the Dollface 88 Palette:
|Wrapped in a bubble wrap for protection|
|Another bubble wrap =) Love the black case|
And this is me trying it out, playing with light and dark shades. (Sorry, just a beginner here. hehe)
- Php800 for 88 colors isn't bad
- No fallouts (I think the primer helped)
- Includes a mirror
- Available locally
- Combination of matte and some shimmery colors
- I didn't like the eyeshadow applicator that came with it
- Packaging may be a problem when travelling. I feel that the case is not that sturdy.
Overall I can say that this is one of the "must-buys" for a beginner like me. Eyeshadows nowadays range from 300-400 with very few colors included. You can let your imagination run wild with these set of colors.
You may purchase Dollface cosmetics online by visiting their site.