The Sigma Cor de Rosa Eyeshadow Palette was revealed alongside the Sigma Infinity Point Lipsticks, at an influencer lunch around a month ago.
Sigma invited a whole group of beauty influencers to lunch, where they revealed both upcoming launches, and today’s the day where the Sigma Cor de Rosa Eyeshadow Palette has officially launched.
Sigma Cor de Rosa Eyeshadow Palette
Since Sigma held their influencer lunch, there has been countless photos of this palette shared on social media. However, it’s been so hard to know what the palette actually looked like, since so many of the influencers used filters over the photos.
In some photos, the Sigma Cor de Rosa Eyeshadow Palette looked like a palette full of browns, in some it was more berry toned and overall it was just hard to gauge an idea of the true colour story. Now the official photos have been shared, and it looks absolutely beautiful, and I really, really want it.
OK, so what’s the inspiration behind this palette? The Sigma Cor de Rosa Eyeshadow Palette was inspired by the brand’s best-selling Aura Powder Blush. Sigma describes the palette as epitomising the beauty, love and joy of roses.
The name ‘Cor de Rosa’ means ‘colour of the Rose’ with a colour scheme to reflect the colour of roses, and a theme to complement their much loved Aura Blusher.
Inside the Sigma Cor de Rosa Eyeshadow Palette, there are fourteen powder eyeshadows as well as a dual-ended Sigma brush.
One end of the brush is a flat style brush (E54 Medium Sweeper) for laying down colour, and the other end is a fluffy blending brush (E38 Diffused Crease) for diffusing and blending your shadow looks.
Amazingly, even though the brush is just an extra inside the palette, Sigma are offering a free 2 year warranty on the brush.
I’ve never seen a makeup brand do that before, it really is fantastic service. You could perhaps understand the warranty if you’d bought the brush individually, but it is just an extra in the palette which makes it even better.
The Sigma Cor de Rosa Eyeshadow Palette is $49 and is packaged within a peach coloured cardboard style packaging with rose gold roses all over the front with a mirror inside the lid.
The packaging, layout and set up reminds me very much of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow Palettes. Each of the shadows also have an embossed detail too, with either the Sigma brand name or a rose pattern which is nice extra touch.
SYNTHETIC FLUORPHLOGOPITE, MICA, BIS-DIGLYCERYL POLYACYLADIPATE-2, DIMETHICONE, CAPRYLYL METHICONE, ISONONYL ISONONANOATE, ETHYLHEXYL PALMITATE, QUATERNIUM-90 BENTONITE, C30-45 ALKYL CETEARYL DIMETHICONE CROSSPOLYMER; ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, PROPYLENE CARBONATE, TIN OXIDE, TOCOPHEROL, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, PHENOXYETHANOL, [MAY CONTAIN: TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891), IRON OXIDES (CI 77491), IRON OXIDES (CI 77492)] *shades differ shade to shade*
Sigma Cor de Rosa Eyeshadow Palette Shades;
Belle of the Ball – Elegant beige shimmer
Veranda – Malted milk matte
Sunsprite – Bright marigold shimmer
Damask – Soft pomegranate matte
Shakespeare – Dramatic maroon matte
Apricot – Muted honey matte
High Society – Vibrant marmalade metallic
Bare Root – Dark umber matte
Hybrid – Pinky orange matte
Medallion – Russet brown matte
Campfire – Warm sandstone metallic
Dark Night – Wild maroon metallic
Summer Song – Burnt orange matte
Cor-de-Rosa – Earthy rose matte
I am seriously swooning over this palette. The colour story is totally my vibe, and it just feels unique to the hundreds of other neutral palettes being launched.
I already own a couple of the Sigma Eyeshadow Palettes, and the quality is really great, so I have no doubt that this Sigma Cor de Rosa Eyeshadow Palette would be equally impressive.