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April 13, 2016

Kat Von D Chrysalis Palette: Swatch + Review

Kat Von D Chrysalis

Kat Von D eyeshadows are some of my faves. The texture, colours and pigment is amazing, and the same goes for this Kat Von D Chrysalis palette. Review, swatches and a look below.



Kat Von D Chrysalis

A few months ago, I was lucky enough to find this gem at Winners for $14.99! While you can't find it at Sephora anymore, it used to be around $50.

Kat Von D Chrysalis

The housing for the palette is thick cardboard that keeps closed with a strong magnet (hurray for not having to use your nails to open it up!). On the top, is a beautiful pink, purple and blue gradient with black  decorative swirls and a butterfly with foiled wings, which ties into the palette's name, Chrysalis.

Kat Von D Chrysalis

These shadows feel finely milled and are quite pigmented. You have to use a really light hand when picking up shadow with your brush, specially the darker colours. Fallout is very minimal (very shimmery/glittery and dark shades).


Kat Von D Chrysalis

The colours in this palette are great if you're tired of neutrals and want a bit of colour, but are a little intimidated with the bold colours that she sometimes puts out.

Kat Von D Chrysalis
Lifelike, Hybrid Moments, Mezzanine, Transition

Kat Von D Chrysalis
Lifelike, Hybrid Moments, Mezzanine, Transition
Kat Von D Chrysalis
Lunar Lights, Glasswing, Melancholia, Black Milk

Kat Von D Chrysalis
Lunar Lights, Glasswing, Melancholia, Black Milk
Kat Von D Chrysalis
Lucid, Graphic Nature, Entombed, Tornay

Kat Von D Chrysalis
Lucid, Graphic Nature, Entombed, Tornay


Kat Von D Chrysalis

For this look, I used Glasswing, Mezzanine, Melancholia, Entombed and Transition.

Kat Von D Chrysalis

I've probably owned about 8 KVD palettes over the course of the years and I love them all.

Have you tried any KVD eyeshadows?


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