BH Cosmetics Galaxy Chic Eyeshadow Palette Swatches!

Hi friends! Today I swatched a pretty big palette that has eighteen shades in it! The BH Cosmetics Galaxy Chic Eyeshadow Palette! I bought this during their Holiday sale last year. I’m pretty sure I only paid $7. Since the eyeshadows are baked, they can be used wet or dry for application. I really do love the pigmentation in here. I do belong to some MUA groups on Facebook and this brand is either a love or hate between people. I would say try it and if you like it, good! If not, that’s okay too 🙂

Here is the front of the palette. The design has stars and swirls of color on a purple background.
Here is the back of the palette. It has an ingredient list, the website for the company, how to apply the shadows, a serial code and the leaping bunny. The leaping bunny makes the consumer know that this product is internationally recognized as cruelty-free.
Here’s the inside of the palette! It had a mirror (yesss!) and beautiful colors inside! There are eighteen shades in here that all vary in color. So. Pretty.

For the swatches, I did three at a time so I split each row in half. That way you can all see the colors up close and see how much they shift and shimmer.

Here are the first three shadows in the palette! Sun is a rose gold shimmer that you could wear alone and still make a statement. Jupiter is a pretty dark pink that shimmers and Prometheus is swirled in the pan as a silver and dark purple that comes together when you swatch it. 
Here are the next three. Aphrodite is almost a shimmery blood res which I totally like haha. Milky Way is a silver and lavender swirl in the pan that comes together when swatched. Cosmic is just a light purple shimmer.
The first three in the second row starts out with Saturn. Saturn is a shimmery yellow and orange in the pan but mixed makes a light orange shimmer that could be a nice inner corner shade! Venus is a frosted bright orange that swatched surprisingly well for me. Meteor is a white and bright green in the pan but when swatched, makes a very bright white shimmer with some green tint.
For the next three, it starts with Comet. Comet is a frosted green shade. Earth is green and blue swirled in the pan but together makes the frosted light blue in the swatches. Neptune is a dark blue with a subtle shimmer in it. 
The first set of three in row three are these guys. Mercury is a golden copper shimmer shade that has a pearl and brown swirl in the pan. Mars is a light shimmery brown shade. Asteroid in the pan is navy blue and brown swirled and makes a tinted brown swatch. It is more noticeable in the finger swatch.
The last set of three starts with Electra. Electra is a frosted Robin’s egg blue that really caught my eye. Moon is a dark purple and beige swirl in the pan but makes a dark and shimmery purple shade when swatched. The last shade, Pluto, is a very dark purple, almost an eggplant shade that is frosted and makes for a nice color.

I forgot to note that all these swatches were done dry and not wet. If you want to amplify the shades, try them wet and just build on them! Xo


Author: aubr3y87

I recently was a full-time worker that has went to a stay at home mom lifestyle and I'm attempting to blog about makeup and the perks of being a mother.

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