Today I’m back with part four, the final part of my ‘Reviewing e.l.f. Bite Size palettes’ series. I will be linking the other parts down below if you haven’t read them. After not finding the four that I didn’t have in store, I ordered them and recently received them.
As a quick reminder, in total there are eight of these palettes, each has four shadows and they’re $3.00.
The first palette we have is Berry Bad. This is a mix of berry toned mattes and shimmers.
These palettes all have a different layout, and this one is matte, shimmer, shimmer, matte. Like most of the other e.l.f. shadows, the shimmers are really pigmented, creamy and the mattes are super smooth and blend like a dream.
The first shadow we have is a lighter matte pinky berry. Next to that is a deeper shimmer and it leans more towards the maroon side, but it has warm, golden undertones. Then there’s a more pink/red berry shimmer. The last shadow we have is a matte maroon and this didn’t swatch very well. It didn’t seem like it had the most pigmentation, but we’ll see what it’s like on the eye.
The next palette we have is Pumpkin Pie, a mix of oranges and brown mattes and shimmers.
The layout for this one is matte, shimmer, matte, shimmer.
The first shadow we have is a deep matte orangey/brown and it made me laugh when I was swatching it because in the shadow you can see the yellow undertones and it made me think of how you can see the yellow in the pumpkin when you’re making pie. Next to that is a deep orange/bronze shimmer that’s super pretty. Then there’s a matte brown, but it’s that tone of brown that looks a little dull if you will, like a carob or wood color. And the last shadow is a light orange/gold shimmer.
The third palette is Cream and Sugar and it’s an interesting palette. It goes from light to dark neutral mattes and shimmers.
The layout for this palette is matte, shimmer, shimmer, matte.
So the first shadow we have is a matte peachy/nude. Then there’s a white/cream shimmer that would make a great topper. Next to that is a medium toned gold shimmer and the last shadow is a deep matte chocolate brown.
The last palette we have is Carnival Candy and this one is really unique in color. It of course is a mix of mattes and shimmers.
The layout for this one is matte, matte, matte, shimmer.
The first shadow we have is a matte peachy/nude. Then there’s a lighter matte brown with some maybe orange or yellow undertones. Next to that is a matte brick red and the last shadow is a blue shimmer that I would say is somewhere between azure and navy, it’s a very pretty shadow.
That about wraps it up for this post, if you guys have a favorite Bite Size palette I’d love to know which it is.
Until next time, have fun creating different looks and you can never have too many eyeshadow palettes :).
Bite Size Part Three Post: https://kyranycoleblog.com/2020/05/06/e-l-f-bite-size-shadow-review-part-three/
Bite Size Part Two Post: https://kyranycoleblog.com/2020/03/04/e-l-f-bite-size-shadow-review-part-two/
Bite Size Part One Post: https://kyranycoleblog.com/2020/02/06/e-l-f-bite-size-shadow-review/
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