The duo eyeliner included in the Sigma Resort Palette is extremely smooth and creamy – albeit a little difficult to remove from the package. The highlighter provides beautiful shine and the pen that it is packaged in makes it simple to use it for travel. I love being able to swipe the highlighter smoothly anywhere I need. As you may know, it can be quite difficult to apply regular powder highlighter to small areas.
Sigma’s latest release for the 2013 year is the limited edition Sigma Resort Palette that everyone has been raving about on Twitter. I wasn’t going to get it myself until everyone started raving about it and pictures started showing up all over Tumblr. I finally gave in a ordered myself a palette – and I’m so glad I did. The colors are bright and refreshing, much needed for Spring.
The eyeshadow colors include (from left to right): Muse, Fawn, Luna, Topaz, Papaya, Moonbeam, Neela, Midori. Also included is the pink Heavenly blush, the highlighter Luminescence and the duo eyeliner in Daydream and Earth Goddess.
As it always is, Sigma’s packaging is refined, clean and luxuriously beautiful.
The eyeshadow swatches from left to right: Muse, Fawn, Luna, Topaz, Papaya, Moonbeam, Neela, Midori.
The Sigma Resort Palette includes some of the most beautiful eyeshadow colors Sigma released in 2013. The eyeshadow colors range from neutral to striking, making Resort the perfect name for this palette. Of the 8 shadows included, I can see at least 4.5 becoming a favorite at Handmade Reviews. To be fair, I loved them all with the exception of Muse. Muse is grayish ash color that contains some fall outs and does not blend as smoothly as the other shadows. My favorite eyeshadow would have to be Neela because it is so vibrant and different. It could be a little difficult to wear this color without looking like Mimi from the Drew Carey Show. Luckily, the Sigma Resort Palette comes with an instructional tutorial guide on how to achieve different looks with the eyeshadows! And the winner of the cutest eyeshadow name award? Papaya!
A closeup of the eyeshadow swatches from left to right: Muse, Fawn, Luna, Topaz
A closeup of the eyeshadow swatches from left to right: Papaya, Moonbeam, Neela, Midori
Swatches from left to right: Heavenly blush, Luminescence highlighter, duo eyeliner in Daydream and Earth Goddess
The duo eyeliner matches perfectly well and draws smoothly.
Lots of love to Sigma!
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