Barry M palettes tend to be very hit and miss, and their old formula palettes like the Meteor Storm Palette were so dry and dusty, but it appears they’ve changed the formula, as they’re a lot better quality.
“Mesmerise with the Midnight Scene eyeshadow palette. Featuring 18 dreamy celestial hues in buttery matte and pigmented shimmer finishes, for infinite show-stopping looks.“
The Barry M Midnight Scene Baked Eyeshadow Palette is an eighteen-pan palette, with all of the shades being baked shadows. It features a clear plastic lid, and holographic writing on the lid, and the pans all have a raised, texture to them.
It has a mixed colour story, with mainly neutrals, with some pinks, purple and navy. I don’t really get a ‘midnight scene’ from the shades, but I do think it looks really pretty.
I haven’t tried any of the Barry M baked eyeshadow palettes before, so I can’t comment on the formula, but I do think this is a pretty palette, and whilst it’s not a particularly exciting colour story, it might be a palette I try, as I’m intrigued by the baked formula.