Honeybee Gardens ‘Amethyst Glow’ Refillable Eye Shadow Palette | Natural Ingredients | Gluten Free, Vegan, Paraben Free

Matte, highly pigmented shades that last all day long.
Color include: Daredevil (rich plum), Juliet (dark smoky purple), Galileo (dark plummy mauve), Canterbury (light dusty plum)
The product will come as 4 round shadow pans individually packaged (for greater protection during shipping) along with our empty RECYCLABLE and REFILLABLE palette. Simply remove the pans from their packages and pop each into the magnetic wells in the compact.

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Matte, highly pigmented shades that last all day long.
Color include: Daredevil (rich plum), Juliet (dark smoky purple), Galileo (dark plummy mauve), Canterbury (light dusty plum)
The product will come as 4 round shadow pans individually packaged (for greater protection during shipping) along with our empty RECYCLABLE and REFILLABLE palette. Simply remove the pans from their packages and pop each into the magnetic wells in the compact.
Gluten Free, Vegan, Paraben Free, Cruelty Free. Free of petroleum-based oils, alcohol, talc, fillers, fragrances, preservatives and chemical dyes; enriched with botanicals and vitamins
The Eye Shadow Compact comes with a mirror and dual end brush for easy application. As it is refillable, any one of our Honeybee Gardens Pressed Eye Shadows Singles will fit into this compact.

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5 reviews for Honeybee Gardens ‘Amethyst Glow’ Refillable Eye Shadow Palette | Natural Ingredients | Gluten Free, Vegan, Paraben Free

  1. 4 out of 5

    Honeybee Gardens ‘Amethyst Glow’ Refillable Eye Shadow PaletteI have another Honeybee palette that I just adore – and this one is good but has some issues. The palette doesn’t hold the pans in place at all and they kept falling out. I have to be very careful and only use this on a flat surface.The colors themselves work really well – you get 4 shades in dusty purple tones and the deepest is perfect for eyeliner or to use for a smokey look. The second deepest shade works well in the crease but be sure to prepare your lid first. The lid must be dry to use this shade or it becomes super patchy and hard to blend. I use foundation and then my regular powder on top first and it works well. Go easy with this one since it is highly pigment and can easily lead to disaster. The two light shades work well for the lid and as a highlight at the brow bone. You can even just use those two for a daytime look.

  2. 3 out of 5

    This small size eyeshadow palette comes with an empty palette and 4 single packs of eyeshadow in different shades but mostly with cool undertones. I think it was an interesting concept to create your own eyeshadow palette or be able to refill and change it later but the quality was way low than I expected specially for that price. The texture is so powdery and they are not very pigmented so you need to apply several layers to get enough pigment and still they look so dusty and powdery that when you blend them, not much pigment would be left.

  3. 3 out of 5

    I’m so torn about this eyeshadow palette, ugh! The “Amethyst Glow” color story is right up my alley. I love mauvy purples…they look really good with dark eyes and hair. Unfortunately though, these shadows are all a very dusty formula and have a patchy blend. I was able to “make them work” but it wasn’t easy and I wasn’t thrilled with the final result. I don’t recommend these shadows, they perform like a typical low quality drugstore eyeshadow. Not worth the price at all.Note: There is some assembly required. The shadows come individually packaged and need to be placed into the magnetic palette.

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  4. 3 out of 5

    This claims to be gluten free, parabens free, cruelty free, and vegan. It also claims to be free of petroleum-based oils, alcohol, talc, fillers, fragrances, preservatives and chemical dyes. It claims to be enriched with botanicals and vitamins.When I saw this, I saw a cute little 4 pan palette that had pans that were removable pans. Then it arrived…I was surprised to see it was all in parts – the eyeshadow pans individually and the palette individually in a little kind of ziplock bag. I wouldn’t have been so surprised if I had looked more closely on the product page I would have seen it says, “The product will come as 4 round shadow pans individually packaged (for greater protection during shipping) along with our empty RECYCLABLE and REFILLABLE palette. Simply remove the pans from their packages and pop each into the magnetic wells in the compact.” I don’t mind that it comes like this. But, I find it funny they say, “The product will come as 4 round shadow pans individually packaged (for greater protection during shipping)…” I think the shadows would be a lot more protected if they were in the palette rather than on their own in little cardboard sleeves. It’s not like they had it all in a nice little box that would protect them more. The pans inside cardboard sleeves in a little plastic ziplock bag with the palette isn’t what I would call “greater protection during shipping.” But, maybe that’s just me.The cardboard sleeves each have ingredients listed. They are made in China. There is a cruelty free logo.The palette is plastic, at least it feels like it. There’s a nice design on the top of the palette. It feels durable and well made. It opens up and has a mirror on the lid. It’s the full size of the lid, which is nice. There’s the spots for each of the 4 pans. There’s also a double sided brush included and a space for the brush in the palette. The brush has one side that is a sponge tip and the other side is a flat shader brush.There’s stickers on the backs of each pan that have the shade name. That’s nice. I’ve had single shadows before that didn’t have labels and I had to make my own, so I appreciate when they have labels.One of my shades, “Daredevil,” has a little gouge missing. Other than that they were undamaged. Had they been inside the palette I don’t think there would have been a gouge missing, but who knows. Even full palettes that are packaged well with lots of protection come damaged a lot of the time. So, maybe this is the better way of packaging them. I don’t know.The pans just go right into the spaces in the palette. They’re magnetic. The pan sizes are a little smaller than the spaces they go in, but I don’t mind that because then you’re able to fit something in there to pop it out easily.I like they can be arranged whatever way suits you. You can even put other single shades into the palette if you want. I like that there’s a lighter, medium, medium-to-dark, and dark shade. It’s a good variation to give me a crease color and give some depth.They feel soft to the touch. They pick up easily with finger and brush. There is some kickback when picking them up with a brush, but it isn’t bad and there isn’t any fallout on my face when I use them.Since the pans are a little smaller than the space they go in, the pan does move around when you swirl your finger in it or dip a brush in it hard enough to push it a little. It’s not a huge deal to me, but I wanted to mention it. I show a photo where I don’t have the pans centered, so hopefully you can see the space that’s left that I’m talking about.They aren’t very pigmented at all, but they do build up nicely. I did finger swatches on my clean forearm (no lotion, primer, etc.). Each swatch is 2 layers.These claim to be “highly pigmented shades that last all day long.” I’d say they aren’t very pigmented from the start, but they do build up well. As you can see in the swatches there is pigment, but they aren’t the most pigmented. They definitely need built up. I don’t mind having to build up shades. As long as I can build them up I’m happy. These do build up well. It allows me to blend them out easily and build them up to intensity I want. They blend out easily. They last well on the eyes.Overall, it’s a nice palette. It’s current price is $29.99. That’s pretty pricey for 4 shades. Yes, you get a palette too, but unless you’re buying single shades, palettes are usually part of it. Personally, I think these are pricey for the quality. They are decent quality, but it’s not the best quality. The shades aren’t that pigmented, but can be built up. They do blend easily. But, it’s just not my favorite formula. I can’t really put my finger on it. Maybe it’s the colors. The 2 mauvey colored ones look similar and the 2 brown colored ones look similar. Once you put them on the eyes it isn’t much difference unless you build them up a ton. I just don’t think it’s worth the price for what you get. There’s better options out there that are better quality and more affordable. So, I give this 3 stars. It’s decent and cute, but it isn’t great.

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  5. 5 out of 5

    These colors have lots of pigment; you don’t have to build up 100 layers for them to show up. All of these shades have purplish tones. They last thru my 12 hour shifts without creasing.

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