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I recently featured quite a bit of eyeshadow palettes and this reminds me that I still have several palettes to go through or at least tried for a review.
It features transformative matte and shimmer shades in Kat Von D’s signature, high-pigment eyeshadow formula.
Top 3 from left to right: gravitron – vast – lycan
Second row from left to right: night crawler – dios – lunacy – astrological – darkstar – orion – 3am – moonshine – killing moon
This Innerstellar is notably a cool toned palette. I really love the shades but the formula doesn’t seems to wow me as much. You see, I’ve warm under toned and cooler shadows sometimes just didn’t cut it. If you’re cool-toned person, you’re going to enjoy this more than I do.
The texture of the eyeshadows, on the whole, was soft, finely-milled, and smooth. There were a couple that were a little powdery, but some were really easy to work with.
Here are the color swatches of Innerstellar:
Top to bottom:
Gravitron is a cool-toned, iridescent pink-white with lilac shimmer.
Vast is a muted, medium taupe brown with a subtle, gray tint and a soft, frosted finish.
Lycan is a bright, yellow-toned, creamy white with a matte finish.
There are only two shadows (lycan & kiling moon) in this palette with matte finish, while the rest are either metallic or shimmery finishing. They blend easily on lids which is awesome. I don’t find any problem with applying and blending.
Color Swatches from top to bottom:
Killing Moon is a deep black with a matte finish and neutral undertones. The texture is a little dry but it doesn’t seems powdery.
Moonshine is a brightened silver with a metallic sheen. I find the texture for this shade to be smooth and fairly pigmented. It does kick up some powder, I just to put it out there for you guys.
3AM is a brightened, light-medium warm taupe brown with a frosted, metallic finish. The texture is soft and has great color payoff.
Orion is a medium-dark brown with subtle, warm undertones and a satin finish. It feels silky and finely-milled. I would hope that it’s a little darker to fit this palette selection better. I find the shade to be a little weak compared to the other rest of the shadows.
Darkstar is a deep, gray taupe with a metallic sheen. Best pigmentation and creamy. I can say that this is my favorite color after Moonshine.
Astrological is a bright lavender with a subtle golden sheen. The texture is soft and pretty. Very decent pigmentation.
Lunacy is a medium-dark, cool-toned purple with a frosted sheen. I find the texture ran a little drier but it has good color payoff.
Dios is a muted, silver-shimmered dark gray with bluish tones and a soft, satiny finish. It a little powdery and drier but I’m not overly concerned with it since it blends well on the outer v.
Night Crawler is a cool-toned, taupe with strong gray tones and a satin finish. Very nice pigmentation and it went on smooth and easily. An everyday shade I would reach for.
Here is a quick eye makeup look from the shadows I used:.
Browbone – Lycan
Lids – Orion
Crease – Astrological
Outer corner – Lunacy
Inner corner – Gravitron
Under eye – Lunacy
Center eye – Moonshine (to make eyes look more popped)
What do you think of this palette? Which KVD is your favorite? I love to hear your comments.
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